We offer advanced hair transplant techniques
Delivered by a consultant plastic surgeon: fully trained in the UK with a UK certificate of training (CCT), on the GMC plastic surgery specialist register and a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Plast)
Our dedicated facility is approved by the CQC
A treatment plan tailored to your needs
Our advanced state of the art techniques ensure you have a natural looking outcome
The consultation is done with a consultant plastic surgeon. The surgeon will devise a detailed treatment plan to help you achieve the best possible results. During your consultation, you will be advised on how many grafts are required to achieve a pleasing aesthetic outcome.
We also offer Skype sessions.
We receive clients from all over the country and abroad, so we are prepared to arrange for transport and accommodation if required. We always have a “cooling off” period of at least 2 weeks between the consultation and the procedure to allow you the time to reflect upon everything we discussed.
The procedure is comfortably done under local anaesthesia. You are able to go home the same day.
We take pride in what we do and look after our clients. We will call you in the evening and the following day to ensure you are ok. All your follow up visits are included in your treatment plan. You will be given a contact number to contact us anytime if you have any questions.
We utilise FUE (follicular unit extraction) for our hair transplant. Our technique offers a very natural hair line appearance with natural direction of hair growth. The FUE technique leaves no obvious scars. We also offer PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections which can encourage more hair growth
This technique has the following advantages:
- No stitches
- No visible scar
- Only high-quality hairs are extracted
- The number of grafts extracted is tailored to your needs
- Minimal risk of infection
What is FUE Hair Transplant?
FUE stands for follicular unit extraction. We harvest hair follicles from the back of the scalp and transplant them to the bald areas
Is everyone suitable for hair transplant?
No. It depends on the hair quality and density of the donor site at the back of the scalp.
How will you know how many grafts I need?
This will be decided during your consultation. It depends on the bald area and the hair density
How long will I need to be off work for?
The procedure is done under local anaesthesia. You can return back to light duties after 48 hours. You can return to strenuous activities after 3 weeks
What is PRP?
PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. Blood is mainly made up of a liquid called plasma. Blood also contains cells such as red cells, white cells and platelets. Platelets contain proteins (called growth factors) which are crucial for wound healing and can endorse hair growth. PRP is plasma with many more platelets than what is in your blood. PRP is prepared from your own blood and injected into the scalp to endorse hair growth.
Is hair transplant for men only?
This is a myth. Women can also have hair transplant. The type of hair loss in women is different to men. Women tend to have thinning of hair in the centre of the scalp while men tend to have thinning at the front of the scalp.
Will I be able to contact my doctor after the procedure?
Of course! You will be given contact details and emergency numbers to contact us any time.
What are the possible risks of this procedure?
Hair transplant is generally a safe procedure. However, as with any medical procedure, there are possible risks including:
Bruising/ bleeding: Minor bleeding is common after hair transplant. This usually stops on its own.
Scarring: The technique we use results in inconspicuous scarring. The quality of scarring will also depend on your wound healing and smoking status.
Numbness: There can be numbness to some patches of scalp skin. This is usually temporary. Rarely this numbness can be permanent.
Infection: risk of infection is uncommon after this procedure
Need for further procedures/ patchy hair: this depends on how well your hair grafts take. Sometimes this is caused by thinning of non-transplanted hair.
Failure of hair transplant to take: A few weeks after your surgery, the transplanted hair will start to fall off. This is normal as the hair roots stay in the scalp and start producing new hairs. Not all of the transplanted grafts take; the ones that don’t take won’t produce new hairs.
The hair follicles are transplanted to the bald areas with precision. We aim for a natural inconspicuous look