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The Wet Look (Hair Transplant)

posted by jrivera3, 14.08.2010, 19:49

» JRivera3, I am not going to get in to a debate with you over this, you just
» made your user account here on the forums yesterday and clearly have an
» agenda.
»
» I have answered hangining's questions in detail.

Sorry, you're not going to answer my questions... because I just joined? Makes no logical sense to me, but ok. I can't make you answer my questions if that's your policy.

You are right, I do have an "agenda", as you put it. 100%. No denial.

My agenda is, I'm a consumer. I want facts. Clinics ask us to put down a rather large chunk of change for a hair surgery. Before I do this, I want to make an informed choice. I can't do that without facts.

A common way to obscure facts, in general, for any business, is to make misleading ads about their product. For hair transplant clinics, the most common way to make misleading ads about their product is to show misleading pictures of their product. Hair transplant clinics do this by showing before/after transplant photos with different lighting, or the before picture is wet and the after picture is dry. Sometimes hair transplant clinics can't control this, because the pictures are taken by patients. But that's not the case here. We're talking about wet before pictures taken in your office.

This subject of wet before/dry after pics being misleading has been mentioned so many times on other forums I've been on.... it's not even a debate whether this is misleading. So I hope you are agree that wet before pics/dry after pics are misleading. I at least hope we can agree on that?

I have a strong pet peeve against a hair transplant clinic posting wet before and dry after surgical pics.

I just registered, went to the hair transplant forum here, and there was one thread, and only one thread, smack dab on the front page, about a clinic using wet before/dry after surgery pics. So that's the first thing that grabbed my attention.

If you can point out other threads where clinics are doing this, I'll question them too. I don't care which clinic does this, I will question them all.

So, there you go. That's my agenda.

What's yours?

You sell hair transplants.

I am not asking for people's money, you are.

You question the sincerity of my "agenda", well, expect the same.




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