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The Wet Look (Hair Transplant)

posted by jrivera3, 13.08.2010, 22:54

This doesn't make much sense to me.

A professionally run clinic with a standard protocol would take all before pictures the same way.

What is the reason for taking some before pictures wet, and some dry? Someone forgets 10% of the time what their job is?

» Hanging I have explained this to you before publicly. The magority of the
» before photos we post are dry, before and after.
» Occasionally if the patient has longer hair, Dr. Armani will wet
» the hair before he inspects the patient in their pre op meeting. This is
» when Dr. Armani is determing the balding pattern and mapping the scalp for
» minaturization.
» Most times the before photos are taken before the pre op meeting takes
» place, before the patient's hair may be dampened during inspection, but
» sometimes photos are taken after the pre op meeting, this is why you
» occasionlay see dampened hair in a before photo.
» As mentioned before, we cannot demand our patient's wear their hair a
» certain length before they have a procedure and we cannot insist on them
» keeping their hair a particular length after their procedure. To demand
» this is ludicrous. Patient's have the right and have paid enough money for
» a procedure to wear their hair as they wish. Please respect this.
» Most photos, more then 90% of what we post are with dry before and after
» photos. I think the results speak for themselves:

jrivera3 is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

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