Selfies Increase Demand for Hair Restoration..

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Posted on : September 26, 2016 | Author: John Kahen | Category: Hair Transplant

Well, it’s official- the selfie has dominated social media! In the quest for the perfect selfie, some folks seem to have decided that no photo-editing app is good enough to smooth out the wrinkles: nothing less than old-school cosmetic surgery will do.

An annual study showed that one in three surveyed doctors have seen an increase in requests for surgery due to patients’ dissatisfaction with their image on social media. As a result, the report says, American surgeons saw a 10% increase in rhinoplasty from 2012 to 2013, a 7% rise in hair transplants, and 6% in eyelid surgery.

Doctors say patients come to them with selfies they took to show where they think they need improvement. Some surgeons point out that with the selfie’s characteristically distorted angle, it does not provide an accurate representation of one’s face. Dr. Kahen carefully examines each patient to be sure they are a perfect candidate for hair restoration surgery and to be sure the patient holds realistic expectations regarding their results.

A fresh appearance for your selfie isn’t the only reason the Instagram-obsessed visit cosmetic surgeons. It really is interesting to see how social media has evolved so much and to see the influence it has posed on people- an influence that leads many to cosmetic procedures such as hair restoration. Beverly Hills Hair Restoration understands the importance of feeling good about yourself. Being confident plays a major part in ones life routine and undergoing cosmetic surgery

For your future selfie endeavors, some words of caution: When seeking the perfect surgeon for your procedure, be sure the surgeon is well qualified and harbors extensive experience in that area of expertise. Dr. Kahen knows strategic placement and always achieves a natural transplant with high density.


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