thanx for the informative blog. i have a question, despite of such enormity of hair loss problem , why the hair transplantation is not so common.
It takes time for people to accept a new breakthrough in surgery. If you look at female breast augmentation, it took more than a decade for women to feel comfortable enough with it to step up and undergo the surgery. Most people think that hair transplants can always be seen and when they run into a person with plugs coming our of the scalp, they get the idea that this is a hair transplant and say to themselves, “This will never be me!” Today’s hair transplant can not be detected, so the good work done regularly is not something that the average person can detect unless you can remember what someone looked like before they got the hair transplant. A woman with an “A” breast size can be detected when she gets breast augmentation and one day comes out with a “C” or “D” size showing good cleavage. Only a bald man who now has hair, can be detected much like the woman with the newly larger breasts.