The Harley Street Hair Clinic in Central London provides minimally-invasive, scar-free hair restoration. One of Europe's most advanced clinics in the field of hair restoration it specialises in the FT (follicular transfer) technique as well as medications, eyebrow reconstruction and scar repair.
Are you looking for a minimally-invasive, scar-free technique hair restoration clinic, pushing the limits of what medicine can do to solve hair loss and seeking perfection with each and every case? The Harley Street Hair Clinic is one of Europe's most advanced clinics in the field of hair restoration and hair loss education including scientific research.
World class hair loss treatment in London
The Doctors and Consultants at The Harley Street Hair Clinic are developed and trained worldwide to ensure that patients benefit from the latest medical technology available. The clinic invests in research to continually enhance and develop treatments to help maintain and restore hair.
Hair restoration treatment in Harley Street
The Harley Street Hair Clinic specialises in FT (follicular transfer); minimally invasive surgery that has shortened recovery time and lessened the risk of complications. The FT technique evolved from the pioneering work done by Dr Woods, Dr Inaba and Dr Rassman with FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) that involves extracting follicles one by one from the donor area to be then replanted into a patient's balding area.
The potential of the FT technique has enabled the natural reconstruction of balding areas with specialised follicle extraction and placement techniques. The clinic's custom built micro-surgical tools ensure each follicular group of hair is precisely removed one by one with no extra tissue or damage to the surrounding skin. The hairs are then placed and grouped in natural orientation with a combination of artistry and the skill of talented and experienced doctors.
Hair replacement for hair loss problems
There are a number of factors that can result in or affect problematic hair loss
. The effect and form of hair loss vary depending on the individual and culture. Physical, psychological, emotional and even environmental factors can all contribute. Generally speaking the more common factors are both general and specific to genders, but causes of hair loss
can also be related to Male Testosterone, Thyroid Problems, Stress Factors, Diet, Free Radical Damage, etc.
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The Harley Street Hair Clinic is the only hair loss clinic in the United Kingdom that specialises in FT (follicular transfer).
This minimally invasive hair surgery has shortened recovery time and lessened the risk of complications. Similar techniques have become a standard offering in the field, but only a few surgeons have mastered the procedure in all its aspects as the technique takes years to perfect and a lot of practice.
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Medications for hair loss
There are a few medications that have been proven to halt hair loss, or even reverse the balding effects of hair loss. Two main medications include finasteride (commonly known as Propecia) and dutasteride (known as Avodart). Both of these medications have proven very effective in clinical trials for re-growing thinning hair at the top of the scalp. In Propecia, some clinical studies have shown that as many as 80% of the users saw a significant decrease in the appearance of their baldness after use of the medicine.
Eyebrows can be missing for a number of reasons, mostly from over plucking, alopecia, scars caused through facial injury or burning, or age.
With single hair grafts, prepared under the microscope, eyebrows can be created or made denser. The results are dramatic and undetectable. Surgical scars from facelifts and brow lifts can also be corrected in the same manner.
Scars on the hairy part of the scalp or eyebrows can have a significant effect on one's appearance. Some scars are small and easy to hide, while others may be in need of scar repair. In some cases the person with scalp scarring can use hair styling to make the scars cosmetically invisible. However, the size and placement of some scars may make them impossible to disguise with hair styling.
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