July 25, 2009
Let’s face it: most of us are not physically or emotionally equipped to peacefully accept our hair loss and seamlessly transition into baldness. Not every one of us is born with the physical and mental statures of bald iconic legends like Bruce Willis, Vin Diesel, or Chris Daughtry, who can wear the look of baldness with natural ease and still draw hundreds of millions of dollars in box office revenues, allure screaming fans, or stage mind-blowing rock shows half-filled with half-naked supermodel-caliber chicks ready and willing to get funky backstage.
Yes, for the vast majority of us hair loss sufferers, witnessing the daily erosion of our hair, arguably the key proponent of our physical appearance to the world, is on par with experiencing a long, swift kick in the nuts. It hurts, period. Sometimes, in fact very often, the emotional debilitation caused by our hair loss paired with our desire to bring a level of correction to this reprehensible biological defect is so severe that we commit ourselves to today’s most aggressive hair loss solution on the hair loss solution spectrum: surgical hair restoration. [Read more]