As creators of the FUE method, I presume you know what the FUE Plus method is? There is a clinic in my country that claims to have been able to boost the traditional FUE method by using a smaller tools when inserting the transplanted hair. (1) They claim that the increase in density is miraculously high, but still the improvement is impressive. Do you know more about this? (2) A new hairloss treatment called Recapeen, has been realeased. The “engine” in this package claims to be the unique pollen extract the substance is full of. Comments? And finally, 3) What is the strongest reason why to spend money on a hairtransplant rather then a laser treatment?
I looked at the site referred to in your question. There is not enough information for me to judge what FUE plus is. When I purchase a bottle of shampoo and the company comes up with a new version of the shampoo they may add the term ‘plus’ to the name. The detergent market for washing clothes, made the most popular product in the early 1900s. That product was ‘Tide’. Then as they were improving the product, sales did not rise fast enough, so they came up with New Tide. The adjective NEW turned out to be the most popular advertising word in capitalistic history. Everyone came up with a product and then made up a NEW version of that product. I, knowing this, called my company the New Hair Institute and purchased the phone number 800-NEW-HAIR before anyone else thought of it. I was, at the time, an old fashioned marketing person, so NEW did it for me. The modern iteration of this is the term PLUS. I guess, if you did not invent FUE, then the best way to grab onto market presence is to invent FUE Plus, or at least the name. I respect the marketing brain that thought of it. The choice of doctors, of course, should have little to do with PLUS or NEW, but rather who you can trust to do the FUE on your head. Experience and judgments are critical to this choice and you sound (at times) like you are making such choices.
I did look at Recapeen and see that this miracle cure is listed with many other such potions and lotions on the respective websites. If Recapeen worked so well, one might ask why other products are listed there? I call it good marketing and diversification of strategies. Spread out well, and more people will get some part of the message. What are you really looking for?
I agree with you that hair transplants should be obsolete if these miracles worked, but then again, first I would want to see the studies and the scientific evidence that it works, because I am a cautious buyer. Every day that you chase the magical cure for balding is another day that you will continue to lose hair and progress further down the pattern of hair loss buried in your genetic cards.
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