FAQ About the Procedure
We have a team of 18 nurses and technicians who are highly skilled in these techniques
Most commonly affects scalp and beard hair but can also affect other areas of hair on the body.
The medical term for male pattern baldness is Androgenetic Alopecia
Complications / Risks
Normally without significant risks or complications. As with any surgery, there are some risks
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FUT or FUE
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Male pattern balding is genetic and can be inherited from either parent
The Norwood Classification is the most commonly used for male pattern baldness
In the case of most men with hair loss the condition is hereditary.
Hair Shedding “Effluvium”
Caused by factors such as childbirth, crash diets, thyroid conditions, drugs and anaemia.
Following these post-operative instructions is essential to achieve the best results
We advise patients to attend a pre-operative appointment prior to surgery
Patients undergoing an FUT procedure should carry out a scalp massage twice a day for as long as possible
What is a Hair Transplant?
Prior to making the incisions the surgeon will already have planned the hair transplant design
Work / Exercise
The return to work depends on the exact type of procedure performed and the type of work you do
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