New photographs of Northern Irish actor James Nesbitt have emerged showing him with a much thicker and fuller head of hair after he admitted to undergoing a hair transplant to restore his receding hairline.
Like most men, the 45 year old became concerned over the state of his thinning locks confessing that he became fixated with his hair and had a fear of going bald.
In a video about hair transplants the talented actor said: “Several years ago, I began losing my hair and like a lot of men it was a major concern to me, in fact it was practically an obsession. But, also I’m an actor so I’m in the public eye a lot and I really felt that my hair loss could affect my career prospects.
“… 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.”
For many men the thinning of their hair can be life changing and in some cases lead to bouts of depression as well as feelings of self consciousness and a loss of confidence.
In extreme cases male hair loss can start as early as the teenage years but for most it develops in their late twenties or thirties with hair most commonly disappearing from the temples and crown of the head.
For those that are worried about their hair, The Hospital Group, the UK’s number one hair transplant provider, offers a range of follicular hair techniques.
A spokesperson from UK hair transplant leadss The Hospital Group said: “For both women and men the loss of hair can be a very emotional and traumatic experience which can be hard to deal with. It can cause people to feel self conscious and lead to loss of self esteem but The Hospital Group can provide expert advice with experienced hair transplant surgeons.
“Hair transplants are becoming increasingly popular and the techniques used have advanced substantially. At The Hospital Group only state-of-the-art techniques are used to achieve the best possible results and men and women are now keen to benefit from the amazing results of hair restoration that are on offer.”