Hair loss surgery is a procedure used to target female or male baldness which has occurred from the hair thinning, alopecia, stress or to fill in scars caused by an accident. It is becoming increasingly popular due to the quick recovery time, and minimal pain.
If you opt to have a FUE hair transplant London, here are five things you'll realise when the treatment is done:
1. You've gained confidence
The majority of people who have received hair loss treatment state that, not only does it boost your self-esteem and confidence, but could potentially be life-changing. Actor James Nesbitt told his fans, "I have had two hair transplants and I am very pleased with the results. In fact, I’d go as far as to say they’ve changed my life."
2. The FUE procedure isn't invasive
FUE hair transplants are minimally invasive and don’t require general anaesthetic. Natural hair groupings are removed surgically, directly from the back and sides of the head, one at a time, and re-inserted into the specific area that requires them. The procedure causes some bleeding but has a relatively quick recovery time.
3. Age is just a number
More and more young people are opting for this surgery due to early male pattern baldness. Androgenic alopecia is an extremely common condition, affecting two-thirds of men, and can start as early as twenty years old.
George Sampson, a winner of Britain's Got Talent, had a hair transplant at the age of 23. On Twitter, he said: “I want my own hair. I am only 23 and balding seems like something which happens to older men, so I decided to go through with the transplant.”
4. It has growing popularity with celebrities
Celebrities such as Jake Quickenden, Wayne Rooney and James Nesbitt have all been open on social media and have spoken positively about their hair loss treatment. Facebook and Instagram have all been used as a platform for their experiences.
5. You'll wish you had done it sooner
Once you see the results from the treatment, you will regret not getting it done sooner! The hair will grow exactly like normal hair, and it's permanent, meaning it will not fall out in a year. It should restore your self-confidence and have a positive impact on your life.
If you want to find out more about hair loss treatment, get in touch with us at the Chiswick Hair Clinic and we'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.