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Cheap Hair Transplant

Updated on July 21, 2009

Are you looking for a cheap hair transplant? Well, unfortunately, there is no such thing as an inexpensive hair transplant, unless you’re rich. You can expect to pay about $7,500 to $20,000 for the procedure. Of course, the more hair you want back, the more you are going to have to pay. Even if you are able to get a hair transplant for much cheaper, keep in mind that you get what you pay for. You want a hair loss procedure, which is going to last for the rest of your life and be natural looking. And, if you think about it, a hair transplant can give you more joy than, for example, an aging car ever could.

Rather than getting a cheap hair transplant, what you really want is a quality transplant. You can browse, a very popular hair transplant online community, to give you an indication of what doctors to check out.

(photo credit Cheap Hair Transplant
(photo credit Cheap Hair Transplant

Getting a cheap hair transplant through financing:

How can the average male afford such a thing? Like buying a house or car, paying off the surgery does not have to happen immediately. Although the thousand dollar estimations may scare you, they are very affordable with hair transplant financing.

For example, you can cash-out refinance on your home. In other words, get a new home loan for more than what you owe to your mortgage lender. You can use the excess money to pay for the surgery. Other options include a home equity line of credit, which is like a credit card with your house as collateral and a home equity loan, which is a second home loan, which also uses your house as collateral. Other loan options include loans from your bank or credit cards.

Aside from using home loans as a way to pay for the hair transplant, hair transplant surgeons will have financing options available as well. You can also check out companies who specialize in financing uninsured medical procedures. This would include companies such as Capital One Healthcare Finance. If you are planning to get financing for your procedure it helps to have some money saved up because the more money you give up front, the less you’ll have to pay in interest in the future. This way you can make your hair transplant cheaper.

Will the hair fall off, as you get older, like normal hair? Why spend so much money on something that is temporary? Fact is, donor hair is not affected by DHT, which causes your hair to fall out in the first place. As such, you can expect your investment to last for the rest of your life.

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