» Why? Cause they only post when there are good results and the truth is that
» there are not that many good results in HT
Good candadites for HT do get good results which can be measured mostly in terms of the amount of coverage and density along with other factors such as graft placement,etc.
A bad candadite for a HT could view his results, and others could view his results, as not being very good and this would most likley again be measured by coverage and density, but a lack of it.
Good or bad results based on coverage and or density can be subjective based on one’s expectations based on the amount of donor hair one has and how much money and time one wants to spend on getting the most favorable results based on all the factors that contribute to a good hair transplant.
What might not be “good” results to you because, for instance, an area is still thin, may be good for the patient particulary if the patient realized beforehand that the coverage he achieved was what could be expected based on his situation.
But, you already knew all of this when you posted your opinion, but portrayed it as a fact, that “there are not that many good results in HT.”
In my case, pictures were taken and posted on my blog when my results, due to factors explained in the blog, were indeed, initially, not as optimal as I would have hoped for.
With continued perserverance I would say that I had a “good” result, and if I decide to can even make it better in the future.
Show me another clinic and or/patient photos that are comparable to mine in terms of angles, close ups, bright light, clear and obviously presented in ways for one to get the absolute most realistic and accurate portrayal as possible viewing photos only.
Personally I have not seen it.