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yeah i chose the wrong word on that one (even apologised privately to aftermath). It was more of a comment on the level of involvement by some doctors at every step which i now hold as invaluable - given the lack of doctor involvement at a previous clinic is what led me to become a repair patient (essentially one hand wasnt aware what the other hand was doing). However it doesnt mean that the specialised division of labour involved at other clinics, like HnW is necessary a deficit, and given the potential for doctor fatigue might even be beneficial.
Be difficult to find anyone arguing HnW aren't world class
Let's be serious here, Hasson and Wong are no where near a hair mill. They are two surgeons with two teams who perform surgery. Just because they are not one doctor, and one tech doesn't make them a hair mill. Let's not get in to a "my doctor is better than yours" debate. Back to the topic you would be hard pressed to find any negative reviews for Hasson and Wong they are absolutely elite and have been for over a decade.
Be interesting to see if there was a family tree of clinics drawn up somewhere because it would potentially reveal an awful lot about the general standards and approaches taken by each doctor/clinic .The more prominent figures in this industry seem to come from an apprenticeship rather than starting out completely on their own so it would make sense they followed the same protocols (like just getting patients to sign NDA's).
I had the same conclusion about Rahal as I did with Baubac actually ... they could only do the one hairline. As Rahal couldnt promise me the same density as their normal patients (given my limited donor) I only saw one example of his work at lower density and it looked a bit strange tbh. A shame because at higher densities his hairlines are impressive