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USHairReplacement.com Provides Wealth of Knowledge to Common Hair Replacement Questions
Date:6/15/2009

DELRAY BEACH, Fla., June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Anyone considering hair replacement surgery is certain to have lots of questions regarding the procedure.

Just the fact that it is called "surgery" causes a person to wonder, "Is Hair Replacement Surgery Dangerous?" "This is one of the most common questions that we have regarding hair replacement," says Ian Shiell, Founder of The Oro Organization, LLC. Shiell explains, "People want to know that they are going to be safe and what the hair replacement cost is to them. We provide a wealth of knowledge on our site that addresses these concerns." The facts are that most of the time, hair replacement surgery is a very safe procedure.

Experts like those at US Hair Replacement can alert you to any possible health risks that come with the surgery, but these complications are very rare. Still, it's advisable to know all the risks and consider them carefully prior to any surgery, so it's worth looking at them carefully.

Patients should know that this type of surgery has been performed successfully for thirty years, and if a patient uses a board-certified plastic surgeon for the procedure, he or she will have the benefit of these years of experience to draw upon.

One possible risk with a hair transplant is the possibility of infection. Although an experienced surgeon greatly reduces this risk, it is impossible to know beforehand how susceptible a person is to infections and if they have the immune system capabilities to fight infection.

The most common difficulty is with patients who fail to fully inform their doctor about all potenti
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