Hair loss Clinic, Harley Street

Hair Loss in London, UK

Hair thinning or actual loss of hair can be truly distressing to a person. And, Hair loss affects millions of men and women worldwide. The key to fixing these varying issues is getting to the root of what the cause is. What’s important to know: the cause of hair loss is specific to each individual, which is why it is so important to properly examine, diagnose, and treat your condition. Nar London welcomes patients in London to explore hair loss treatment options.


Why am I losing hair?

Losing hair is a natural process as we normally lose on average 50-100 hairs daily. However, in some cases, it could be more serious leading to hair thinning, receding hairline, and hair loss. There are many causes of hair thinning and hair loss that can vary from person to person. For instance, ageing, stress, genetics, diet, illness & hormones are just some of the common causes. At Nar London, we have years of experience in this field to get to the bottom of your hair concerns as well as the best options to treat them.

Can Hair Loss be reversed?

Depending on the reason and the stage of your hair loss, there is a chance to regrow dormant follicles naturally and tackle hair thinning. Therefore, getting to the bottom of the cause is probably the most important factor when it comes to treating hair loss and hair thinning.


How Much Does Hair Loss Treatment Cost in London, UK?

The cost of treating hair loss in London depends on many factors including the treatment options that will work best for you. At Nar London, we make it our goal to get to know you and identify the reasons behind your hair loss to develop a personalized treatment plan. We will review the cost of your treatment with you during your initial free consultation.

What Are My Treatment Options for Hair Loss?

Treatment options can include but are not limited to non-invasive treatments such as PRP injections, I-PRF injections, Mesotherapy, and supplements. We will advise you for the best treatment depending on the stage of your condition.

What is PRP for Hair Loss and How Does It Work?

PRP has been a great advancement in the medical world across multiple specialties. When PRP is injected into the scalp, it helps heal any disorder or inflammation that can be causing hair thinning or loss. The process of the treatment consists of drawing a small of your own blood and putting it into a centrifuge. This allows the blood to separate the “platelet-rich plasma” or the liquid gold as it is often called. We then take the specialized cells, platelets, and growth factors and inject that back into your scalp. We use the U-225 mesogun which makes the treatment painless and is quite fast. The whole process takes about 45 minutes. You can also combine PRP with Mesotherapy to enhance the results.

PRP is a sought-after hair loss treatment because it works as a male and female hair loss treatment and helps address the underlying cause of poor hair growth.

Find out also about i-PRF as this treatment is similar to PRP but releases the growth factors gradually in a longer period of time.

How Fast Will I See Hair Regrowth and Results?

The quality of the platelet-rich plasma will depend on the person and their lifestyle. It is better to follow a healthy lifestyle and not smoking or drinking alcohol for better quality. We generally recommend PRP to be done in a series for best results. Each patient’s treatment plan will be determined during your initial free consultation.


Book a free consultation for hair loss


You don’t need to just accept hair loss as there are possible treatments that can truly help. At Nar London, Harley Street, our boutique practice develops customized treatment plans for patients in London that address the underlying cause of your hair loss to support healthy re-growth. Contact us today to schedule a consultation to learn more about your treatment options.

Nar London located in Harley Street, London is a leader in Hair Loss and non-invasive Hair Restoration treatments. Book a free consultation now.





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