Who Can Have Hair Restoration Treatment?

POSTED: 02 December 2012

If you are looking for a fresh start in life at the beginning of 2013, it may be time to boost your self confidence and seriously consider investing in hair restoration treatment. Losing your hair can be extremely traumatic and may cause significant body image issues. For every Prince William who is seemingly content to live with his increasingly rapid hair loss, there are thousands of others such as Wayne Rooney who would rather sport a full head of hair once more. After all, first impressions count for a lot, and you do not want people to think that you look much older than you actually are due to possessing a receding hair line.

Fortunately, there are now proven and safe hair transplantation procedures which will help you regain a full head of hair and shave years off your appearance. However, hair loss is not just a problem for men. Women can also suffer from severe hair loss issues although this is not as widely talked about in the media. Here at Crown Clinic we offer a range of hair loss treatment for women services which will serve as a way of boosting up your body confidence once again.

Anyone who suffers from permanent hair loss may be a suitable candidate for hair restoration surgery. If you fall into one of the following groups it may be well worth giving us a call and speaking to one of our friendly and professional staff who can answer some of your initial questions before arranging a consultation appointment with our superb doctors. Contact us today if you fall into one of the following categories:

Men with male pattern baldness.
Women with female pattern hair loss.
Men or women who want to restore or change the shape of their hairline.
People with areas of scarring from injuries or ‘scarring’ skin diseases.
People who have experienced some hair loss after surgery such as face lift procedures.
People who want to thicken or restore eyebrows, eyelashes, and beards.
Men and women who want hair in an area where they have little or no hair.

Indeed, ‘The Guardian’ has recently reported that the number of men who are seeking beard and facial hair implants is increasing in countries such as Turkey. The article explains that:

"Both in Turkey and in Arab countries facial hair is associated with masculinity, and its lack can cause social difficulties. In Turkish there is a word for it: köse – baldness of the face – and it is usually not considered a good thing. Businessmen come to get beard and moustache implants, because they say that business partners do not take them seriously if they don't sport facial hair."

However, there is no need to risk going to Turkey to receive hair transplants. It is far safer to use clinical surgeons who are fully qualified and operate in the highest standards of surgeries possible. Talk to us today to find out what hair restoration procedures could suit you.

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