What Is Safety Worth To You?
Unfortunately, health and safety standards can be diverse and unpredictable between different countries. The credentials of medical staff also vary, and assuming that a surgeon has the medical knowledge, experience or standards to run a safe operating room may not be accurate in different regions. Often, you don’t have the opportunity to view facilities before reaching them, your procedure paid in full. In pictures,surgical centres appear to be clean, bright and state of the art, yet you may arrive to find you’re sharing a communal “treatment room,” your surgery performed on a folding cot by atech, alongside 20 other men. The safety standards and rate of infection or complications are not monitored and measured reliably in all hair transplant destinations. The cost of ultimately seeking revision or emergency medical help could be exorbitant.
Your Whole Treatment Experience Matters, Before During And After Your Procedure
At the Nova Medical Hair Transplant Centre, we’re here from start to finish because excellent service and results require a qualified, knowledgeable surgeon working closely with you,not just during surgery, but in the weeks and months after. Ideally, you should be seen and assessed the day after your procedure and throughout the next week or two. Over time, your surgeon will also want to check on scalp health and growth patterns to ensure your hair is coming in as planned.
When people travel a long way for surgery, they aren’t usually in a position to go back on a regular basis. That means they settle for infrequent phone or email communication, if any. It also means that if they have concerns, or aren’t happy with their results, they’ll end up paying a local surgeon to treat them and fix their procedure. Excellent research and money well-spent on high-quality expertise is a sound investment and one that we highly recommend when it comes to your FUE in New Jersey.