Camilla, 28 years old
She had felt bad about her high temples since her teens and had used various tricks to hide them. After discovering that there was a hair transplant method that allowed hair follicles to be moved from one place to another, Camilla began to seriously consider having a hair transplant.
– My problem has always been that I’ve had high temples, so I don’t suffer from hair loss. It’s the hairlinemy dad gave me. “Ever since I was a teenager, I’ve wished there was something we could do about it,” says Camilla.
A few years ago, Camilla started reading up on hair transplants. Then she only found information about a method called the strip method, where you take a piece of skin from the back of your head and use the hair follicles that are in the skin. Camilla felt it was a bit too extreme for what she was after. She wanted to avoid having to stitch the back of her head and getting a scar there. She felt she needed to think for a while longer about whether a hair transplant was the right way to go for her.
The FUE method was the solution
– A few more years went by until I felt I couldn’t take it anymore. I just wanted to solve it. Then I started looking at hair transplants again and I discovered that there was another method, the FUE method. That’s when I felt that a hair transplant might be something for me,” says Camilla.
Camilla read reviews, toured several clinics and read our customer testimonials. In the end, it was her gut feeling that she listened to. She booked a consultation and then decided to book her hair transplant at the Nordic Hair Clinic.
– I hadn’t really had time to get nervous in the days before and when I went to the Nordic Hair Clinic to have my hair transplant, I just felt a little nervous. When I was waiting in the waiting room before the operation, everything was so relaxed around me, so I felt that way too. What I wondered most was how the anaesthetic needles would feel,” says Camilla.
After the hair transplant
– The hair transplant itself went well. It was as I suspected, that it was only the first injections of anaesthetic that I felt a little, but then I felt nothing and just lay there. I was just looking forward to getting hair follicles where I didn’t have any,” says Camilla.
The first thing Camilla did when she got home was to check how it was going. She took some pictures with her mobile phone and sent them to her friends and family who knew she was having a hair transplant.
– They thought it was cool that I had done it. But my husband had expected it to look bloodier than it was, that you’d get big holes afterwards. So he just said, “well, it just looked like that. I guess it was no big deal.” People just think it’s cool that technology has come as far as it has, that you can do something like this. They were all happy for me.