Hair Loss

Hair loss happens to 2 out of 3 men, and 1 out of 5 women.

Frequent use of shampoo, poor blood circulation, wearing a cap, or similar personal habits have got nothing to do with hair loss.

For men, hair loss is usually genetically determined. As for women, it is often hormonal changes, including those that appear during the menopause, that are the main cause of hair loss and thinning of the hair. Accidents, burns, and illness can also trigger this unfortunate process.

With genetically determined male hair loss, the earliest changes start to appear already after puberty, where most men will experience slightly higher temples. Hereafter, the hair will slowly thin out throughout the years.

Some men will already start loosing their hair at the age of 20. The hairline in the front will slowly start to pull north, and the temples will become higher. This process is often seen along with thinning at the top of the head, which will slowly result in a bare area on the top of the head - a so-called bald spot.

In the most extreme cases all hair on the head will eventually be lost, and only a belt of hair, along the sides and at the back of the head, will remain.

Hair loss is usually treated with medicaments at first. These can be obtained with a prescription. If you suffer from hair loss, the first step would be to see your GP.

For more information about these non-surgical methods of treatments, please refer to this article: Non-surgical options for the treatment of hair loss

An increasing amount of people suffering from hair loss are going for surgery in order to win back their hair. A hair transplant will be able to recreate the hair in the areas, where it has been lost. For further information on the various methods for hair transplants, please read on below.


Here, you will find all the treatments for Hair Loss. The treatments are categorised according to the method used. Click on a treatment in order to read more, or go directly to the clinics that perform the requested treatment.

Hair Transplantation

FUE is the newest technique in the field of hair transplantation. Strips of skin are not cut out. Instead the follicle units are taken from the donor area individually, and then planted individually. The method is the most time consuming and there...

Information on hair transplant surgery using fue/fox technique  

With a FUT hair transplant, a whole strip of skin is cut from the donor area, as with mini-micro grafting, but, as with FUE, its the single follicular units that are transplanted. The result is as good as with FUE.

Information on hair transplant surgery using fut/fuss technique  

Mini-micro grafting is the oldest technique for hair transplantation. A strip of skin is cut out from the donor area, cut into smaller pieces, and then placed in the recipient area. The technique is quicker and cheaper than FUE and FUT, but less e...

Information on hair transplant surgery using mini-micro grafting  

Surgical Procedure

Approximately 2 in 3 men will experience hair loss sooner or later in their life. The condition is often caused by a sensitivity to the male hormone DHT. Hair loss can happen to women as well, but it's a condition most commonly seen among men. ...

Information on scalp reduction surgery