All About Hair Transplants

Hair is one factor of the human body that makes us easily identifiable to others. Some people are known for their hair or lack thereof. This is why having a full head of hair is so important to people because for most who lose their hair, it feels like a part of their identity is also gone with it. There are many famous people who have lost their full head of hair, but the thing is, not everyone dons the bald-look as well as they do.

With this being said, a viable option would be to try a hair transplant. Some may be wondering if this is something that will last, but do not worry because this procedure is a permanent natural solution to hair loss.


Our Bodies Contain an Ample Supply of Hair

Most people contain an ample supply of permanent hair in their bodies, even in cases of those people who suffer from severe hair loss. Despite losing the follicles in the crown of the head, fibres are still found at the sides and back of the head. These are usually less visible and have less of an impact on the appearance of a person.

During a hair transplant procedure, the healthy follicles are taken from the other areas of the head and moved to the areas where thinning occurs or where it is completely bald. Through processes such as Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) or Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), surgeons are able to replace dead hair follicles with healthy ones. These are carefully done to match the patient’s hair growth pattern to give off a natural look as well as be maintained despite future growth.


Transplants are a Painless, Permanent Procedure

Transplants are a simple surgery and are performed as an outpatient procedure. Although the process is done in less than a day, what takes up time is the work the surgeon has to do to make sure the hairline look as natural as possible and consistent through using correct hair textures and placements for smooth integration with a patient’s facial features.

The DHT hormone that causes hair loss in people is removed once the transplanted hairs are put into place so that as they grow, there are no worries about thinning or excessive hair fall. This is why hair transplant surgery has become so popular in recent years.


Patients May Experience Temporary Shedding

After the hair transplant operation procedure, some people may typically experience slight hair loss or shedding. This is expected due to a stress-related body reaction called Telogen effluvium, which gets released when trauma to the scalp is detected. Since the surgery for transplants is done to the scalp, this causes the body to release a reaction to combat the foreign sensation as a natural process. For around three months, Telogen effluvium will be released regularly, which will halt the bodily process of developing hair and growing it. This is nothing to be alarmed about and perfectly normal as this is merely a short term effect that is followed quickly by long term growth of healthy hair follicles.



Losing a full head of hair is something nobody wants to experience. For many people, hair is a defining feature of their physical appearance, and they take care of it as well as they can. The feeling of having hair grow, along with the ability to get a different hairstyle or get a nice haircut at a barbershop is a priceless feeling.

If you are struggling with rampant hair loss or suffering from deteriorating follicle quality on your head, perhaps it is time to opt for transplant surgery to gain it back.

Here at We Cure, we offer cutting-edge Hair Transplant surgery as well as dental services and mental health therapy. Expect nothing less than quality – contact our team in the UK today!

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