Andy Murray’s Wimbledon crown could do with a top-up!
You may have seen pictures of the former Wimbledon tennis champion Andy Murray accepting the freedom of Stirling at a ceremony this week.
The pictures of the 26-year-old tennis ace showed that he was developing male pattern baldness around his crown.
You can view the pictures of Andy here:
It is not unusual for men to start losing their hair as early as 26 - as Wayne Rooney and the Duke of Cambridge know only too well!
A balding crown was a problem faced by one of Crown Clinic's celebrity clients, the BBC1 property presenter Martin Roberts.
Martin, 49, came to the Crown Clinic for a hair transplant because he had become self-conscious about the growing bald spot on his crown when he was presenting his hit show, Homes Under The Hammer.
Our surgeon Asim Shahmalak was only too happy to help out Martin - and explained how lots of celebrities use Crown Clinic because it is important that they look good when they are in the public eye.
Martin had a FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) procedure - similar to the two hair transplants operations performed on Calum Best at Crown Clinic. Wayne Rooney has had two FUEs as well.
You can read more about how Martin Roberts benefited from his hair transplant operation in the Daily Express this week. Take a look at the before and after pictures as his new hair grew back - the results are startling.