Don’t believe the numbers used in the ads.
What is often found is to claim a hair survival rate of 95% or even up to 99%. In fact, advertising with numbers like this is something that is easy to say, but very difficult to verify because no one is going to sit and count it all though, right?
In fact, according to research, if every step of the hair transplant is done correctly, the chances of survival rate of the hair will be higher than 90%, which is enough to make it look better with a good density of hair. What you should pay attention to is not these numbers, but rather the actual results. Does the hair grow as thick as you want? If the reviews they show off still look thin, even if the clinic says that the chance of survival is as high as 100%, we probably don’t want to get it done there anyway, right?