Understanding hair loss
The most common form of premature hair loss is androgenic alopecia, which in men is known as male pattern baldness (MPB) and in women, it is known as female pattern baldness (FPB).
- FUE Hair Transplant
- Eyebrow Restoration
- Female Hair Loss Surgery
- Body Hair Transplant
- Beard-Moustache Transplant
- Hair Transplant Repair
Time varies depending upon the technique being used, total area, number of grafts and total number of sittings.
We will educate you how to take care of grafts in the first few weeks, with instructions for washing your hair and medication to manage any initial discomfort.
At times, patients experience bleeding, itching, swelling and bruising. With the correct aftercare, the effects lasts just a couple of days or weeks at most.
Yes but by far the most common form of premature hair loss is androgenic alopecia, which in men is known as male pattern baldness (MPB). MPB will affect up to 70% of men at some stage in their lifetimes. Androgenic alopecia is surprisingly common in women, female pattern baldness (FPB), affecting some 30% of the female population at some stage in their lives.
You will be informed, before you opt for surgery, the honest and realistic results to expect and achieve your hair restoration goals. The results will depend upon various factors.
FUE will leave only tiny dotted scars where individual follicular units have been taken from the scalp, a small linear scar where the donor strip is taken from the scalp.
The age of results will depend on the patient’s age, type of hair, lifestyle and regular hair care. A hair transplant can offer a lifetime of healthy hair but it is not guaranteed.
The cost varies according to the procedure. During an initial consultation, the assessment is done, followed by a recommended treatment, procedure breakdown and total cost.