At 20 months’ post op, Spencer came back to the Harley Street Hair Clinic to discuss the procedure and his experience. Spencer had 618 grafts via FUE method. He said that around the 12–18-month mark post-procedure, the hair calibre had improved, the naturalness had improved, and he is now thrilled that his hair line is so thick and natural.
The advice Spencer gives to other potential patients is that it’s important for everyone to do their research and that not all clinics are the same. With so many clinics claiming to be the best across social media and other digital platforms, with some even plagiarising other clinics, it is very important to get a good understanding of what the clinic is offering.
It is important to get a good grasp of the quality of the procedure being offered, what goes into the hair transplant and the doctor who is actually performing the surgery as opposed to a team of untrained technicians. It’s important to pay for what you get, and if it sounds too good to be true, it often is.
Despite being an outpatient procedure, people should be very mindful when they are choosing a hair transplant clinic and hair transplant doctor. You are still going under the knife, so it is important to make sure that you are choosing the highest quality and most experienced team you can.
Spencer said: “Having a hair transplant at the Harley Street Hair Clinic, I put my head in their hands. I am proof of what can be achieved with a fantastic team and doctor. Be very patient, really respect the process, give it a year to 18 months to get the full results.”
Alongside his hair transplant procedure, Spencer also opted for our revolutionary Advanced Tricho Pigmentation treatment to cover scaring left from an old FUE hair transplant and to add more density to his hair.
Having already previously tried a number of different hair restoration treatments and having seen a number of people who have had ATP as a stand-alone andc combined treatment with a hair transplant, Spencer was impressed with the results.
Advanced Tricho Pigmentation was a more permenant solution for Spex to cover scarring left behind from a strip hair transplantation, but he also wanted the treatment to add the appearance of density to the crown region of the scalp.