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In-person consultation "must ask" questions

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Ask them to check your estimated donor capacity and predicted norwood level based on miniaturisation/family history/medications you are taking. Then get them to draw up a long term plan for you.

Melvin mentioned in the video about the experience of technicians .. it's also worth asking what specific level of involvement the doctor actually has during the operation (do they do the extractions/incisions, how many surgeries they perform a day/how many years they've been a HT surgeon etc). 

Also get the doc to draw up a hairline and take photos. Look at the photos at home and think about whether you are happy with the design. 

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All great points above.  Ask about the aftercare after your HT. A good ethetical doctor and clinic will be in regular contact and answer questions you may have in a timely fashion. They will have your best interests in mind. 

The last thing you want to do is to go to a low quality low cost pop up clinic who take your money and never want to hear from you again.


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