Jul 16, 2007

Affordable Hair Replacement Tips

By Tim Bock

Thinking of getting a hair replacement but have limited budget? It all boils down to how much you are willing to spend. Or does it? If you think about it, there are minimal risks involved in hair replacement surgeries these days and a lot to gain. The worst thing that can happen is that it will fall off, no illness side effect whatsoever aside from the understandable formation of scabs immediately after surgery, which will heal by itself in three to four days anyway. The good thing is if you are really bothered by hair loss and shaving the whole thing off is out of the question, you are in for what could be the greatest advancement of the century. Hair replacement technology now uses your own hair follicles so it will has more success of growth than ever before, and even simulates you natural hairline and hair density.

If you consider getting hair replacement as a major investment, then by all means go ahead and start looking for possible clinics to help you and start comparing prices. Go for quality rather than quantity, scrutinize their procedures and look for past customers and see how they feel about their service and check out their hair. Make up your mind to spend as much as ten dollars maximum per graft if needed to satisfy your vanity. But if you are not that filthy rich and have other things you can think of to use your money with, you might find that clinics offering grafts for as low as $3 - $5 can do for you. You might even want to check out clinics in other countries, usually you can have more value for your dollar when you use it elsewhere. Plus, you will also be able to get a pseudo-vacation and travel. Every now and then you will even encounter clinics that are willing to give you travel allowance just so you can reach them.

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1 comment:

Kristian said...

If you want to do hair transplant and have limited budget, makes sense try it in another country. In developed countries, but with cheep living level, like Chech Republic or Russia, it can have best price.