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Looks great, but at $14/gr, that's $70,000 (Hair Transplant)

posted by RickH, 22.09.2008, 04:17

» This is why you MUST have an in-person consultation.

I must be doing something wrong then, because I have had in person consultations and have never been told of ways I can cut the cost of my HTs by a significant percentage. In fact, the only way I found out about the very minor discount of being on "standby" was because I sent an email after an in-person consult and asked if such a program existed. The information wasn't volunteered at the in-person consultation.

Besides, even if one typically determines at conosultations that HTs are much cheaper than "advertised", I still say that there are untold numbers of potential patients who never set up the consultations because (based on the published costs) they "know" they can't afford to correct their problem. It makes much more sense to me for doctors to tell people what they will actually have to pay. If the cost per graft decreases as the number of grafts increases, that's information that people need to know to make an informed decision. If I can get 5000 grafts for $30,000, I might get 5000 grafts (assuming I have that hair much to move). But, if I am told a per graft dollar value that suggests the cost will be $70,000, I will never call the doctor.

RickH is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

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