We previously reported how Homes Under the Hammer TV presenter Martin Roberts had undergone a £12,000 hair transplant, although the star had declined to reveal the results of the surgical hair transplant procedure due to the fact that it can take up to a year for transplanted hair follicles to grow new hair.
Whilst the procedure was done back in March, the hair is now about “seventy five per cent of the way there” according to Roberts. The married dad of two is hoping that the procedure will extend his TV career, after previously noticing the difference between his old hair density and the subsequent thin locks when watching old episodes of his hit TV show, which has been on screens for a decade.
“Things have changed”
Talking about his surprise at how different his younger self looked from how he felt at the time, Roberts said: “Oh boy, things have changed. I used to look like a young lad bouncing around talking about property. Now when I look at myself from then, I look like a 1970s C&A catalogue.”
The property expert added: “You don’t realise you have changed but when you look back and are faced with reality you realise there are a few more wrinkles.”
Of course, wrinkles are a part of ageing, as is hair loss for many men, although whilst reversing the signs of ageing can often mean cosmetic surgery, this does not have to be the case for hair loss.
As Roberts discussed, it can be easy to not notice gradual changes in our appearance as we age, and hair density and coverage is one such example. However, ignoring hair loss as we begin to see the start of a receding hairline, or perhaps scalp showing through due to thinning hair, will not make it go away.
Catching Hair Loss Early
Male pattern hair loss, which causes 95% of noticeable shedding in men, requires treatment to prevent hair thinning to point that a hair transplant is the only way forward. Providing that some degree of hair remains on the area you wish to treat, however, a clinically proven hair loss treatment plan containing the medications licensed by the MHRA and approved by the FDA to treat hair loss can help prevent further hair loss and regrow hair.
The first medication, Propecia, is an oral tablet that works by blocking DHT, the hormone that causes hair loss in those with a genetic predisposition. The second medication minoxidil is topical, allowing for precise treatment.
Available in a unique range of formulations up to a high strength minoxidil cream for stubborn hair loss, Belgravia’s hair loss specialists are able to create bespoke treatment plans based on your individual case, combining support with medication and a range of treatment boosters such as the FDA cleared Laser Comb.
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