Create Your Own Free Patient Website-Now Mobile Friendly

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The internet has changed tremendously over the last decade, the way we listen to music and how we interact with one another is always changing. From the days of chatting through AOL and Yahoo instant messenger to the days of creating a top 8 on Myspace; online social interaction has continuously evolved.

In 2007 the iPhone was introduced to the world, this mobile device would go on to change the way we live our lives forever.

Today, virtually every website is accessible through your portable mobile device. We are proud to announce that our Hair Restoration Patient Websites are now mobile friendly.

Benefits of Creating a Patient Website

There are so many benefits to creating a personal patient website that there's almost too many to list. The biggest benefit to creating a patient website is seamless tracking of your hair transplant progress. You're able to consistently keep track of your progress, daily, weekly and monthly.

Furthermore, you're able to view the progress of others, comment, message and interact with fellow hair transplant patients. Moreover, you're able to create your own personal blog. Express ideas, thoughts and put them in writing for others to read and comment.

The best part is that all of this is FREE!

New Features Include

*Easy to read text (clearly visible through a mobile device without squinting)

*Easy to navigate (buttons and links are clearly visible and easy to tap with a finger)

*New interface (for better user experience) 

Create a Patient Website Today!

There's no better time than now to start posting, blogging and interacting with other hair transplant patients. The community grows through the collective wisdom of hair transplant patients around the world. Learn what others are saying about their experiences and join in by participating in this interactive patient community.

Connecting Your Patient Website To our Popular Hair Loss Forum

Since the early 2000s, the hair loss industry saw a big boom in business. The main reason for this was the internet and the advent of hair loss forums, but specifically the Hair Restoration Network.

The days of picking up the phone book and going to any hair transplant physician are long gone. Now prospective patients are able to see and speak with genuine hair transplant patients in real-time. Through the collective wisdom of past and present-day hair transplant patients, the hair loss community was able to weed out some of the bad apples that poisoned the industry.

After patients began sharing their testimonials online and posting before and after photos of their results, the hair loss forum became a community to share information, credible knowledge, and surgeon accreditation.

Now you can edit your forum profile so that a link to your very own website will be displayed in all of your forum posts. This means your progress posts and blogs will be seen by thousands.


Becoming a part of an interactive hair loss community is crucial for researching surgeons and gaining invaluable knowledge through real-life experiences and testimonials. We all know that the most important aspect to hair transplant surgery is finding the best surgeon for the job.

Creating a patient website allows you to give back to the community.