Calum Best Chooses Crown Clinic For His Hair Transplant

POSTED: 25 January 2013

It was wonderful to welcome  Calum Best - the son of Manchester United soccer legend George Best - to the Crown Clinic.

Calum - a successful model and actor - has been losing his hair since his early 20s and wanted us to boost his hairline.

We used the same Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique that was used on Wayne Rooney and then, with Calum's approval, we shared the story with media.

We got an amazing response to the article with big headlines all over the UK and Ireland, where Calum was starring in a major reality TV show.

Calum's story was very prominent on the biggest newspaper website in the world, Mail Online, which has a monthly audience of 114 million!

His story was also featured in the Sun, the Daily Mirror, the Daily Star and Manchester Evening News amongst others.

Thank-you so much for coming to the Crown Clinic, Calum - you are welcome back any time. 

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