Some people want minimum disruption in their lives, in fact some people don’t even tell their close friends that they are getting a non-surgical hair transplant. They are so private that they want to see if anyone notices and mentions to them about the appearance of thicker, glossier hair. Patients talk about stress and how this affects their skin, hair and general wellbeing. Everyone has such busy lives and they are all feeling the pinch financially, but this does have an impact on your appearance.
Where people may be affected is when they work in the public eye, it could be that you are on TV, Radio or have an important high-profile job. You may need to look your absolute best, all the time. The media can be quite cruel, you don’t want them talking about your bald patch appearing and ridiculing, apart from being cruel, it is not good for your career.
To get a hair transplant is easy, you need to make an appointment to speak to a Trichologist who will assess the hair follicle and scalp, then when the results are in and the circumstances clear a few options will be presented to you for consideration. The cost of the hair transplant varies depending on the size of area (to be treated) the number of treatments (over a period of time) and how many people will be involved in the process. For example, you could be in a clinic for the entire day with 2 or 3 people working on your scalp. Time costs money.
If you want to speak to a professional Trichologist, we recommend this clinic. They are very knowledgeable and will offer you the best advice. The first meeting is FREE of charge and they have no expectation that you will book, you will not be pressured and you can rest assured that they will help you.