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idiotic assumptions (Hair Transplant)

posted by Freddie555, 04.05.2011, 06:07

Because we want to see the full result.

I guess the rhetorical question is why the need to HIDE it in the first place?

In real life people see you in 3 dimensions and not 2 dimensions from viewing angles that you specifically select. The objective of a transplant is not just to put hairs into the scalp but to ensure the person actually looks better as a whole and not like a wierdo with a nw1 hairline and an ass bald top & crown. That's where the surgeons aesthetic skill and common sense comes in.

Its surely not unreasonable to ask for an honest view of the person's head before making a decision on whether to shell out thousands upon thousands of dollars for a transplant. For all we know, once we see the top & crown we might conclude he was better off bald.

There is no defence for deceptive marketing. Show us the full head. Nobody is expecting the guy to have hair like Alex Baldwin or Michael J. Fox. Just that he should look normal and better than before in 3D. Otherwise what's the point of having a transplant.

As a simple standard for picture posting, I propose ALL transplants be shown with a :

a) front view
b) left & right view
c) back view
d) crown view
e) top view

Freddie555 is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

"When true Hair Multiplication comes, it will arise out of the East." - John The Revelator, Feb. 18, 2001

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