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Hair surgery

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    Registered Users Posts: 199 ✭✭ whydoibother


    My nephew is only 30 but he’s losing hair on his forehead - he wants to get surgery or something to help the hair. Does anyone know of a good place he can go to in Ireland? He would prefer cork or galway as he lives in kerry so the nearer to home the better.
    I know there’s a lot of people doing this abroad but I know he won’t go abroad.
    Thanks


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  • My nephew is only 30 but he’s losing hair on his forehead - he wants to get surgery or something to help the hair. Does anyone know of a good place he can go to in Ireland? He would prefer cork or galway as he lives in kerry so the nearer to home the better.
    I know there’s a lot of people doing this abroad but I know he won’t go abroad.
    Thanks
    There are a couple in Dublin if he is still interested. However, is he doing anything at the minute to try and maintain the hair?




  • There are a couple in Dublin if he is still interested. However, is he doing anything at the minute to try and maintain the hair?

    Fighting a losing battle - no matter what the manufacturers of those products say. Speaking from experience!

    There's two ways to go when your hair is thinning - deny it, or embrace it. Get a blade and shave it off.

    However, there are other options like transplants. Saying that, if he's 30 and his hair is only starting to go, if he gets a transplant now, what happens when the rest of his hair falls out? That's why I was always hesitant about it.

    There's also the option of tattooing the hairline - not something I'd want to do myself (way too late for me).


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