At Capital, we believe in giving you all the information needed to make an informed decision, so here are some FAQs during consultations.
- Do you offer hair transplants for women?
Currently we solely focus on male hair transplants.
- Do you offer finance/payment instalments?
Yes, we can offer 0% finance (subject to status).
- Will I be left with a scar?
Contrary to what people say both methods of FUE and FUT hair transplants will leave extremely small marks on your scalp, the difference being that in FUE the marks are small circular holes compared to with FUT that will leave you with a small horizontal marking, once both have healed they are virtually undetectable
- How much does it cost?
At Capital Clinic we realise every patient is unique that’s why we do not have a general price chart, for more information please see our pricing page.
- How long will it take for my hair to grow?
This is probably the main question and quite rightly so, the thing to remember is hair growth takes time, although after 3/4 weeks you will see hair growth do not be surprised if some your grafts then shed, this is totally natural. The bulb of the hair is still implanted in your scalp and will re grow. You will notice significant growth from 3 months onwards and from then on your hair will only get longer and thicker, we do advise that it takes up to one year for hair to reach its peak length and density.
- What happens after my procedure?
Directly after your procedure our surgeon will run through the “do’s and don’ts” for your new hair over the next few days.
- How long will it take for me to recover?
We recommend taking 3-5 days off work to allow for redness to go down, this also allows your newly implanted grafts (hairs) to settle.
- Does it hurt?
The short and simple answer is no, all procedures are carried out using local anaesthetic so apart from a few mild discomforts in the local anaesthetic being injected you literally won’t feel a thing.
- Is it local or general anaesthetic used for my procedure?
All our procedures are carried out using local anaesthetic.