Hair Transplants In Manchester
Over 10,000 Consultations Carried Out As Of Jan 2014
Where You Can Find Us:
We perform our treatments and consultations in the Bridgewater Hospital.
It is located just about 1.5km away from the city centre, and is a short walk from the universities. We are very proud to be part of this leading private hospital as it has fantastic facilities with world-class standards of practice.
This facility was chosen for it’s fantastic long standing reputation and because it is easy for our patients to locate. We are situated on the A5103 this is the most popular route from the city centre to the International Airport.
There are many bus routes that take you to us and we also provide free parking on site, but should it be busy you may also park for free either behind the hospital in the multi-storey parking facility or next door on Hulme High Street.
Our clinic is also easy to get to by train as there are numerous bus routes leading you here from Deansgate, Oxford Road and Piccadilly stations.
Male Pattern Baldness
It can be difficult to deal with and many of our patients tell us that their confidence often takes a big hit when they notice their hair beginning to thin.
We are here to give these people hope and to help them by providing permanent and lasting solutions like a hair transplant. There are other methods that we use to help our patients but this is the most reliable way.
In our hair loss clinic in Manchester we aim at providing a completely pain-free procedure with little to no scaring. The most common treatment that we perform here is the FUT procedure where we mark out a selection of hair typically at the back of the head to strip out allowing us to harvest the hair under a clinical microscope. Once we have all of the hairs prepared we use stitches to return the strip back in its place in such a way that reduces the scaring to almost zero.
We then begin implanting the individual follicles into the balding areas of your head first by carefully outlining a new hairline with single strands then by populating the rest of your head with more strands.