A hair transplant cost $80,000 last year.
And it’s likely that’s going to get more expensive.
In an interview with Bloomberg, hair transplant surgeon Peter W. Linnell said that the cost of his services will increase as more people seek the procedure, which has become increasingly common in recent years.
He said it’s “a huge market” and the procedure is often done in hospitals in California and New York.
Lincolns operation was the first done in the United States, but it’s becoming more common as more hospitals in the country allow hair transplants.
Linsdell told Bloomberg that it will likely take several months for his patients to receive their transplants, so patients have been waiting weeks for their hair to grow back.
The procedure is known as a hair transplant because the skin on the head of the patient is shaved.
It involves injecting a blood clotting agent into the hair follicles to bring them back into shape.
But it can be very invasive and not always the most comfortable.
Linnell told the Wall Street Journal that some patients who undergo a hair transplanted operation feel discomfort and pain during the procedure.
He added that it can take up to six weeks for the graft to grow into the desired shape.
In the past, hair transplans were done in clinics and hospitals across the country.
But Linnells patients, and those in general, are willing to pay for the procedure to get the desired results.
And now, that’s becoming easier and more accessible, according to the WSJ.
The procedure is so common in the US that it has gained more acceptance than the traditional skin transplant.