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Best 100% Proven solution for Hair Loss

  • PRP
  • Treatment: Heavy Hairfall | Hair Thinning | Initial stage of Hairfall
  • Duration of Treatment: 5 - 7 Session
  • When can you see result: After 2 Months
  • Price dependency: Cost per session
  • Success Rate: 95%
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  • FUE
  • Treatment : 50% Baldness
  • Duration of treatment: 9 Months
  • When can you see result After 5 Months
  • Price Dependency Based on stage of Baldness
  • Success Rate: 99%
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  • FUT
  • Treatment: Extreme Baldness
  • Treatment : 50% Baldness
  • Duration of treatment: 9 Months
  • When can you see result After 5 Months
  • Price Dependency Based on stage of Baldness
  • Success Rate: 99%
  • Warranty: 30 Days Money Back
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Any Questions? Find the Answers here

1Hair Transplant Surgery can affect your Health?
Fact: Hair Transplant is a surgery that involves only the skin of the scalp. It doesn’t go below the skin or come in contact with any part beyond that
2Does it Pain?
Nowadays it is a 100% painless procedure, subjected to the local anaesthesia, And if it is being done at the right clinic and by the right doctor)
3Is it long lasting?
Transplanted hair remains forever the life if transferred from the safe donor area.
4Do i have to take lifelong Medications?
Truth: No medication or maintenance is required for the transplanted hair, as these are not prone to the activities of DHT hormones which triggers hair fall.
5Transplantation lasts Forever?
It’s a common myth that transplanted hair moved during a hair transplant last forever. Fortunately, most hairs that are transplanted do generally remain in their new location forever. However, anyone is has followed a hair transplant patient for 10, 20 or 30 years will tell you that the same number of hairs that were put in are not always remaining over time. Most will stay - but not all There are many reasons why hairs transplanted hairs don’t always last forever. For one, donor hair is not always completely resistant to balding in all men. In fact, it’s a spectrum, from some men who have very little to no balding in their "donor area" (at the back of the scalp) to men who have considerable thinning in the donor area over time (ie. men with DUPA are the extreme). In addition, the medical community has not rigorously studied long term the immunological and physiological changes that happen to transplanted hairs over extended periods of time. Nevertheless, there is no arguing that transplanted hairs last forever. It holds true for a high proportion of men and women but not all. We hope they last forever are and they seem to be in many men. However, a proportion of transplanted hairs slowly disappear over decades in some men.