If you’re going to take the leap and pay for a hair transplant to fix your hair loss, you want to be sure it is going to last, right? Well, there is two sides to every coin – you’ll want a good hair transplant to last. You certainly don’t want to be one of those unfortunate people who end up with a bad hair transplant because, good or bad, the result from a hair transplant is will last a lifetime.
So how do you achieve a totally natural-looking hair replacement that you can enjoy permanently? We’ll explain why Gro microsurgery hair transplants in Manchester are considered a lifetime solution to hair loss and how to achieve a hair transplant so good that nobody (not even your barber) will be able to tell that you’ve even had the procedure done.
Have you ever wondered why your hairline recedes or the hair on your crown falls out, but the hair on the rest of your scalp and body doesn’t? Male pattern baldness takes an observable shape. Most cases are the result of inheriting a sensitivity to certain hormones, namely dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Follicles that are extracted for use in a Gro hair transplant are taken from the side and back of your scalp. The follicles in these areas are resistant to hair loss, therefore the transplanted grafts continue to produce hair for life.
A Gro hair transplant allows you to re-grow your own hair, permanently. It maybe that you want your hair to be like it was when you were younger. Or, you might have always had a receding hairline and Gro will build a natural looking hairline for you. To do this, Gro hair restoration procedures only use your own hair from your head, therefore there’s no risk of your scalp “rejecting” the new hair as it comes from you. We take hair grafts from the back and sides of the scalp (areas that are resistant to balding) and implant them into the treatment area to add density to thinning areas, to fill in bald areas and strengthen or redesign a receding hairline.
During the microsurgery, the extracted follicles are kept in a special liquid (the same one used for organ transplants) at a specific temperature with the least amount of handling, this allows Gro to achieve graft survival rates consistently above 95%. Our industry-leading follicle survival rate means less hairs can be needed, in contrast to a clinic that only achieves somewhere between 50% and 90% follicle survival rates. This in turn saves you time and money on your hair transplant.
A Gro microsurgery hair transplant is guaranteed to look natural. Our highly skilled hair transplant surgeons implant the hairs individually at the same angle as your other ahirs. This gives you the correct direction and density required to achieve a perfectly natural looking result. To correct a receding hairline, the surgeon will first draw a new hairline that complements your individual facial structure and symmetry. Once you are happy with the position and contour of the new hair line your surgery can begin.
Extraction of the follicles is undertaken with such fine tools (no scalpels) that there is no detectable scarring, even with a short haircut.
When choosing a hair restoration clinic, it is imperative that you do your research. Some of the work we do at Gro is correction work from other clinics in the UK and other countries in Europe – fixing the mistakes from international and domestic clinics that have resulted in a poor or unnatural outcome. This type of work is challenging and is not always possible, especially if you don’t have enough hair follicles in your donor area (sides and back of your head). That is why it is so important to choose a reputable clinic that you can have follow up appointments with in person.
At Gro, we require you to come in for a consultation so we can diagnose your hair loss correctly and discuss with you the best hair restoration options available. If a hair transplant is a correct solution for you, we will discuss with you what to the process will be, what to expect and answer all of your questions.
If you haven’t yet had a consultation with a hair growth specialist, you can book an online video consultation, or call us on 0161 839 3769.