Andy (32) has been wanting to do something about his hair loss for the past 2-3 years, but has consistently put it off - until now!

Being quite tall he rarely has anyone looking down on the top of his head although he was always conscious when it could be seen. Andy admitted that he was probably in denial about his hair loss and the extent of it up until recently. Even so that his young daughter even brought up the subject!

Andy has had his crown and his receding hairline corrected in a one-day procedure with Gro. Enjoy!


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Andy's hair transplant before and after images 6 months

What makes us different?

Gro Microsurgery is a modern hair transplant method where individual hair follicles are extracted one by one with a delicate tool (less than 1mm in diameter), leaving the donor area virtually unmarked.The hair follicles are kept in a growth solution to maximise their survival rate and are then implanted using a precise tool that gives our doctors full control over the depth, direction and angle of the hair.
FUE is traditional method, but unlike in FUT, hair follicles are extracted individually with a punch, leaving behind small holes. The extraction can be either motorised (by a robot) or manual (usually by a technician).Small reception holes are then created and follicles are implanted with forceps, which allows little control over their direction and angle..
FUT is an older and more invasive hair transplant method where a long, thin strip of skin is cut out from the back of the scalp. The strip is divided into hair follicles under a microscope, and the follicles are then implanted into reception holes with forceps.Faster and cheaper? Yes. More invasive with lower quality results? Also yes..

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What's the next step?

If you're looking for the best way to start your journey, start with an obligation free hair loss diagnosis consultation, ask a hair loss question or call our friendly team to discuss the best hair loss options for you on 1300 787 563.


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