What is a Bad Hair Transplant Vs. a Good Hair Transplant?
Surgical hair restoration is more popular today than ever, and there are good reasons for this. The fact is that there are simply more advanced options now available to effectively address a problem that has plagued both men and women for centuries: the loss of hair and the decrease in self-esteem that often goes along with it. With the advent of new techniques and significant breakthroughs in the field of hair restoration over the years, individuals can replace lost hair with results that look natural; however, “bad” hair transplant results do happen, and it’s important to know what to look for in order to reduce the chances that results will not live up to your expectations.
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One of the best things you can do to maximize the potential for achieving a good hair transplant vs. a bad one is this: be sure to choose an experienced hair transplant surgeon who is skilled in many of the latest techniques. Surgeons like Dr. Bernardino Arocha have spent virtually their entire careers devoted to hair restoration and are extensively trained and experienced in advanced procedures such as follicular unit extraction and follicular unit transplantation. They are meticulous in their attention to detail and their technique in terms of where and how to place the hair grafts, and they have knowledgeable and skilled technicians on their team to assist them during the procedure.
As we’ve said many times before, all transplants are NOT created equal. There are many surgeons out there who may claim to have the skills and artistic sensibilities necessary to provide excellent results; however, the actual outcomes may come up dramatically short. Dr. Arocha is a Diplomate of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery and has performed over 4,500 surgical hair replacement procedures on both men and women of a variety of ethnicities and backgrounds. He utilizes state-of-the-art treatment modalities that can provide patients with natural-looking results and outcomes that meet – and perhaps even exceed - their expectations.