FUE Hair Transplant Clinic
Hair Transplant London
Westminster Medical Group is a FUE hair transplant clinic in London, located on the world renowned Harley Street. The FUE hair transplant is a minor surgical procedure that involves transferring genetically resistant hair follicles from the safe zone donor area to the area of scalp most affected by thinning.
FUE stands for Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) an advanced technique where we use a state-of-the-art 0.8mm trumpet punch, to strategically remove individual hair grafts from your donor region with extreme care and precision.
The FUE hair transplant procedure takes place at our Harley Street clinic under local anaesthetic. The strongest hairs that are genetically programmed to remain at the back of your head are carefully selected and transferred to the recipient area affected by hair loss where the transplanted hairs will continue to grow permanently.
During an FUE hair transplant procedure at our Harley Street clinic, we shave the hair at the back and sides for the hair extraction process, leaving it longer on top, if preferred. Harvested hair follicles are then trimmed under high magnification and placed into a holding solution prior to being re-implanted.
You will see the result of your FUE hair transplant at 6-12 months following your procedure, and your hair will continue to mature up to 18 months post op, where you will be able to enjoy the final result.
There are many advantages to opting for a FUE hair transplant with us in London that may surprise you.
BENEFITS OF FUE
Minimally invasive, no sutures or stitches needed
Enables you to wear your hair shorter, with no linear scar
Best suited for small and medium-sized cases
Perfect for cherry-picking fine calibre follicles for hairline restoration
Simple aftercare and minimal downtime recovery
FUE Hair transplant London, UK
To find out more about FUE hair transplants at our clinic in London, please get in touch today for more information. We will be pleased to offer expert, impartial advice tailored to your individual needs and goals.