Consultation for hair transplantation
A hair transplant requires careful planning and great thought on the part of those planning to undergo the procedure. We like to say that 80% of a successful outcome depends on the consultation.
During the consultation, we go through your individual circumstances, your expectations and the desired outcome.
It is important to us that you as a customer are given the opportunity to calmly find out what is medically possible based on the given circumstances.
During the consultation, the price is also discussed, which is influenced by the extent of the procedure and how much hair is removed.Book a free consultation
This happens during a consultation
1. Health declaration
When you come to us for a consultation, you will start by filling in a health declaration. We need to know that you are healthy or if you have had any illnesses that could affect hair growth and a possible hair transplant.
If you have been taking different types of medication, these can affect hair growth and a possible hair transplant. All medical details are important before a procedure to ensure the quality of the result.
2. Your wishes
First we need to know what it is you want to achieve. Do you want to lower the hairline, fill in the temples or improve the density of the crown or mid-leg?
When do you want to perform the procedure? In summer or winter – what suits you best? The results are just as good – it’s just a matter of when in your life it suits you to have a week off.
If you want to split the payment, we can help you through MedicalFinance.
We examine a variety of details to find the best solution for your hair transplant.
How good is your donation area in the neck? How much hair can we move? Do your neck hair follicles consist of single, double or triple hairs? Do you have swirls in your hair and in which direction do the hairs grow? We need to examine all of this in order for you to get a natural result from your hair transplant.
4. Draw the hairline
We can draw a hairline together in front of the mirror so you can see different options. We can then go through what type of hairline you feel most comfortable with and come up with the best solution for you. Maybe you already have a picture in your head and know what you want it to look like.
This will also give you a better idea of what it might look like. After we’ve finished drawing, you’ll have a clear picture of what the result will be and what your new hairline will look like.
5. Number of grafts
Once we have gone through your wishes and conditions to determine what should be done, we will make a final assessment of the number of grafts– and therefore the price of your transplant.
Normally, we do not transplant more than 4,000 grafts at the same operation. If you need much more, we recommend that you have two procedures about 6-9 months apart. All to ensure that your end result is as good as possible in the long run.
6. Book transplantation
After the consultation, we often recommend that you take some information home with you and think things through before booking your transplant.
Once you’ve decided to go ahead, you can contact us to check availability, usually there’s at least a month’s wait so it’s good to be out well in advance if you’ve got something special planned.
Before and after pictures
Robert, 29 years old • 2 500 grafts
Lucas, 29 years old • 500 grafts
Thilda, 20 years • 4 injection treatments
Joel, 52 years old • 4 injection treatments
Valentin, 28 years olds • 3 injection treatments
Tomas, 39 years old • 2 700 grafts
Simon, 26 years old • 2 200 grafts
Patrik, 27 years old • 1 200 grafts
Lisa, 46 years old • 6 PRP treatments
Thilda, 20 years old • 4 PRP treatments
Bernard, 52 years old • 3 500 grafts
Before and after pictures
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