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Comparison Between HM "Results" and Dr. Armani


#1

First of all, what “results” have we seen from HM? Can anyone show me one set of before-and-after pictures, anywhere, where a normal looking person’s head is shown, with his hairline showing in front, where HM has restored a significant amount of hair?

I’m not talking about the usual close-ups of the scalp, with shaved hair, and barely-noticeable changes in hair counts. In my estimation that proves NOTHING.

On the other hand, check out pics from some of the HT docs. There’s even a doctor in Virginia, Dr. Brandy, who has some great pictures on his site:

http://www.brandymd.com/hairloss/Virginia-Hair-Restoration.htm


#2

» First of all, what “results” have we seen from HM? Can anyone show me one
» set of before-and-after pictures, anywhere, where a normal looking person’s
» head is shown, with his hairline showing in front, where HM has restored a
» significant amount of hair?
»
» I’m not talking about the usual close-ups of the scalp, with shaved hair,
» and barely-noticeable changes in hair counts. In my estimation that
» proves NOTHING.
»
» On the other hand, check out pics from some of the HT docs. There’s even
» a doctor in Virginia, Dr. Brandy, who has some great pictures on his site:
»
» http://www.drwho.com/hairloss/Virginia-Hair-Restoration.htm

I hope that, for your sake, you’re just a dumb hillbilly because it so happens the FTC ruled Stealth Marketing is unethical.


#3

» First of all, what “results” have we seen from HM? Can anyone show me one
» set of before-and-after pictures, anywhere, where a normal looking person’s
» head is shown, with his hairline showing in front, where HM has restored a
» significant amount of hair?
»
» I’m not talking about the usual close-ups of the scalp, with shaved hair,
» and barely-noticeable changes in hair counts. In my estimation that
» proves NOTHING.
»
» On the other hand, check out pics from some of the HT docs. There’s even
» a doctor in Virginia, Dr. Brandy, who has some great pictures on his site:
»
» http://www.brandymd.com/hairloss/Virginia-Hair-Restoration.htm

Just because there are no before-and-after pictures of HM does not mean that HM is not close to reality. There weren’t any pictures of men walking on the Moon before the 1st Apollo landing. Does that mean that the day before Apollo 11 landed the entire Moon program was BS? No it does not!

Good HT picture do not mean much to prove that HT is a good solution for everyone. The math simply does not add up. You only have so many hairs on your head. The superb HT pictures that are not fake are most likely of the top tiny percentage of patients for which good results are possible.


#4

» » First of all, what “results” have we seen from HM? Can anyone show me
» one
» » set of before-and-after pictures, anywhere, where a normal looking
» person’s
» » head is shown, with his hairline showing in front, where HM has restored
» a
» » significant amount of hair?
» »
» » I’m not talking about the usual close-ups of the scalp, with shaved
» hair,
» » and barely-noticeable changes in hair counts. In my estimation that
» » proves NOTHING.
» »
» » On the other hand, check out pics from some of the HT docs. There’s
» even
» » a doctor in Virginia, Dr. Brandy, who has some great pictures on his
» site:
» »
» » http://www.brandymd.com/hairloss/Virginia-Hair-Restoration.htm
»
» Just because there are no before-and-after pictures of HM does not mean
» that HM is not close to reality. There weren’t any pictures of men walking
» on the Moon before the 1st Apollo landing. Does that mean that the day
» before Apollo 11 landed the entire Moon program was BS? No it does not!
»
» Good HT picture do not mean much to prove that HT is a good solution for
» everyone. The math simply does not add up. You only have so many hairs on
» your head. The superb HT pictures that are not fake are most likely of the
» top tiny percentage of patients for which good results are possible.

  1. Rev is right about marketers posing as consumers.
  2. “Good HM photos” include Histogen and Histogen only. And thats not HM.

#5

» 1) Rev is right about marketers posing as consumers.
» 2) “Good HM photos” include Histogen and Histogen only. And thats not HM.

  1. Yes, most likely a HT marketer.
  2. Um, I wrote good HT photos, not HM.

#6

roger_that: “Dr. Rassman can do HM. Dr Rassman sais he did HM on the man that walked on the moon. Dr Rassman said he will only do HM for his friends at his home. Dr Rassman sais I’m his friend. Dr Rassman said if Michael Jackson came to him he would be alive. Wait a minute. I AM Dr Rassman”.


#7

I was a Dr. Brandy patient. I do not have any before pictures, but you are welcome to view my after results on my blog. The link is below.


#8

» I was a Dr. Brandy patient. I do not have any before pictures, but you are
» welcome to view my after results on my blog. The link is below.

Thanks for the pics.

It seems you opted to have a scalp reduction, but didn’t have Dr. Brandy restore your hairline?

So you were going for a “balding, but just less balding” look?

The other photos on Dr. Brandy’s site look better – it looks like most people opted for a restored hairline.

Maybe having the scalp reduction was your main mistake?

Also – the hair on the sides of your scalp looks very thin. I’ve only seen this on a few other people. Do you think this was some kind of shock effect from the scalp surgery, or do you think this is a normal progression in your pattern of balding?


#9

Yes, all repair patients get exactly what they ask for and expect. The doctors involved are always honest and ethical. They tell their patients exactly what to expect, both good and bad. I guess they just love the look.


#10

» The other photos on Dr. Brandy’s site look better.
Let’s put on our thinking caps for a minute. Dr. Brandy’s been in business for 28 years. At a pitiful average of only one patient per week that means he performed, at least, 1456 hair restorations, yet his gallery profiles 16 patients. That constitutes a 1% sample of his clientele. I don’t know about you, but I’m aching to spend my money on something with that kind of success rate.

» Maybe having the scalp reduction was your main mistake?
Yeah that or maybe the doctor was more interested in making a quick-buck over advising his patient of those surgery’s repercussions, but whatever dude, enjoy being a life-sucking shill, and keep up the good work upselling Doctors you have no business discussing.

» Also – the hair on the sides of your scalp looks very thin. I’ve only
» seen this on a few other people. Do you think this was some kind of shock
» effect from the scalp surgery, or do you think this is a normal progression
» in your pattern of balding?
Yeah, he got shock loss from reading your posts.


#11

» First of all, what “results” have we seen from HM? Can anyone show me one
» set of before-and-after pictures, anywhere, where a normal looking person’s
» head is shown, with his hairline showing in front, where HM has restored a
» significant amount of hair?
»
» I’m not talking about the usual close-ups of the scalp, with shaved hair,
» and barely-noticeable changes in hair counts. In my estimation that
» proves NOTHING.
»
» On the other hand, check out pics from some of the HT docs. There’s even
» a doctor in Virginia, Dr. Brandy, who has some great pictures on his site:
»
» http://www.brandymd.com/hairloss/Virginia-Hair-Restoration.htm