The reason for your hair loss is not the same as the people you pass in the gym or greet in the lift. In fact, hair loss is as diverse as snowflakes. The hair on your head is different from that of your mother’s or brother’s. And the effects of styling or lifestyle will show in various ways. Two biologically related men won’t even show male pattern baldness in quite the same way.


So, it shouldn’t be surprising that everyone needs a different treatment. Now, this doesn’t mean that there are millions of procedures available – and you should probably steer clear of anyone that claims this. But there are a few, and there is one that’s right for you.


In some cases, this does mean surgery.


Wait, don’t run away yet. We’re talking about out-patient surgery and serious, lasting results.


If you’re concerned about your appearance or hair loss, you have to know what transplant surgery is all about. Sometimes, the non-surgical options just won’t work for your hair loss.


Hair Restoration Surgery


Except for Alopecia Totalis and Alopecia Universalis, most people that experience balding still have hair follicles producing healthy hair somewhere on their head. (Think of those funny rings at the back of the scalp covered in bushy hair.) If that’s you, hair restoration surgery could be the answer to all your woes.


The procedure is relatively straightforward. Specialists remove small grafts from the areas still experiencing growth. These are split into even smaller grafts allowing hair roots to be transplanted into tiny slits, just big enough for hair follicles. With local anaesthetic, this process is painless.


The donor areas are stitched closed, and the receiving areas of your scalp actually heal themselves as the proteins in your scalp act as natural glue. Within twelve days, you shouldn’t even notice that there was any surgery done on your head.


Of course, you won’t have the hair you want… yet. Hair has a cycle of growth, dormancy and, yes, loss. Maneuvering the hair follicles into the right position on your head sends them into dormancy. The hairs that made the journey will fall out within two months.


And then? New growth occurs a few months later. It will look as though your hair has just started growing again, perhaps on its own. (That gives you time to hit the gym while you wait.)


Your hair restoration specialist will tell you what to expect and when to expect it. And, they may also suggest complementary non-surgical treatments to help your hair along its path to regrowth. They’ll also share the incredible results we’ve experienced using surgical treatment to restore hair to those that have been living in despair for far too long. That’s what’s important, isn’t it? Regaining the confidence and life you’ve always wanted. Well that, and perhaps having one up on your brother that’s experiencing an entirely different type of hair loss.