Until now, there has been two key players in the hair loss industry, but the questions we need to ask are, "Is this due to a huge marketing budget?", "Has there been a lack of competition?", or "Are they actually good at what they do?" With celebrities and famous sportsmen as the 'face' of a clinic, it's clear that significant marketing budgets are at play.
By definition, a specialist is, “A person who concentrates primarily on a particular subject or activity; a person highly skilled in a specific and restricted field.” If hair loss clinics don’t specialise, then by default, they are generalist. Consider a generalist hair loss clinic that spends most of their time selling hair loss products and medications, some of their time offering prosthetic hair pieces and a minor amount of time doing hair transplants. Compare this to a specialist hair transplant clinic that does hair transplants 100% of the time. Which one would you choose to have a once-in-a-lifetime hair transplant with?