Hair Transplant Doctors I Like
What does it mean for hair transplant doctors to be great? This can have different meanings for different people. To me, it is simple. After working in the hair restoration field for over a decade, I have seen that great work comes in all shapes and sizes and that bigger is not always better.
I’m looking for doctors with qualities above and beyond what is required for natural results. I’m looking for doctors who desire to provide superior aftercare and give quality attention to the patient after hair transplant surgery, just like before surgery. This means proper and frequent follow-up protocols and an innate understanding that if a patient is unhappy and has a valid problem, then no amount of discussion and denial will make the patient any happier. In short, I’m on the lookout for doctors with the skills and experience that allow them to stand behind their work, but more importantly, they must have the compassion and understanding to stand with the patient.
Hair transplant doctors I work with should have a strong record of quality work and satisfied patients. For example, a great outcome with Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) may not always include extracting thousands of hair follicles from the donor site and implanting them in a bald area in a single session. An excellent FUE leads to a natural-looking result that makes the patient happy. Nothing else matters.
The hair transplant doctors I work with have agreed that when, not if, a result does not meet the patient’s expectations, they will work diligently to make sure a positive outcome is reached. Far too often, when a hair loss patient is unsatisfied with their final result, the clinic immediately sees the patient as a problem or an antagonist. Any hair transplant doctors I decide to work with will strive to have a dialogue with unsatisfied patients to reach a positive outcome, be it through additional complimentary surgery or a hassle-free refund.
Finally, the hair transplant doctors I work with recognize the need for my experience and my ability to relate to patients. This is what my unique experience means: I can understand what it is like to have a bad result (twice over) and a great result. I have had two lousy hair transplant surgeries, gone through successful repair, worked as a consultant for over a decade for top clinics, and been involved in clinical operations. As it turns out, this experience is very rare. Combined with my desire to make positive change in the hair transplant industry, doctors recognize the value of having the Hair Transplant Mentor™ as a clinical operations advisor and patient advocate.
Recommended Hair Transplant Doctors?
I wish to be clear. I am not building a “recommended list” in the traditional sense as it relates to the online hair restoration community as I am not directly or specifically recommending anyone. You may choose whom you wish to choose. My goal is to work with clinics that can utilize my insights to create a better overall patient experience before, during, and after surgery. This insight is not free, so each doctor mentioned on this website pays a monthly retainer for my services, including online representation when necessary, clinical operations input and recommendations, and a direct line of communication for patient interaction and/or conflict resolution. I only wish to work with clinics that I see value in, have the skills and ethics I respect, and have the ambition to “do better.” This is extremely important to me and should be enough of a recommendation for anyone looking for such things. Having doctors listed here is my effort to be transparent and clear that I have a professional relationship with Hair Transplant Mentor™ member doctors. Through the free and continuously updated tools and information offered on this website and the services I will provide to member doctors, I hope to do my part to create positive change in the hair transplant industry. If you find a doctor that you believe is right for you because of my efforts, then all the better.