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Hair replacement hair transplant hair loss and thinning
 


HAIR REPLACEMENT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. Will my additional hair be natural looking?
A. With the technological advances that have been made, especially over the last five years your hair will be indistinguishable from your own growing hair.

Q. Can I shampoo my replacement hair as normal?
A. Once again, new technology has made this possible. After swimming, taking part in any active sports or during showering simply shampoo the replacement hair as you nomally would your own hair.

Q. ARE THERE ANY RESTRICTIONS?
A.Your new hair will become part of your every day life just as your existing hair was. Simply shampoo, brush, comb and style you hair as you did previously.

Q. is my new hair replacement secure?
A. This is one of the most frequently asked questions, and the answer is - 100% YES!

Q. how is this done?
A. I believe answering this on a website does not do the answer justice. This is a personal decision and is entirely dependent on one's lifestyle and choice. It will be fully described and demonstrated to you during your FREE consultation. Whilst we can advise you an all of the apsects, we always bear in mind that the final decision is yours.

HAIR TRANSPLANT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. Is this a painful procedure?
A. Local anaesthetic permits painless removal of grafts and the re-siting of grafts in their new permanent area.

q. Is theRE a possibility of scarring?
A. There is no possibility. This idea is simply scaremongering by company's who only provide Hair Replacement Products and has no foundation.

The original hair transplant was was a technique called punch grafting. It was successful but not as totally natural looking as follicular mini grafting which was introduced by our surgeon Dr. Michael May almost 20 years ago.

In the seventies and early eighties, punch grafting was practised world-wide and a small number of patients had unsatisfactory results due to
(a) being accepted for treatment when they were not suitable
(b) being treated by an unskilled practitioner
(c) treatment was not as strictly regulated as it is today.

Now every aspect is considered before you will be accepted. During your initial free consultation your suitability will be assessed. A prognosis will then be given of your expectations and the cost of the procedure and we will then arrange a
private consultation with our surgeon. Your complete satisfaction is paramount to us as it has been since 1976.

Q. How frequently may the operation be performed
A. It is preferable that 3-6 months is allowed between sessions to permit the blood supply to become established.

Q. How should the patient prepare himself for the operation?
A. Very little preparation is necessary. The patient should shampoo the hair the night before, get a good nights rest, avoid over indulgence in food or drink but eat a normal breakfast. A mild tranquilliser may be prescribed for the apprehensive patient before the first procedure.

Q. Should I have a haircut immediately before the operation?
A. This depends on the length of your normal hairstyle and you will be advised during your FREE consultation.

Q. What medical conditions should the physician know about?
A. The patient should tell the physician of any unusual physical conditions and particularly any history of abnormal bleeding, haemophilia, epilepsy, allergic reactions to drugs or any drugs being taken to thin the blood.

Q. what happens when the patient leaves the clinic?
A. No bandage is worn, the recipient area is washed on the third day. patients may usually resume their normal activities the next day, unless this involves strenuous exertion.

Q. Can a hairpiece be worn after the operation?
A. If you already wear a hairpiece - yes.

Q. How long will transplanted hair last?
A. The transplants that we performed 35 years ago in our Bath Street Clinic are still growing today. The comedian and entertainer Clem Dane had our punch graft technique in 1976. The hair is still growing today and he calls in to have his hair cut regularly.

Q. How long does it take for the transplanted hair to grow?
A. The hair starts to grow between twelve and sixteen weeks.


HAIR REgrowth FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q. ARE THE MEDICATIONS APPLIED TO MY SCALP SAFE?
A. We only apply the most advanced hair regrowth medications which are fully approved by the American F.D.A. We also stock a complete range of natural La Biosthetiques Hair Care products from France which are only available to clinics with a fully trained Tricholigist.

Q. IS THE LASER COMPLETELY SAFE?

A. Our bio laser is registered and approved as a Hospital standard laser. It’s a cold beam laser and the massage and
application in our comfortable medical chair are very relaxing.

Q. WHAT RESULTS SHOULD I EXPECT?
A. We treat many conditions of hair loss and scalp conditions. During your free qualified consultation every aspect will be fully explained you.



 

West Regent Street Clinic, 79 West Regent Street, Glasgow G2 2AW
T.0141 332 9565 / 0141 332 3904 F.0141 332 6589
email - enquiries@westregentstreet.co.uk

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