How You Should Evaluate the Hair Transplant Physician Facility and decide Who's Going to Perform Your Hair Transplant
Find out how long the physician has been doing hair transplants and, more importantly, how many procedures are being performed in the facility each month. This is a way you can get an idea of the experience not only of the physician but also the hair transplant technicians who work their as well. Just like playing a musical instrument, or any other artistic endeavor, hair transplantation requires active “practice” to master the production of smooth uneventful procedures.
Ask about/see the surgeon's credentials. Look for information from reputable organizations like:
Hair Transplant fees should never be quoted on the phone ...every person's needs and expectations are different. If anyone is willing to quote you a price on the phone BE CAUTIOUS! Take your time, have all your questions answered, and make sure you feel comfortable with the proposed treatment plan, results you'll achieve, and the people who will be working with you.
Understand your specific procedural strengths and limitations - length of time it will take, density that can be achieved, relative size of your donor and recipient areas, all are factors in the answer to the question “ are you a good candidate?”.
Make sure you see numerous "before and after photos" of all types of hair and styles. Ask about evaluations from previous patients on post-operative reactions...they should be documented and complications should be rare and easily healed.
The Hairline - The Hairline - The Hairline - Single hairs are the epitome in hair transplant artistry for the ultimate, most natural looking hair transplant that is, and will remain, totally undetectable.
Fees should include all follow-up visits for each hair transplant procedure. The number of hair transplant procedures you need will be determined by what you wish to achieve.
Do the priorities of the office staff reflect those of the you the patient or the physician? If the office staff is patient-motivated, the physician is most likely patient-motivated. In other words, service and support provided by the staff should be primarily designed to meet your needs
Ask for patient references, people that you may call to hear first hand about patient care and satisfaction with the final results. The ultimate compliment for any physician is to have their
patients care enough to share their good experiences and satisfied results.
Price...what you pay is determined by the size and complexity of your agreed upon treatment plan. Your hair transplant is an important once in a lifetime investment. In hair transplantation, as with any surgery, the experience of the surgical team helps to minimize the patient's risk. When you work with this formula, the lowest price is not what you're searching for...It is the ultimate result. .
When you evaluate ALL the answers to the questions above,
PHRC is the best value anywhere!