Having a hair transplant will change your future looks. Naturally, many patients are therefore nervous and anxious at the day of the surgery. The team at My Hair Clinic takes great care to reduce the anxiety to a minimum and make the journey to your new hair and looks as comfortable as possible.

A great source of anxiety starts long before the surgery. What happens on the day of the operation, how will it proceed, how will I feel and how will the post-op period be like? Whether by email, chat or phone you’ll be dealing with a skilled team who knows hair transplantation. No professional sales person without medical understanding working on a hard sell policy for a commission.

The surgeon will help you clear questions and queries you may have so that on the day of the procedure you are not only consenting but actually giving an informed balanced consent. This is the first step in being properly prepared for the operation.



When you get to the clinic we usually take out time for some small talk rather than rushing directly into the operation. This gives you time to relax and get to know your surgeon and the staff. When you are relaxed and comfortable we then discuss the recipient-area. The surgeon will give his recommendation, but ultimately the decision lies with you as it’s your future looks that we are discussing.

Once the recipient-area has been finalized  the assistants will trim the head and the actually surgery can then start. You may experience some discomfort for few minutes when the anesthetic is applied in the donor-area. The remaining of the extraction you may listen to music, small talk or just doze off. For the first few hours the grafts are extracted from the donor-area. The recipient-area is then anaesthetized and the surgeon designs the recipient-area to ensure a natural 3D direction of the grafts. By all means this is the most critical part of the operation as it defines your future look. The technicians then place the grafts in the recipient-area.
At the end of the surgery the grafts are checked to ensure that everything is fine. Before you set of we go through the post-op precautions and medicines so that you are in a position to take care of your transplant once you are home. We recommend you have someone pick you up. Alternatively, a cab or public transport.

Our commitment to you is not just about the surgery, but extends beyond that! We will not let you on your own after the operation. You’ll be given a mobile number so that you can call even outside regular opening hours.