Why You Should Consider Hair Transplant Surgery
Over these last many years in taking care of men and women with hair loss, the question comes up as to why they have considered restoring their hair. It’s interesting to me that the common denominator has everything to do with how they feel about themselves. Deciding to have a hair transplant is not about doing it for someone else; though the decision to schedule their consultation can come from coaxing from a loved one.
Self-esteem and self-confidence feelings often come into play as hair becomes thinner or a bald spot develops. One’s hair loss can hit a person like a ton of bricks after self-recognition or by an off hand comment directed by someone else. More commonly, however, a slower realization of hair loss occurs over a period of time that may be months or even years.
We, in general, prefer having a fuller head of hair rather than a thinner one. We like having hair and, according to what I have observed in caring for my patients for thirty years in practice, we do not like losing it. Many people begin to lose confidence in themselves as they lose their hair. That is not to say that everyone feels this way at all. It simply is a very common issue I hear from patients during their consultations.
The bottom line is this, if your hair loss is bothering you—for whatever reason—don’t just sit at home and do nothing about it! With the non surgical treatments we have to stop progression of hair loss and the excellent array for surgical options today, you owe it to yourself to make the time to come in to learn how we can help you.
Dr. Robert Leonard
Founder and Chief Surgeon