A bald man who had a botched hair transplant at the hospital in Australia has been told he will need to wait another six months for the rest of his hair to grow back.The man, who only wants to be called Jeremy, told ABC radio the decision to undergo the surgery was based on the fact that his hair was still growing and needed to be treated.He said he had no idea how long the surgery would take and ...
This Hair Trust Pilot from the Hair Transporters Association of America received a $50.000 cash payment from a hair transplant pilot program.
The hair transplant was conducted on a male patient, who had undergone hair transplants in 2013 and 2014, and was awaiting hair transplant surgery, according to the Hair Trust’s press release.
The pilot is the first of its kind in the United States and the first hair transplant in the state of California.
The patient received about $8,000 in cash from the pilot, and the remaining $8.5 million was earmarked for treatment of the other patients, the release stated.
The Hair Trust pilot is a pilot program that allows Hair Transpersons to purchase and administer hair transplanted at a hospital, rather than through a hair removal center.
Hair transplant surgery is the only hair transplant procedure that can be performed in-hospital, and typically costs up to $12,000 per patient.