Harley Street Hair Clinic: Hair RestorationTreatment in London
Located in Central London, Harley Street Hair Clinic is one of the most advanced clinics for hair restoration in Europe. They offer their patients minimally-invasive and scarless hair restoration.
With the continual development of hair transplant techniques, Harley Street Hair Clinic aim to ensure that they are leaders of the hair transplant industry. To guarantee that their patients benefit from the most up to date medical technology that is available, all their doctors and consultants have been trained across the globe. All procedures undertaken at the clinic are performed by their GMCregistered doctors, who are highly skilled and experienced in treating hair loss.
Hair restoration treatment
Hair loss can occur as a result of a number of different
factors including environmental, emotional and physical factors. The Harley
Street Hair Clinic provide an extensive range of services for managing hair loss.
During your personal consultation, a member of their team
will discuss the range of options available to you. Every consultation is personalised and
tailored to meet your requirements. Their
large client base has included a wide spectrum of different kinds of hair loss including,
hair loss as a result of:
- Hormonal changes
- Nervous habits
Solutions for hair loss
Harley Street Hair Clinic offer a number of hair loss
- Follicular Transfer
- Eyebrow reconstruction
- Scar repair
Harley Street Hair Clinic specialise in follicular transfer
(FT), which is an innovative technique in hair loss treatment that provides
patients with a natural result. Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) involves
extracting the follicles individually with no extra tissue or creating damage
to the surrounding skin. The hairs are then placed on the balding areas of the
scalp. This is an extremely efficient form of hair replacement as none of the
hairs that are extracted are wasted.
Before and after hair restoration treatment at the Harley Street Hair Clinic
Hair loss medication
A few medications have been proven to stop hair loss and
some even reverse the balding effect. Finasteride
and dustasteride have had proven success in re-growing thinning hair at the top
of the scalp. Some clinical trials found that up to 80% of participants noticed
considerable reduction in their baldness after they had used Propecia.
However, though there is proof that these medications have
been successful, there is evidence that shows they have little effect on
re-growth of the front of the hairline. Patients are often recommended to take
medication to slow down hair loss, and then use other methods such as a hair
transplants to help replace hair that won’t grow on its own.
Prices for eyebrow reconstruction range from £2,500 to
£4,500, depending on the number of hair required. The procedure is very
delicate and requires the doctor to perfectly place the hairs into the tiny
incisions. As the procedure is microsurgical, it requires no stitches and the
patient’s eyebrow should grow naturally with no side effects.
For some patients, small scars can be easily hidden by
changing their hairstyle. For others, the size or placement of the scar can
make it impossible, which means they may be in need of a scar repair. Restoring
hair for a scarred scalp is a delicate procedure that requires careful
examination, and consideration for a number of issues that can influence the
viability and overall outcome of surgical success. Factors that should be
Scalp thickness plays an important role in the success of a
hair transplant. Very thick scar tissue can limit transplanted hair follicles’
access to blood vessels. However, very thin scar tissue can make it too
difficult for follicles to hold.
The scalp’s blood supply is an important factor to consider
as any hair follicles that have been transplanted need a blood supply in order
for them to survive.
- For patients who have an underlying chronic inflammatory
disease, most doctors would not recommend a hair transplant if the disease was
active. Ideally, it is recommended that there is a minimum of two years of
disease inactivity before undergoing a hair transplant.
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