Hair Transplant Reviews
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Broward County, West Palm Beach, Lake Worth
Delray Beach, Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale,
Opa Locka, Coral Springs, Hollywood, FL
and surrounding South East Florida locations.
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Steve Kane, Boca, FL: One day I was going through the family album and there was a shot of me with my wife and two of my children. I
hadn't realized but my hairline had been gradually receding and I kind of looked like ... my own grandfather! ...
Charlie, Fort Lauderdale I started to lose my hair when I was about 50 years old, I had my hair for a long time and I
thought I would have my hair forever, and then I started losing my hair! ...
Physical Therapist, Boca Raton At 28 I started losing my hair. It's nice, I'm looking forward to more hair, I don't have to
worry about taking an hour to get ready in the morning, and it really doesn't matter if the wind blows anymore - so,
that's the good part! ...
Joanne, Hollywood, FL My self esteem wasn't it should have been ... my appearance ... I was not pleased with my
appearance. I knew I had to do something and so I did! ...
Carlos, Miami, FL I like it, I know it is something permanent, it wasn't something I was expecting, it's been good, great. I don't
have to hide my head anymore. ...
Vinnie, Coral Springs, FL: It's very full, it's not detectable, and I'm very happy with the procedure ... it gives you more
motivation, there's no doubt about that. ... gets that youthful feel and look back! ...
North Miami, FL: I was in my 30s when I started losing my hair, and a head of hair is really important to me;
mean I really felt confident when I had my hair, in my 20s. By the time I was in my mid-thirties I had a lot of
balding spots ...
Steve Kane:, Miami, FL I've always have been very vain as my listeners know and I've had to deal with cosmetic surgery. I'm really a lot older than I look. I mean, I'm about 58 years old and after having a face lift and working on my skin, with skin peels and stuff like that, and I thought I was looking pretty good. But one day I was going through the family album, and there was a shot of me with my wife and two of my children and (laughing) I hadn't realize that my hairline had been gradually receding and kind of look like, I don't know what to say, my own grandfather.
Charlie, Ft. Lauderdale:
I started losing my hair when I was about 50 years old and I'd had my hair
for a long time. I thought I would have my hair forever, then all of a sudden I started losing my hair. I have an uncle that's older than me and he started losing his hair; he had a little bit of hair in the front and I'd seen him about 7-8 months later and he was almost completely bald.
Physical Therapist, Boca Raton: I'm 29 now but at 28 I started losing my hair. It took a little bit longer and longer each time I would go into the bathroom to get ready to go out. I finally watched the infomercial, made an appointment and came in. There was quite a few people out in the waiting room so just like everybody else would do you kind of look around at everybody's head and wonder if they've had it done or are getting it done. Then Dr. Shapiro meets with you and takes you around and shows you different people at different times they had the procedure and the growth factor of the hair and gives you a consultation. Shows you your hairline, because I didn't have one, he drew one and shows you what it would be and sure enough it was.
Joanne, Hollywood, FL: I really wanted to have something done with my hair because it was getting very thin in the front, very
noticeable. I knew I wanted to do something but I wasn't quite sure what
I wanted to do. My hair loss was basically in the front and through the
top it was very noticeable, hereditary mostly. My mother's side of the
family had very fine hair, you know, stress things like that.
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