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.
Please note that results may vary from patient to patient.
What Is DHI Microsurgery?
DHI microsurgery is the most refined hair transplant technique, offering a permanent solution for hair loss. We are the only clinic in Australia to guarantee natural results. The procedure uses 100% your own hair and involves transplanting hairs from the back and sides of the scalp to the thinning or balding areas, to restore and redesign the hairline. To guarantee a natural result, our doctors have complete control over the depth, angle and direction of every hair that is implanted. Results are permanent and will continue to grow for life.
Benefits of Microsurgery
- Minimal discomfort
- Minimal recovery
- No scalpels, no stitches and no detectable scarring
- The procedure uses 100% your own hair
- Consistent follicle survival rates of over 95%
- Hair transplant is done from start to finish by a DHI Doctor, trained and certified by the London Hair Restoration Academy.
- DHI has 50 years of hair restoration experience and has helped over 250,000 patients regrow their hair.
- Results are permanent
- Natural results are guaranteed
Book Your Consultation
For personalised hair restoration information, book a consultation with a DHI hair restoration expert. Simply click on one of the buttons below to book a consultation online or ask a question. Alternatively, you can call us on 1300 787 563.