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Very simple, its a calculated strategy to deceive (Hair Transplant)

posted by hairlove, U.S.A, 15.08.2010, 19:59
(edited by hairlove on 15.08.2010, 20:14)

» » » I agree , I have yet to hear an explanation as to why the before pics
» » are
» » » taken wet. This is a requirement before surgery? I dont think so
» » »
» » » To me its very simple
» » »
» » » wet before pics make the patient appear MUCH BALDER than dry before
» » pics
» » »
» » » Thus the results of the transplant, if they show DRY AFTER
» » PICS.......look
» » » MUCH more dramatic, like the transplant has actually achieved much
» more
» » » coverage than it actually did
» » »
» » » Lets face it, the balder you look in the before shot, the better it
» is
» » for
» » » the clinic. If it was possible to airbrush before hair OUT of the
» pic,
» » » without it being discovered , I think this would also be done
» » »
» » » For the clinics to make up excuses for their wet before pics , blame
» » the
» » » patient being late, etc etc to me is not only BS but its laughable
» » »
» » » To me there is a calcuated strategy by some clinics to take wet
» before
» » » pics. It happens so often that it cannot be a coincidence
» »
» »
» » guys whatever you think about jrivera3--he having a personel agenda etc
» » etc but imo he and hangin have got very valid points,just cant deny
» » them....and as for patients coming in last min and not
» having
» » enough time for photodocumentation---sorry even i dont buy it at
» » all....if you dont have good comparable pics,why even bother
» posting
» » them!!
» » i dont like these types pics of results because this is exactly what my
» » first doc showed me to trap me into believing her HT skills....im not
» » fingerpointing but you could be better and put a little more effort!
» Well hairlove, if you had a result like the one documented in this thread,
» you wouldn't have need a repair in the first place. The pictures here are
» definitely not ideal, but it definitely shows there is a significant
» difference. You can check out a lot of pictures in Dr.A's website (if you
» want I can give you the exact links), a lot of photos are send by the
» patients, taken by their cellphone cameras. The pictures are low
» resolution, and some of them have bad lighting. Does it mean they trying to
» fool people too? Absolutely not. It easy to throw accusation, but do so
» after considering the whole scheme of things. If you don't like the
» pictures so be it, but many like me can appreciate the improvement in this
» result. Just because they are not ideal , it doesn't mean they are trying
» to be deceptive, they are just trying to present a good result.

first off,i said it was pics like these with wet before and dry after which that doc showed me that tricked me into going to her for my hair transplant...and i was no where comparing my results with the one posted here but i was trying to tell you guys where my opposition to pics like these stem from...so there is no need at all for comparing my results from botched ht with this one.
second,as already stressed in my previous post im not big fan of wet before pics especially when taken by the clinic...i dont ever remember blaming the patient for not so perfect photo-documentation...i totally understand he is not professional but the clinic is.(i have never confronted burberry though i think there is not one good clear pic of his top and crown in a clear lighting from countless pics of his result that have been posted by him,but i really wish he could get his pics from a pro clicked to subdue all the controversy that is associated with his posts...nobody expects a thick head of hair with his level of hair loss and number of transplanted grafts he got...but then i dont blame him for pics because he is the patient)
i hope im able to make a valid point....peace!



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