Hair Transplants done the right way

Hair Clinical brings you a bespoke hair transplant and aftercare solution to enable the change you will love to see read more

Written By Lisa Thomas

On December 16, 2019

Read more

Lisa travels to the Farjo Institute: 

This week, I travelled to Manchester to observe two top transplant surgeons at the Farjo Institute in action. The Fargo Institute, is considered to be one of the leading hair transplant clinics in the world. It has been running for over 25 years and it was a real honour to be invited behind the scenes to see how this team operates. 

The Clinic is really impressive, offering state of the art apparatus and a spotless environment mixed with a friendly and welcoming team. 

I had to be at the clinic early in the morning to meet Bessam and his team. I was given a gown, cap and mask and taken into the first theatre where an FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant surgery was underway. 

Later on that morning I was invited to watch an FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) surgery followed by an eyebrow surgery in the afternoon. 

I was blown away by the level of skill and expertise shown not only by the surgeons, but by every member of the team who were involved in these cases. Their attention to detail and care shown to each patient was outstanding. 

I came away from the day feeling absolutely certain that Bessam and his team are a credible referral solution for our patients when other trichology treatments are not the best way forward.  It was lovely to actually see and experience the Clinic first hand.  Thank you Bessam! 

At Hair Clinical we constantly strive to seek out the best and latest solutions for our much treasured patients.  I believe that travelling to meet with other experts in our professional field is the only way to do this and I know that our patients greatly value this extra diligence on our part. 

If you would like to know more about the facts when it comes to a hair transplant – please just give me a call and I will gladly talk you through it. 

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This