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30 minutes ago, Payam said:

I don't see any multis in this guys hairline, and while he could benefit with slightly added density it's still leaps and bounds above anything Asmeds nameless techs could ever hope to produce. Let's be honest here, it's laughable to even mention a hair mill FUE factory like Asmed in this context, OP actually had trained medical professionals operate on him during the entire procedure, unlike what's going on at Asmed where low salaried straight from high school 20 year olds with zero medical background are poking holes in your head. 

Payam,

These statements are inflammatory and baseless. You are making inflammatory statements about technicians you know nothing about. Firstly, you don't know their salary, education level or medical training. I am not saying you can't be upset at your results. But making these types of accusations and comments are not acceptable. You are making these statements, as if they were facts and they are assumptions. You don't know what kind of training or experience the technicians who worked on the OP have either.

This thread is not about ASMED, let's keep this thread on topic.


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The hair mills and large chains have huge overhead and why they tend to hire the least experienced because of the lower salaries.

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19 hours ago, gillenator said:

The hair mills and large chains have huge overhead and why they tend to hire the least experienced because of the lower salaries.

Often wondered this about the large chains advertising clinics all over the world. Some of them don't even list the team members probably for these reasons / or they're ever changing... who knows!

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