Hair Replacement in London

POSTED: 26 November 2012

The treatments available for hair loss patients in London have just expanded thanks to a new technique that has proved successful for restoring over-plucked eyebrows. Until now, hair replacement in London has focussed solely on treating thinning or balding on the head.

Contrary to popular belief, hair loss is just as common in men as it is in women, but the pattern of hair loss is different. Men tend to have receding hair at the temples and balding at the crown, whereas the hair loss women experience is a more general thinning over the whole area, and therefore less noticeable. The eyebrow transplants are aimed mostly at a female clientele who have over-plucked their brows to the extent that these hairs no longer grow. The new transplants give results that are far more natural than other methods such as cosmetic tattoos or the application of an eyebrow pencil, and are therefore set to be a popular option for patients in London.

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