"It was such a minimal process for such a great result. There wasn't pain...or discomfort."
MALE VOICE: It wasn’t a big deal. I mean, at the end of the day when I found…what I found so intriguing was, it was such a minimal process for such a great result. There wasn’t pain. There wasn’t discomfort. It didn’t destroy my lifestyle for even a day. Matter of fact, following the first time I had it done and I’ve had it done now three times.
The first…following that first time I went out to a Yankee game that evening. After the second time I had dinner with my then to be son-in-law with my daughter and my wife. And the third time my wife and I went out to dinner.
There wasn’t any interruption of my lifestyle. I wasn’t concerned with appearance. It didn’t look bad.
The first issue that someone has to address is whether or not they are happy with the way they look. If they are happy with the way they look, it’s not a matter of having or not having a hair transplant. If they are not happy with the way they look, then it’s a matter of the cost, the alleged pain and the inconvenience.
And I would argue that if you are not happy with the way that you look and you want some type of a hair program initiated, whether it be transplants or pieces or whatever the term in vogue today is used.
The cost for all of the other programs, as opposed to a hair transplant, is actually much higher. The issue of pain is really immaterial because today’s process of doing hair transplant is pretty much painless. Recovery, which used to be an issue years ago, is not an issue anymore.