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Hair transplant cost: Is it worth it?

By Alex

One of the biggest factors when looking into getting a hair transplant is the cost. We always receive a great deal of cost related questions at the clinic, from how much will my hair transplant cost to where is the cheapest place to get a hair transplant.

Today we’re going to look into the real cost of a hair transplant at The Harley Street Hair Clinic and if the cost is actually worth it.

How much does a hair transplant cost?

We get asked a lot of different questions at the clinic regarding our FUE hair transplants, but one of the most popular questions we get asked is ‘How much does a hair transplant cost?’ Although this is one of our most popular questions it is one of the hardest questions to answer.

Although the procedure of a hair transplant will remain the same for each patient, each hair transplant will be completely different. Depending on how severe your hair loss is the amount of grafts you will need to be transplanted will vary. The more grafts you need the more the cost of a hair transplant will increase. Given this, it is extremely hard to give a set price for the cost of a hair transplant.

A rough price can be worked out through our website, you can take a look at our graft calculator which will help you work out how many grafts you need transplanted. Once you’ve got a rough idea of how many grafts you will need transplanted you can take a look at our cost guide, which will give you an idea of which price bracket you’ll be in. Your hair transplant could cost anything between £3,000 and £15,000.

If you would like to find out the exact price of your hair transplant the best way to do that would be to book yourself in for a no obligation consultation and visit the clinic. During your consultation, we’ll be able to assess your hair loss and give you the exact price for your individual case.

Are hair transplants much cheaper abroad?

When you initially look at getting a hair transplant abroad the price can look very appealing. Most hair transplant clinics across the globe advertise cheap hair transplants, which cost much less than most UK clinics, which can seem like a great offer.

However, it is important to factor in all other costs when it comes to travelling abroad to get a hair transplant. When getting any surgical procedure abroad you need to consider the cost if something is to go wrong. There are many different risks when it comes to getting a hair abroad including your results not being as good as expected and even your hair transplant not working at all.

This should be considered when you look at the price of a hair transplant abroad. You should also consider the price that it might cost if you have to return to the clinic, flight, accommodation and the cost of having your hair transplant redone if necessary. This can increase the cost of your first thought ‘cheap hair transplant’.

Is the cost of a hair transplant worth it?

We often discuss the cost of a hair transplant in comparison to a lifetime of hair loss products. Although the one off cost of a hair transplant might sound like a lot you should compare it to the lifetime cost of buying hair loss products such as regrowth shampoo, hair pieces and even hair loss medication.

The cost over the years will add up and you’ll be spending a great deal of money on products that won’t necessarily work. A lot of products that claim to help with hair loss actually just work to create an illusion of thickness. When you compare this to the cost of a hair transplant it makes the cost seem a lot better.

If you would like any more information on our hair transplant procedure or if you would like to find out the cost of a hair transplant for yourself, contact us for a personalised no obligation consultation today.

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