I'm not sure this is true of hair transplants. cosmetic surgery usually involves altering the appearence that a 'patient' has whereas a HT is usually about replacing what a patient used to have, namely hair that is no longer growing. This stated, a face lift is an attempt to reverse sagging face to a former taught appearance which is similar to a HT so may be it is all on the same spectrum.I think its pretty comparable to hair transplants, or any other cosmetic surgery.
Yes, true of these operations but what about face lifts, eye bags, wrinkles etc which can all happen to someone's appearance, similar to HT ?Whereas nose jobs, boob jobs, other plastic surgery can be more about implementing a look that the patient never had in the 1st place.
True but there is a difference with a nose job and some other procedures in that nose jobs alter someone's appearance whereas HT's, face lifts and their like attempt to restore someones previous appearance. They're similar but there's a subtle difference with some surgery's it seems to me.Nose jobs could be a one and done surgery for life.
Yes, birthmarks are a tricky one as I suspect most could understand why someone would attempt to diminish these but you do see people who seem to choose to keep them or at least they may have tried but they didn't go. Similar with bad scarring. Hairlines vary a lot so there isn't really a standard hairline apart from what people have in their mind it seems.Some people with no hair loss opt for surgery to correct high hairlines, hide scars, birthmarks, wrong shape hairlines. Percentage wise it is the minority.