Hair Transplant Clinic in Sudbury
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Let our hair transplant experts in Sudbury guide you through restoring your natural hair and your confidence.
When we’re younger we tend to take our hair for granted, so when we’re a bit older and it’s gone, we realise. For a number of people, hair transplants can bring back what looks like a full or fuller head of hair. At FUE Clinics in Sudbury, our hair transplants for both men and women can help to give you newfound confidence. If your hair is thinning or you’re going bald and it’s something that bothers you, FUE Clinics will ensure that you get the hair transplant results you desire. Our hair transplants will give you that new lease of life that you’ve been waiting for. For more information, contact your local hair transplant surgery clinic in Sudbury today.
Why Choose FUE Clinics for Hair Transplant Surgery in Sudbury
Having been at the forefront of medical hair restoration for so many years, we have revolutionised the way that healthcare providers deliver the continuity of care, precision and results that you as a patient not only expect but depend on. We treat all types of hair conditions from alopecia areata, traction alopecia, androgenic alopecia, female pattern baldness, and male pattern baldness. Additionally, we have the technology and advancements in both technique and instrumentation to restore facial hair i.e. Beards and Eyebrows. If you're keen to understand your options, and how FUE Clinics can help to restore your hair, improving your appearance and boosting your confidence. Contact us today and make an appointment to visit us for a FREE* impartial and honest consultation. With absolutely no obligation, it's never been easier to tackle hair loss head-on, confident in the knowledge you’re in safe hands.
Where Are We?
We have a number of clinics across the UK, whilst we don't have directly in Sudbury, we do have a number of clinics situated in the nearby areas. Contact us today to find out more information.
Why choose us?
- Prevent hair loss and promote re-growth with simple medications
- Get your real, natural hair back with FUT and FUE transplants
- One flat fee. No hidden costs and financing options available
- Individual, personalised assistance throughout the process
- Family business with over 10 years of experience
- Success is guaranteed or you get a free re-treatment
How does a hair transplant work?
A hair transplant will take the hair that you have and transfer it to an area where you don’t have any hair Typically it’s taken from the back of your head but can be taken from other parts of your body if necessary. Before starting a transplant, the surgeon will sterilise the area where the hair will be removed and then numb it with a local anaesthetic, you can also request sedation if needed so you will be asleep during the procedure. The surgeon will then perform the transplant, it can be a FUT or a FUE procedure.
The cost of a hair transplant varies from one patient to another and is in most cases impossible to determine without a consultation with one of our specialists.
To accurately determine the true cost of a hair transplant we first need to determine if this form of treatment is the most appropriate in your circumstance. We then need to assess the extent of your thinning/loss, the size of the area that requires treatment and determine which method of hair transplant is preferred or most advantageous. Only then will we be able to definitively offer a cost for the treatment. Analogy: You would not expect a carpet fitter to give you a price to supply and fit carpet for your hall, stairs and landing without first needing to measure up. The same principle applies to hair restoration.
This is one of the two primary hair transplant techniques. It involves the removal of individual hair follicles from the back of your scalp. Once removed the hair follicles are screened under stereo-microscope to check their integrity and then transferred into recipient sites within the area being treated.
This is another of the two primary hair transplant techniques. It involves the safe removal of a narrow strip of tissue that is abundant with hair follicles from the back of your scalp. Once removed the hair follicle rich strip of tissue is dissected under stereo-microscope into individual follicular units and then transferred into recipient sites within the area being treated.
Today FUE and FUT are the 2 most advanced methods of hair restoration to date. FUE involves the removal of hair follicles individually, one at a time. FUT involves the removal of a narrow linear strip of tissue from the back of a patient scalp that is then slithered into individual follicles. At FUE Clinics, we provide our patients with both types of technique from world-leading hair restoration surgeons. We have no biased opinion towards either method, each is amazingly effective at replacing hair. We advise and recommend a particular technique subject to each patient's requirements and overall expectations.
Every sufferer of hair loss is different, whether it be:
Level or advancement of thinning/loss Type of hair e.g straight, wavy, curly or Afro-Caribbean Size of head/scalp Potential donor area size Amount of restoration required Pattern of thinning/loss Budget
Hair plugs can be categorised by a small grouping of hairs or hair follicles. The word hair plug has a poor association with older hair transplant methods pre 90’s that refer to a large grouping of hair follicles that resulted in poor results and dolls hair/plug appearance.
Hair growth can be optimised by ensuring you maintain both a healthy diet and lifestyle. The aim should be to ensure you promote circulation and consume sufficient vitamins/minerals and protein. It is also essential to maintain a healthy hormone balance in the body.
The most effective ways to prevent hair loss is to begin effective treatment during the early phases and hair thinning. Once hair is lost the only way to restore hair is through hair transplantation. Currently, the most successful forms of treatment for male pattern baldness are Propecia, Avodart, Minoxidil and Revivogen. You should consult a hair restoration specialist to determine if they will be suitable in your specific case.
Women can lose hair for a variety of reasons. The most common causes can be Thyroid disorders, PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome), childbirth, hormonal contraceptives, dieting (vitamin/mineral deficiencies), stress and menopause. Women may also experience hair loss due to Androgenic Alopecia similar to that in men.
Today, there are very few negative long term effects to hair transplantation other than the potential for numbness and indistinguishable scarring at the donor area. It is important to be aware that the major long-term effect to a hair transplant is the elimination of thinning/balding in an area that concerns you. The result of this can be improved confidence, a younger-looking appearance and increased happiness and well-being.
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