DHI Australia Microsurgery Hair Transplant Specialists

3 Reasons Why A Person Isn’t Suitable For A Hair Transplant

Posted by DHI Australia on February 20, 2020

The result of a hair transplant procedure can completely transform a person’s appearance and how they feel about themselves. Hair restoration patients often comment that they feel younger, more confident and often wish they hadn’t waited so long to take action. However, a hair transplant isn’t for everyone.

To ensure the best results, anyone considering having a hair transplant needs to check that they are an eligible candidate. We discuss what makes a good candidate and the three key factors that impact suitability for the procedure.

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Topics: Hair Transplant

At What Age Can Male Pattern Baldness Begin?

Posted by DHI Australia on February 7, 2020

How young is too young for male pattern baldness to begin? Male pattern baldness, also referred to as androgenetic alopecia is by far the most common type of hair loss. 95% of all hair loss types are genetically influenced and approximately 40% of women and 70% of men will be affected by hair loss in their lifetime.

It’s normal for anyone experiencing hair loss to have a lot of questions, and a frequently asked question that we receive is, “At what age can male pattern baldness start?” In this article, we discuss male pattern baldness and at what age a person can start to experience it.

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Topics: Hair Loss, Hair Transplant, Alopecia, Hair Loss Treatment, Male Pattern Baldness

Nick's Microsurgery Hair Transplant Before & After Videos

Posted by DHI Australia on January 23, 2020

Today, more and more people are turning to hair transplants to combat the ageing appearance that receding and thinning hair portrays. Interestingly, microsurgery hair transplant is increasingly popular for younger people.

Meet 35 year old Nick. Nick decided to have his hairline restored after seeing the impressive and natural result his older brother achieved from his DHI hair transplant 14 months ago. Nick was always conscious about his receding hairline and either covered it with a cap or used strong-hold hair products to style his hair forward to cover his hairline. Now two weeks post his DHI microsurgery hair transplant, Nick shares with us his before and after videos. We love how Nick is straight up, and just says it how it is. 

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Topics: Hair Transplant, Hairline Redesign, Hair Loss Treatment, DHI, Hair Transplant Before & After

Can Lack of Sleep Cause Hair Loss?

Posted by DHI Australia on January 14, 2020

Many men live by the "work hard, play hard" ethos with little care for the possible ramifications. Lack of quality sleep, not enough sleep and sleep deprivation can have numerous negative consequences for a persons’ physical and emotional health.

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Topics: Hair Loss

What It's Like To Have A Hair Transplant - Jonathan's Journey

Posted by DHI Australia on December 16, 2019

Why do people choose to have a hair transplant? Why do people tattoo their skin or choose to wear the clothes that they wear? Although there are infinite possible answers to these questions, many of the answers will relate to self-confidence, self-expression, how people want to be perceived, and their own unique style.

DHI patient Jonathan, had his microsurgery procedure 12 months ago. We are going to share with you Jonathan’s journey, why he decided to have a hair transplant, what it was like before, during and the result, 12 months later.

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Topics: Hair Transplant, Hairline Redesign, DHI

3 Signs Of Hair Loss That Should Not Be Ignored

Posted by DHI Australia on December 4, 2019

Falling hair is part of everyday life, it’s normal to lose around 100 hairs a day as part of the usual hair growth and shedding cycle. But when does shedding fall into the category of hair loss?

Hair loss is a gradual process and it can be difficult, especially in the early stages, to tell when normal shedding advances to actual hair loss. We share with you three hair loss symptoms that shouldn’t be ignored.

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Topics: Hair Loss, Hair Transplant

4 Reasons Why People Have An Uneven Hairline

Posted by DHI Australia on November 20, 2019

A changing hairline is a reality for many men and some women. It can appear as receding hair, evenly or unevenly, or an imbalance of fullness along your hairline. Early stages of hair loss can be worrying for some, particularly if it starts in your 20’s or 30’s. Knowing whether it’s a problem that warrants treatment or not can be confusing.

An uneven hairline is a common concern and there are several reasons why you could be experiencing it. Find out what causes an uneven hairline and how you can restore your hairline, permanently.

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Topics: Hairline Redesign

How Not To Lose Hair With A Hair Transplant

Posted by DHI Australia on November 11, 2019

It’s pretty grim when a hair restoration treatment results in less hair than what you started with. How can this happen? It has everything to do with follicle (hair) survival rate. We often hear the term “success rate” with hair transplants, but the “success rate” is often very misleading. If we think of “success” as future hair growth, then virtually everyone will have “success” as at least some of the implanted hairs will continue to grow.

What is more pertinent to know is the follicle “survival rate” which is the number of transplanted hairs that survive, to produce permanent hair growth.

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Topics: Hair Transplant, DHI

3 Keys To Australia’s Most Refined Hair Transplant

Posted by DHI Australia on October 23, 2019

What does it take to be the best? When you consider the top golfers or surgeons, inherently there is natural skill, but perhaps most importantly, there is a persistent drive to be the best and a technique that is improved and refined in every aspect, with the aim of achieving perfection.

With the impetus to be the best, over the past 50 years, DHI has evolved hair restoration processes and procedures to achieve the most refined hair transplant technique, referred to as DHI Microsurgery. There are 3 key “pillars” or benefits that are unique to DHI.

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Topics: Hair Transplant, DHI

How To Avoid A Bad Hair Transplant & Scarring

Posted by DHI Australia on October 9, 2019

Imagine going through the process of getting a hair transplant and being unhappy with the result. A bad hair transplant or obvious scarring can be devastating. At DHI Australia, approximately 15% of the procedures we do is correction work – fixing the mistakes from other clinics in Australia and abroad. These corrective procedures are difficult as there is often a large amount of scarring to deal with.

Here we give you our top tips on how to avoid a bad hair transplant to ensure you’re happy with the result.

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Topics: Hair Transplant, DHI

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