The choice of hair loss treatments is steadily increasing, ranging from the cosmetic (camouflage, thickeners, hair pieces and wigs) to the medical (tablets, shampoos and lotions) through to surgical procedures (mainly FUE, and Strip FUT).
All of these options are constantly being refined to enhance their effectiveness – and we, at The Farjo Hair Institute, are at the forefront of developing pioneering ways of countering hair loss.
Here we’ve listed the treatment options we offer, giving you information about what the treatment involves, right down, in a lot of cases, to a step-by-step guide to what actually happens when you come into the clinic.
Before that happens, though, we would advise that you arrange a confidential consultation with one of our team of experts to make sure that you receive the best treatment – not just for your condition, but for you as an individual.
Surgical Hair Loss Treatments
As the name suggests, these medical and surgical procedures are conducted in our sterile operating rooms and conducted by an experienced team led by one of our highly qualified and experienced hair transplant surgeons.
While the techniques we use – FUE or Strip FUT vary greatly in the particulars involved in the procedures, they essentially involve the transfer of healthy hair roots from the permanent area of the scalp to areas suffering hair loss.
Find out more about surgical hair loss treatments:
Non-surgical Hair Loss Treatments
We believe in giving patients the right advice when it comes to hair loss treatments, even if it’s not a solution they are expecting. This could even include not undertaking any treatment for the time being.
It is not uncommon for patients to first approach Farjo Hair Institute looking for a hair transplant. However, after a full appraisal of their condition, we may believe a better approach is through non-surgical treatments, or in addition to surgery.
Non-surgical treatments can be used separately, in tandem or even as a complement to surgery to protect and strengthen the remaining hair, or to enhance the surgical result.
Find out more about our non-surgical treatments: