Hair Replacement / Restructure

We offer hair bonding for your sparseness or going bald issue. This treatment is modified by our experts for an imperceptible look. Offered Hair Bonding treatment is more valued by supporters for their delicate surface, characteristic and popular look. Strategy for this is conventionally cleaned when hair just exists back of the scalp and sides and front crown of the scalp zone is moderately uncovered.

Holding of the hair is done with a standard silicon compound and a short time later, the reinforced hair is converged with your present hair. It is a Non-Surgical arrangement of hair substitution administrations. It incorporates shaving off the uncovered territory of the scalp. This is followed by attaching a silicon bond on the scalp. One can wash, brush, oil or chemical the hair with no dread of hurting the scalp. Since silicon sensitive bond is utilized in this strategy, it is also alluded to as Hair Silicon Bonding.

Why Hair Replacement / Restructure ?




  • Why do people experience hair loss?

    Balding, also known as androgenetic FUE Hair Transplant, is a hereditary condition that develops in men and women. Pattern baldness is seen most commonly in men and it occurs because of an inherited genetic predisposition that causes hair to fall out with age. At least 50% of men will lose hair during their lifetime. Female pattern baldness also occurs because of genetic inheritance. It is more common than most people realize with one out of four women being affected at some point in their lifetime.

  • There are two drugs approved by the FDA for the treatment of male pattern baldness - Rogaine and Propecia. Rogaine can be purchased over the counter at most local pharmacies. Propecia requires a written prescription from a physician. It is our experience that these drugs are more effective for maintaining existing hair than they are for regrowing previously lost hair. Although the drugs are marketed as treatments for hair loss, they usually provide little more than limited density restoration.

  • Yes. Hair removed from the safe donor area regions in the back and on the sides of the scalp is genetically programmed to continue growing over the course of a lifetime without being affected by pattern baldness. Transplanted hair will continue to grow for life as long as the donor hair remains vigorous and viable.

  • It is not possible to restore hair to its original density for most patients because of limitations relating to what can be borrowed from the donor region. Patients with excellent donor reserves may be able to achieve very dense hair using a dense-pack surgical technique. However, density and coverage possibilities vary from person to person and your restoration opportunities can only be determined with a face-to-face expert consultation.

  • Outdated techniques, novice surgeons and assembly line-style s are generally responsible for unnatural or "pluggy" looking transplants. s that view hair transplant surgery as big business rather than medicine tend to focus on quantity over quality. They may employ sub-par techniques and unethical behaviour in order to profit from those affected by hair loss. It is your responsibility to do extensive research before choosing a surgeon.

  • Premier hair restoration applies a gentle, local anaesthetic before the surgery. This means that patients will feel no discomfort during the procedure. Patients may experience minor discomfort or tightness during the healing phase following surgery. Most patients remain comfortable during this time with little more than an over-the-counter analgesic like ibuprofen.

  • Creating a completely natural hairline is the most important aspect of the surgery. We meticulously plan each hair transplant to provide the most natural hairline possible. Patients who qualify for hair replacement surgery can achieve remarkably natural results.

  • There are risks associated with every type of surgery which include infection, bleeding, and scarring. However, complications are extremely rare when the procedure is performed by a competent surgeon. There is also the chance that a patient may not achieve the fullness that he or she expected, which is why patients need to set realistic goals during their hair replacement consultation.