Choosing to go through a hair restoration treatment can be a big decision, so it’s not surprising that you may have questions. We’ve answered some of the most common queries to help you decide if hair restoration is the right treatment for you.
Hair restoration is an umbrella term for the variety of treatments that aim to help with hair loss. Whether you want to encourage hair growth, give your hair a lift or get a hair transplant, the treatments needed would fall under the banner of hair restoration.
There are many reasons why people choose to undergo hair restoration treatments, such as boosting your self-confidence or simply to relive those haircuts they used to know.. Whatever the reason, we have a collection of deals available for hair restoration across London, so you can find the one suited to you and get back in that barber’s chair in no time at all.
There are several options when it comes to hair restoration and hair loss treatment. Here are just a few of the best hair restoration treatments in London.
Nicole Zysk in west London has great offers for this treatment, allowing you to choose between a small, medium or large area of treatment.
At the Hair Design Clinic, you can choose between 12 or 24 sessions of treatment, with the added bonus of either hair vitamins or specialised shampoo and conditioner included in the deal.
At Fortes Medical, you can choose between 1,000 and 3,000 hairs to be transplanted, giving you the chance to get those flowing locks back in full swing.
It depends on which treatment you choose, but the majority of hair restoration treatments on offer in London are indeed permanent.
For example, scalp micropigmentation is permanent, but, as with any tattoo, is subject to fading over time, so may need some level of touching up. However, this usually lasts between four and six years before it needs redoing. Your practitioner will be able to provide advice on aftercare and how best to avoid the treatment from fading.
Yes, hair restoration treatments are considered safe.
Just like with any treatment, however, there are always some risks, such as an allergic reaction to the chemicals used or an infection. You can find out more about the risks and side effects on the NHS website.
Any side effects and/or risks should be explained to you prior to your treatment, so this is the ideal time to ask the practitioner if there’s anything else you’re unsure or nervous about.