If possible, the first person you should turn to is your GP and, depending on their findings, you may be referred to a dermatologist (skin specialist doctor), endocrinologist (hormone specialist doctor) or gynaecologist.
If you get referred to us, or you do not wish to see your GP about this, we will arrange for you to consult with a trusted trichologist (hair and scalp specialist) and if indicated, Dr Bhatty as well. We will need to take a detailed medical, drug and family history and conduct an examination of your hair and scalp.
It is most likely that you will need some blood tests: full blood count, glucose, serum ferritin (iron stores), thyroid hormones and, where relevant, gestational hormone levels amongst others. The treatment you require, whether medical, surgical or simply cosmetic, then depends on the identified cause of the hair loss.
In many cases where there is permanent hair loss and a sufficient area of normal hair growth, hair transplantation can be contemplated once any underlying problem has been treated.
What happens next?
One very important aspect of your treatment is its planning. To this end, during your consultation, you will be taken through the pros and cons of the options open to you, so that you are in a position to make an informed choice.
Some women are more suited to surgical treatment than others (and some are not suitable candidates at all). We shall endeavour to give you as realistic a picture as possible of the type of result you can expect from your treatment, whether it be surgical or non-surgical.
To book your personal & private consultation with our Hair Transplant Surgeon Dr Bhatty, please call us on 0191 284 1355 or
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Why is hair transplant surgery the most efficient treatment for hair loss?
Hair transplant, hair restoration or hair implantation is the medical procedure of permanently restoring hair by transplanting new follicles into balding or thinning areas. Simply said, healthy hair is taken from other areas of the body, most often the back or the sides of the head. The number of grafts needed is unique for every patient, as well as the size of the area being treated.
What could hair transplant actually mean to you?
Most of us take thick hair for granted – until it’s gone. Hair transplant may bring back your more desirable look, but what’s the most important is what happens on an emotional plane – a person restores confidence and is more joyful, since hair loss may be a major psychological obstacle to leading a more active social and business life.
It’s time to turn the page
Hair transplants aren’t reserved for rich elite anymore. Development of modern technologies made hair transplants affordable to everyone.
Even if you think your situation and circumstances are unique and complicated, they may not be as unique as you think. We have helped clients with all kinds of different special circumstances and we are absolutely confident that we can help you in your time of need.
The techniques we use
We offer two types of hair transplant surgery that are performed under local anesthetic to avoid any discomfort during the procedure.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE):
Small groupings of healthy hair are plucked from back or side of the head and transplanted into the area of hair loss. There’s no scarring and it’s usually completed in one morning or afternoon session.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT):
Each individual hair follicle is dissected under magnification. Fine incisions are made and each follicle is planted in the area of loss. With follicular hair transplantation more hair can be transplanted within the procedure time, giving effective results faster.
At your free consultation, our specialists will discuss both options with you and advise you as to which option would best suit you and your circumstances.
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