What does living a good life look like? Sure, a good job can’t hurt. Having some excess money to treat yourself. Well, that can be nice too: it grants you the freedom to travel or build the perfect home office or help fulfill your children’s college aspirations.
But if you are not happy with who is staring back at you in the mirror, it doesn’t sound like you’re living a good life. And if the reason you’re unhappy is hair loss, then there is a remedy to your concerns—not the one that you’ll find sitting in the chair of a swanky salon or therapist’s office. The remedy is a hair transplant procedure. If your hair is thinning or balding, you can do something about it. This option might not have been on your radar until now, yet maybe it’s time to consider it.
Consider it as an investment in achieving living a good life. It’s true that it costs money. However, we all know that you cannot put a price on peace of mind. After all, don’t you want to be proud of those vacation pictures? How does it sound to feel like you’re looking your absolute best? Most importantly, what do you want to be thinking about when you drop your first kid off at college? I’m guessing it’s not what baseball cap you’re going to wear help move them into the dorm…
Not convinced? I’ll ask you to also consider the following when thinking about a hair transplant procedure:
- It is permanent, unlike most things in life.
- It eases the emotional burden of balding.
- In life after your hair transplant, doors may open for you and allow you to be a more calm, confident version of yourself. One where you are more happy—more proud—to be you.
Here is an overview of how we are going to accomplish this:
It’s a straightforward, outpatient procedure, during which our renowned surgeon, Dr. James Harris, M.D., takes hair follicles one by one from the back of your head, where hair is thicker and fuller and places those follicles with precision into the bald areas. Effectively, filling in the bald areas while leaving virtually no visible scarring or missing patches from where Dr. Harris took the hair from.