» The lack of response speaks for itself.
For lots of our patients we do have post op photos.
For others the surgery finishes too late in the day and alot of the staff including people who work the cameras have gone home.
For some who have been in the chair all day long getting operated on the last thing the patient wants to do after surgery is sit in another chair and have photos taken. Considering how much a patient pays for a procedure I am certainly not going to demand they do so.
Others take photos when they get home that show graft placement. Some are real good about it and some are not and never follow through.
I think you forget that these are real people, and it is troublesome enough for them to have their results photographed. So if they cannot update you every step of the way through the process or if the lightining is not perfect in every photo taken I am sorry.
Frankly, speaking of the two results you have been critical of, I think most can see the dramatic transformation that both patient’s underwent.