Fue Hair Transplant

Can I meet previous patients?

Yes, and we encourage you to research the limitations and possibilities of hair transplantation and can support you in making the correct decisions for you. Please notify us should you want to meet with one of our clients, who can answer any questions you have. This can be anything from the procedure itself, or the end results.

Do you have Q&A sessions?

Yes we do have open forums, this gives our clients opportunities to ask any questions that they have about FUE procedures. For more information on Q&A sessions, drop us an email [email protected]

How much does a FUE Procedure Cost?

The cost of the procedure depends on the number of required grafts and the complexity of the area to be transplanted. All costs quoted include check-ups and post-operative medications & treatment. Repair cases are complex and a speciality at the clinic. We require to carry out a full medical examination before we will confirm definitive costs.

Where is the Procedure Performed?

The Procedure is performed at our clinic, where you will feel at home and comfortable. You will have the choice to watch a film on our TV/IPAD.

Do you offer Finance Facilities?

No, we do not offer Finance options, this was too costly for our clients, so we made the decision to stop finance payments. You can however make installed payments prior to your surgery date.

Do I have to cut my hair short?

In certain cases we will cut the hair short depending on the required number of grafts. However, in short cases such as more density, you can choose to keep your hair longer.

Am I a suitable candidate for an FUE?

We always advise arranging a free consultation as there are many variables to investigate including your age, family history of hair loss, and type of hair loss. These factors determine your overall suitability for treatment, we will always do the right thing for our clients and advise accordingly.

How long before I see the end results?

The transplanted hair will begin to shed at 3-6 weeks post procedure and will then take a further 2-4 months to start re-growing. At around the 6-month stage we expect the regrowth to be at the 50% completion stage and the final result is achieved at 12-14 months. The progress can vary depending on the individual, we always recommend you have a 6 month catch up at the clinic so we can review the progress.

Will the results looks natural?

We have a strict protocol that ensures we only have certified doctors completing the extraction to ensure the naturalness of the final result. The FUE hair transplant procedure requires excellent surgical skills and natural artistic flair and we encourage our clients to visit our before and after photos on our website and Instagram.

Are there any risks, or impacts to my health in having a FUE procedure?

The FUE procedure is a very safe and minimally invasive procedure under local anaesthetic. There are very few potential health risks and, as with any surgical procedure, we take full medical precautions including ECG tests & a 15-minute medical examination prior to your procedure to ensure your safety.

What is Shock loss?

Shock loss is the loss of pre-existing or transplanted hair due to the trauma of a surgical procedure. The incidences of shock loss are rare, and any hair loss caused is temporary and normal growth returns after a period of 1-2 months. Shock loss is a potential side effect of transplantation and is minimised by the expertise of our experienced medical team.

How long does the procedure take to complete?

The duration of the procedure is usually 6-8 hours for a one day session and for a 2 day session 12-16 hours in total. Within this time you have regular breaks your lunch and breaks to check your phone etc. The procedure timeframes are based purely on the number of grafts required.

Is the Procedure Painful?

The procedure is relatively painless as we administer local anaesthesia to mitigate any discomfort. The initial first couple of injections can cause mild discomfort, however once administered the procedure is pain free.

Can I read a book, or watch TV?

Yes this is possible at the implantation stage of the procedure but we advise listening to music via your phone or watch a film on Netflix on one of our iPads as it can be more comfortable due to the need to change head positions during the procedure.

What about Lunch?

We provide a range of lunch options for you at the clinic and if you have any allergies, or, dietary requirements please let us know 2-3 days prior to your procedure.

When can I go back to work?

We advise 7-14 days depending on the complexity of the procedure and the individuals healing capability.

What After care is required to support my recovery?

You will be advised of your personalised after care programme which will involve taking a 4 day course of antibiotics to prevent any infection and some steroid medications to avoid post-operative swelling. Also, we provide some diazepam to help you sleep on your first couple of nights, along with some pain relief should you feel any discomfort. We also give you your first hair wash along with scab removal, also discounted vouchers for your first hair cut by a Liverpool stylist who specialises in FUE hair-cuts.

When can I swim after the procedure?

We advise no swimming for 14 days after the procedure especially in swimming pools as the chlorine content varies greatly depending on location, area.

Can I go on holiday after the procedure?

Yes, you can go on holiday after the procedure – however, we would recommend at least 1-2 weeks rest. Also, when on holiday, remember to make sure you wear a cap in the sun. You will need to stay out of direct sunlight for two weeks post procedure.

When can I drink alcohol?

We would advise that you avoid alcohol consumption for 7 days after your procedure. It is important you avoid alcohol the day after treatment as a minimum requirement.