Why more people are turning to hair transplant surgeryNeil
Why are more and more people turning to hair transplant surgery?
The most common type of hair-loss is male pattern baldness, which according to the NHS, affects around half of men by the age of 50. Yet the reason we say people, and not men, is because women also experience hair-loss and seek solutions. Hair-loss is a commonplace experience but it can cause a lot of upset and disruption to people’s every-day lives due to the way in which it affects people’s confidence. Therefore, it is completely understandable why more people are turning to hair transplant surgery.
Getting hair transplant surgery is becoming a lot more ‘normal’. Recently Prince Harry has been the focus of the press because he is reportedly set to undergo a hair transplant. Other celebrities such as Wayne Rooney, Chris Martin, David Beckham and Matthew McConaughey have also been rumoured to have had transplants in the past.
The increase in numbers of people turning to hair transplant surgery is because there are more clinics becoming available to them. Though hair transplants are becoming more popular this does not mean that it should be a surgery which you should take lightly. Taking the time to do your research before picking a clinic is vital in ensuring that the procedure is completed to a high standard. At UK Hair Transplant we have a team of surgeons on board who are guaranteed to deliver results and are happy to meet you for a consultation before any decisions are made.
At UK Hair Transplant Clinics we aim to suggest a treatment plan which suits your unique situation and ensures that you feel completely confident with the procedure. This is why we offer free consultations with one of our experts who will be able to advice you with the best course of action. It might end up being that you don’t actually need a transplant and one of our other treatment plans are better suited to you, for example hair growth tablets.
If you have any questions or want to book a consultation then feel free to contact us.