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Testimonial of our Hollywood patient


#1

A %age of our patients do not post their pictures and results due to various reasons. Most of the time due to privacy concerns. We respect their wishes.

However, one of our patients from Hollywood, has forwarded this testimonial to us with the hope that we share it with readers.
He does not wish to ‘blog’ or otherwise have his name listed or published in the interest of privacy. He has, therefore, offered the following anonymous endorsement to share with readers. He has chosen the nickname MT for himself.

                *******

To Whom it May Concern,

I had the good fortune of having Dr. A perform my hair transplant surgery nearly three years ago now. It took a certain amount of trust to book the procedure from overseas, not knowing the doctor or his work, but on the strength of his website and his correspondence, I made a decision that I have never regretted and have come to appreciate more and more as time has passed.

Before I decided to undergo the procedure, I did what many, if not most men do. I fretted and worried about it, thinking I might be acting ridiculously vain or overly self-indulgent. As my career requires me to look as good as possible, I overruled these inner voices with logic, and have never looked back.

I went to several of the top hair restoration companies in the USA , who all promised great results at prices that were upwards of ten times that of Dr. A’s prices. It was interesting to gather the information but I could not justify the tremendous cost.

When I arrived at Dr. A’s office, he immediately set my mind at ease, making me very comfortable with his demeanor and willingness to answer all of my questions and address all of my concerns with honesty and respect.

I found the addition of approximately 2500 grafts (around the front hairline and a bit on the temple) pain-free and quick; I only spent a few hours in the office, and only a couple in surgery. In less than one day, I had been taken care of.

I confess it was not always an easy process, waiting for the hair to grow back. While I was one of the approximately 10% of patients whose transplanted hair keeps growing rather than falls out before re-growing, it did not quite blend with my pre-existing hair. This was in part due to the fact that I have very fine, thin hair; if my hair was thicker the somewhat ‘wiry’ nature of the transplants would have been less obvious.

I eventually decided to cut all of my hair off and let all of the hair-both new and old-grow in together. This turned out to be a good decision, though it was difficult to keep patient while the hair grew back!

During all of this process, Dr. A always made himself available to me, working to calm my agitations and concerns as the process slowly unfolded.

Once it did, I loved it. No one has ever been able to tell that I had the procedure done, not even close friends! And when I told my new hairdressers, they were very surprised, saying they never would have guessed-and they see people’s scalps all day long!

In fact, many hairstylists have told me that Dr. A’s work was the best they had ever seen-and bear in mind I live in Hollywood, where plenty of men have had the procedure, most of them with the big name US doctors and their companies-and still, Dr. A’s work is superior in the opinion of those who work with hair for a living. They asked me for Dr. A’s contact information so that they could refer their clients who were considering a transplant to him, which I take as the ultimate endorsement (and so should you!).

My hair looks great, I love having bangs again, and I am so very glad I had the operation. I would highly recommend Dr. A to anyone who was considering having hair restoration work. He is a top-notch, committed surgeon who is genuinely concerned with the care and well-being of his patients, as well as having a deep passion for his work, always researching and exploring new and more effective ways to transplant hair. He has my deep respect and appreciation, always.

Sincerely,

M.T., USA


#2

I want to comment about this but it’s just not worth it…


#3

» I want to comment about this but it’s just not worth it…

Does M.T. stand for Mr. T? Is he the celebrity patient. If so, great work on the side burns, mohawk, and goatee.


#4

» A %age of our patients do not post their pictures and results due to
» various reasons. Most of the time due to privacy concerns. We respect
» their wishes.

A bit meaningless without pictures though dont you think? Privacy concerns? i dont think many people are going to recognise your patient from pictures of his hair. Dr rogers uses the same reason for his lack of patient pics.


#5

» » A %age of our patients do not post their pictures and results due to
» » various reasons. Most of the time due to privacy concerns. We respect
» » their wishes.
»
» A bit meaningless without pictures though dont you think? Privacy
» concerns? i dont think many people are going to recognise your patient
» from pictures of his hair. Dr rogers uses the same reason for his lack of
» patient pics.

I agree to most of what you wrote.
That is why when we post pictures and videos of our patients, we go the full length to document everything.
I believe we have showcased more strip, FUSE and bht results than most other clinics.

This patient emailed his testimonial and hoped that we may share it with other readers.

I dont expect anyone to make this testimonial the sole reason while making their HT choice.


#6

I would have never expected cheap propaganda like this to come out of Dr A’s clinic.
These type of marketing tools are beneath a Doctor who has stated on several times that he dreams of reforming this industry.


#7

Thank you for sharing this with us, V. While pictures and video can show visual changes, patient testimonials give an insight to the patient’s perspective of his/her experience.

I’m glad that you were able to make a positive impact and touch the life of this patient. Keep up the good work!


#8

» I want to comment about this but it’s just not worth it…

Same feeling here bud, but I am not going to go to that level either …


#9

A Hollywood person could have meant a guy that just lives in Hollywood. But in any case why even put any human being above anyone else? Why not state… Testimonial from average Joe… like 99.99% of the HT patients that got a good transplant from Dr. A. That would be better than saying someone “special” got a good transplant. Everyone is special.

Lastly, what are you talking about Jessica?


#10

This kind of advertising makes me sick to my stomach… who cares what Mr. Hollywood has to say about his hair transplantation? And the odd thing about this advertisement is that it just seems fake.When I lived in Los Angeles NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY, ever admitted they lived in Hollywood. The place is a dump, filled with whores and runaways. Everyone knows the celebrities live in Santa Monica, Malibu, or waaaaaay up in Beverly Hills. So anyone who is constantly talking about how they live in “Hollywood” as though it’s something special is either (a) kind of stupid or (b) not from Los Angeles.

All the best,
BB


#11

» This kind of advertising makes me sick to my stomach… who cares what Mr.
» Hollywood has to say about his hair transplantation? And the odd thing
» about this advertisement is that it just seems fake.When I lived in Los
» Angeles NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY, ever admitted they lived in Hollywood.
» The place is a dump, filled with whores and runaways. Everyone knows the
» celebrities live in Santa Monica, Malibu, or waaaaaay up in Beverly Hills.
» So anyone who is constantly talking about how they live in “Hollywood” as
» though it’s something special is either (a) kind of stupid or (b) not from
» Los Angeles.
»
» All the best,
» BB

Boston where did you live? Walker, Norwark, off I-405???


#12

» A %age of our patients do not post their pictures and results due to
» various reasons. Most of the time due to privacy concerns. We respect
» their wishes.
»
» However, one of our patients from Hollywood, has forwarded this
» testimonial to us with the hope that we share it with readers.
» He does not wish to ‘blog’ or otherwise have his name listed or published
» in the interest of privacy. He has, therefore, offered the following
» anonymous endorsement to share with readers. He has chosen the nickname MT
» for himself.
»
» *******
»
»
» To Whom it May Concern,
»
» I had the good fortune of having Dr. A perform my hair transplant surgery
» nearly three years ago now. It took a certain amount of trust to book the
» procedure from overseas, not knowing the doctor or his work, but on the
» strength of his website and his correspondence, I made a decision that I
» have never regretted and have come to appreciate more and more as time has
» passed.
»
» Before I decided to undergo the procedure, I did what many, if not most
» men do. I fretted and worried about it, thinking I might be acting
» ridiculously vain or overly self-indulgent. As my career requires me to
» look as good as possible, I overruled these inner voices with logic, and
» have never looked back.
»
» I went to several of the top hair restoration companies in the USA , who
» all promised great results at prices that were upwards of ten times that
» of Dr. A’s prices. It was interesting to gather the information but I
» could not justify the tremendous cost.
»
» When I arrived at Dr. A’s office, he immediately set my mind at ease,
» making me very comfortable with his demeanor and willingness to answer all
» of my questions and address all of my concerns with honesty and respect.
»
» I found the addition of approximately 2500 grafts (around the front
» hairline and a bit on the temple) pain-free and quick; I only spent a few
» hours in the office, and only a couple in surgery. In less than one day, I
» had been taken care of.
»
» I confess it was not always an easy process, waiting for the hair to grow
» back. While I was one of the approximately 10% of patients whose
» transplanted hair keeps growing rather than falls out before re-growing,
» it did not quite blend with my pre-existing hair. This was in part due to
» the fact that I have very fine, thin hair; if my hair was thicker the
» somewhat ‘wiry’ nature of the transplants would have been less obvious.
»
» I eventually decided to cut all of my hair off and let all of the
» hair-both new and old-grow in together. This turned out to be a good
» decision, though it was difficult to keep patient while the hair grew
» back!
»
» During all of this process, Dr. A always made himself available to me,
» working to calm my agitations and concerns as the process slowly
» unfolded.
»
» Once it did, I loved it. No one has ever been able to tell that I had the
» procedure done, not even close friends! And when I told my new
» hairdressers, they were very surprised, saying they never would have
» guessed-and they see people’s scalps all day long!
»
» In fact, many hairstylists have told me that Dr. A’s work was the best
» they had ever seen-and bear in mind I live in Hollywood, where plenty of
» men have had the procedure, most of them with the big name US doctors and
» their companies-and still, Dr. A’s work is superior in the opinion of
» those who work with hair for a living. They asked me for Dr. A’s contact
» information so that they could refer their clients who were considering a
» transplant to him, which I take as the ultimate endorsement (and so should
» you!).
»
» My hair looks great, I love having bangs again, and I am so very glad I
» had the operation. I would highly recommend Dr. A to anyone who was
» considering having hair restoration work. He is a top-notch, committed
» surgeon who is genuinely concerned with the care and well-being of his
» patients, as well as having a deep passion for his work, always
» researching and exploring new and more effective ways to transplant hair.
» He has my deep respect and appreciation, always.
»
» Sincerely,
»
» M.T., USA

Why couldn’t he just post this himself? I mean he took the time to type out the e-mail- why not just post it? It would have made you guys look a lot better if he blew your horn instead of you.


#13

» This kind of advertising makes me sick to my stomach… who cares what Mr.
» Hollywood has to say about his hair transplantation? And the odd thing
» about this advertisement is that it just seems fake.When I lived in Los
» Angeles NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY, ever admitted they lived in Hollywood.
» The place is a dump, filled with whores and runaways. Everyone knows the
» celebrities live in Santa Monica, Malibu, or waaaaaay up in Beverly Hills.
» So anyone who is constantly talking about how they live in “Hollywood” as
» though it’s something special is either (a) kind of stupid or (b) not from
» Los Angeles.
»
» All the best,
» BB

damn you got a point. even in some movies Hollywood looks like shyt. Beverly Hills, Bel Air, malibu and the likes are where the celeberties are.


#14

Yep, very tacky. A Hollywood movie star who couldn’t afford to go to Hasson and Wong, Armani or Woods ?


#15

I lived in Culver City, near Venice Blvd… you live in LA?

» Boston where did you live? Walker, Norwark, off I-405???


#16

» My hair looks great, I love having bangs again, and I am so very glad I
» had the operation. I would highly recommend Dr. A to anyone who was
» considering having hair restoration work. He is a top-notch, committed
» surgeon who is genuinely concerned with the care and well-being of his
» patients, as well as having a deep passion for his work, always
» researching and exploring new and more effective ways to transplant hair.
» He has my deep respect and appreciation, always.
»
» Sincerely,
»
» M.T., USA

I have to ask it.I’m from UK.Whats a bang.Maybe we call it something else,perhaps.

OR MAYBE I’M NOT IN THE IN CROWD.PERHAPS!


#17

» » My hair looks great, I love having bangs again, and I am so very glad I
» » had the operation. I would highly recommend Dr. A to anyone who was
» » considering having hair restoration work. He is a top-notch, committed
» » surgeon who is genuinely concerned with the care and well-being of his
» » patients, as well as having a deep passion for his work, always
» » researching and exploring new and more effective ways to transplant
» hair.
» » He has my deep respect and appreciation, always.
» »
» » Sincerely,
» »
» » M.T., USA
»
»
» I have to ask it.I’m from UK.Whats a bang.Maybe we call it
» something else,perhaps.
»
» OR MAYBE I’M NOT IN THE IN CROWD.PERHAPS!

hair combed down on the forehead is bangs


#18

» » » My hair looks great, I love having bangs again, and I am so very glad
» I
» » » had the operation. I would highly recommend Dr. A to anyone who was
» » » considering having hair restoration work. He is a top-notch,
» committed
» » » surgeon who is genuinely concerned with the care and well-being of
» his
» » » patients, as well as having a deep passion for his work, always
» » » researching and exploring new and more effective ways to transplant
» » hair.
» » » He has my deep respect and appreciation, always.
» » »
» » » Sincerely,
» » »
» » » M.T., USA
» »
» »

For once I completely agree with the obsessed baldies. What a bunch of horsehit! It’s like a bad commercial for hair replacment from the early 90’s when Sy Sperling was still a big name in that racket.


#19

Let me clear it once again that the patient sent his testimonial and hopes that we share it with readers.

We have respected his wishes.

As I said before, we dont expect prospective patients to make their decision based on this testimonial.

We have well documented patient results. The patient’s choice will take that into factor.

If a patient does not want to blog or reveal his identity but still wishes to share his experience, we respect his choice.

Some may not agree with this and I respect their opinion.


#20

» For once I completely agree with the obsessed baldies.:rotfl: