» »This mentality is what causes patients to become a repair patient in the
» » first place. The “hair at any cost” mindset is ludicrous, dangerous and
» » expensive. If it makes a patient FEEL better to put facial hair on his
» » head then so be it, but I seriously doubt it will make him LOOK any
» » better.
» » The risk/reward factor leans too far to the RISK side in my opinion.
» No,doctors who put their bank balances before their patient’s well being
» is the reason why we become repair patients.
» For a butchered patient FHT/ BHT is a better alternative to hiding under a
» hat or suicide.Unfortunately suicide is the easier route.Doctors practicing
» assisted suicides are more eager & willing to help you end your life for
» free then a doctor who is practicing htp is willing to save your life for
» free. Shameful!
Call me cynical, but I don’t see any hair transplant Dr’s saving lives. And the one Dr. that I’ve heard of practicing assisted suicides was incarcerated. Even though his “pateints” were dying slow painful deaths anyway.
If you think putting facial hair on your head will make you feel better, then by all means, go for it. But please don’t try to convince me, or anyone else, that hair transplant Drs, especially those performing experimental procedures, are doing it for altruistic reasons. They perform these procedures because it allows them to perform surgery on a whole new demographic. The desperation of the severely scarred, and hair depleted patient only makes them more susceptible to rationalization of a questionable procedure. These men are permanently disfigured for life, a difficult reality for sure. My heart and best wishes go out to them. But I can’t bring myself to recommend, or even suggest at this point, that facial hair is a reasonable alternative to acceptance.
I do agree that facial hair transplants are a better alternative to suicide. You definatley have a point there. But anyone contemplating suicide needs a psychiatrist, not a hair transplant surgeon.