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How Prince Harry could really benefit from a FUE hair transplantation!

June 3, 2019

Those of us who love to love the royal family have likely heard the latest: Prince Harry’s bald spot is gaining territory fast. Although the newly anointed dad of young Archie has spent years mocking his brother William’s hair loss, he seems to be shedding locks at just the same rate. In fact, the 34-year-old royal’s bald patch has doubled in the last year alone, and today there appears to be serious thinning over most of his head. Harry’s baldness, previously centered on his crown (so to speak), now extends toward the back of his scalp. Heir today, gone tomorrow, one might deign to say. Apparently being born into royalty does not stop one from being royally shafted! The good news for Prince Harry is that all support for his famous ginger crown is not lost: a FUE hair transplantation (follicular unit extraction) is just the royal treatment he needs to restore luster and body to his imperial mane.

 

FUE transplantation

 

Genetics determine the way a hair shaft grows in relation to its bulb or root, and there’s no question baldness runs in the royal family. The follicular units can be harvested in singles, doubles, triples, and quadruples, rooted together in a single bulb unit. Harvesting extracted follicles ensures genetically related hair families grow together to produce a more natural growth pattern once transplanted. The most effective harvest site is the hair from the very back of the scalp, since patients are genetically programmed not to lose hair from that area. Of available FUE harvest technologies, Artas and NeoGraft are the most effective and efficient way to harvest hair robotically—without creating a linear scar, which is good news for Prince Harry, since any visible scarring seems less than advisable for someone so often in the public eye!

 

At SpaMedica in Toronto, FUE transplant patients can expect the highest possible graft transplantation survival rates (over 85%), the lowest possible transection rates (less than 4%), and the lowest incidence of temporary shock hair loss post procedure. Results of your hair restoration are permanent and lifelong, and patients are typically very pleased with the results of their automated hair transplantation procedures. Patients at our clinic achieve a very natural-looking hairline and design, which are fully customizable with the expert help of Dr. Mulholland. Additionally, during your consultation, a program of hair restoration treatments that can be performed over a 10-20 year period will be outlined if you require further treatments to respond to ongoing genetic hair loss.

 

Schedule a consultation at SpaMedica in Toronto today to take the first step toward restoring your royally thick, lustrous, natural head of hair. We’re currently waiting on a call from Prince Harry himself—after all, our FUE transplantation procedure is fit for a Prince.

Posted by Tim Akhmedov

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