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Hair loss. Is there a real solution?





You can wash your hair with the latest German shampoos, you can increase your vitamin and supplement intake, you can do some creative combing. But none of this will prevent the gradual retreat of your hairline or the ever-increasing circumference of that bald-patch at the back of your head.

Genetics are genetics. If your Dad’s balding, your uncles are balding and a few other close male relatives are getting a bit shiny on top, the writings on the wall. There’s simply little you can do to prevent the inevitable. Up to now…

For most us, we just accept our fate and concentrate on the more important things in life – but maybe we’re the guys who stopped caring after we got married. What about those who aren’t married or don’t even have a partner? Or maybe we really like our hair!

All is not lost, with the advances in hair transplant technology, you can join the ever-increasing list of A-listers who thought their hair transplants went unnoticed.

Hair loss. Is there a real solution? | News by Thaiger

In the UK, everyone knows about Wayne Rooney and the short-lived effects of his £7,500 (290,000 baht) transplant back in 2011. Elon? Hello! Well fast forward eight years and we’re living in the world of discrete Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Transplants.

At a very basic level, individual hair follicles are extracted from a donor area and directly inserted into the balding area, leaving no scarring. Up to 3,000 grafts can be transferred across in just a matter of hours, and the recovery takes just a few days.

If you’d ever considered doing something about your apparent hair loss but you didn’t want people to pass comment, well take it from Matthew McConaughey or Elon Musk, no one cares. Lock yourself away for a week or just wear a hat! If it’s the cost putting you off, then look no further, MyMediTravel has an exclusive offer of up to 3,000 grafts for just 95,000 baht in Bangkok, for a limited time only (that’s right, a third of what Wayne Rooney paid).

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