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Medical Hair Restoration Reviews
After going over all of the medical hair restoration reviews, I can honestly say I am not that impressed. Most of the medical hair restoration reviews stated that their overall experience with the hair loss surgery was not only anticlimactic, but painful, somewhat frightening and caused empty spots on their head for months after the surgery was over.
From the Medical Hair Restoration Reviews
The most common complaint was itching. Almost everyone that wrote a review seemed to complain of some type of itching, with some people claiming their head itched beyond belief while others referred to it as a mild inconvenience like that of a mosquito bite. Whatever the complaint, it is clear that there is itching.
The second most common complaint in the medical hair restoration reviews was that of scabbing. Scabbing, apparently, is incredibly common. Now, in general, scabbing doesn't matter much. But if you have ever had a scab then you know it wraps tightly around your hairs. The risk with this is that if you pick a scab out, even unintentionally, you run the risk of pilling out the delicate roots that you paid so much for just to put it in.
Since the cost of surgery is per hair, and the average cost of a single hair implant is 5.00, every hair you pull out by accident not only looks bad on your head but is essentially flushing 5.00 down the drain. Scabbing, despite its irrelevance to any serious problems, is still an issue with hair restoration.
Finally, as mentioned a moment ago, the cost of hair loss surgery is pretty substantial. At a per hair cost averaging roughly 5 dollars, you are paying for the surgical implantation of around 3,000 hairs at least. That is several thousand dollars at least, with potential costs ranging in the 20,000 range depending on the extent of your hair loss. With that same money, you can buy a new car and still have money left over for gas.
But, as evidenced by the medical hair restoration reviews, there are people that seem to be willing to get the surgery done. Ideally, however, you can avoid the surgery altogether by treating your hair loss early before it gets out of hand. To do that you need to take a supplement like Procerin which prevents the cause of DHT, thus allowing your hair to continue to grow so you can skip surgery.