Hair Transplant Compensation Claims
Hair Transplantation Surgery Gone Wrong
Hair transplant surgery involves extracting and moving healthy follicles from one ‘donor’ area of the head and implanting them in a ‘recipient’ bald or area of thinning hair.
Cosmetic surgery to combat baldness or thinning hair can be an option for patients who have lost significant amounts of hair stress, disease and negative reactions to medication. But the main cause of hair loss is normally genetics.
Almost half of UK men will experience some hair loss by the age of fifty but for some British men and women they will lose considerable amounts of hair much earlier. The main reason for men to undergo hair transplant surgery is Androgentic Alopecia or Male Pattern Baldness which is a hereditary condition and causes hair follicles to shrink and die.
When there is a failed hair transplant however, a claim for negligence during hair transplant surgery may be made. If you want to claim following the negligent work of your hair transplant clinic, then call us today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul, Head of our Cosmetic Negligence department or one of his team of expert hair loss surgery solicitors.
Restore More than Hair Loss
Hair loss can really affect an individual’s confidence and self-esteem so it’s not surprising that hair transplants have become more popular in the UK with the examples of sports and celebrities openly undergoing hair loss surgery over the past few years.
When hair transplant surgery goes wrong however, the emotional and physical consequences for the patient may be devastating.
Do you think your hair restoration surgery has gone wrong?
If so, talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors, now on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from our dedicated team of hair transplant claims solicitors.
The Hair Transplant Surgical Procedure
Hair transplant surgery is normally performed under local anaesthetic and the process of restoring hair loss can last between three to eight hours depending on the number of hair grafts that need to be made.
During a hair loss restoration surgery, the hair transplant surgeon makes an incision in the patient’s scalp to remove a thin strip of skin containing a large number of follicles. This is often taken from the back of the patient’s head.
The hair restoration surgeon then creates hundreds of grafts that contain either an individual hair or a small cluster of around two or three hairs. The hair transplant surgeon uses a needle to puncture tiny holes in the balding or thinning hair areas and plants each graft into a hole.
If your hair transplant surgery didn’t meet your expectations and you think you may have suffered hair transplants negligence then talk to our experienced hair transplant surgery solicitors for expert hair restoration legal advice. Call us now on 0800 634 0285 to start your hair loss surgery negligence claim for financial compensation.
Hair Transplant Negligence Claims with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors
Michael Saul and his team at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors have recovered over £2.5 million in compensation for the victims of cosmetic surgery gone wrong. Talk to us today if you feel that you are a victim of hair transplant negligence, and take these four steps to make a hair surgery claim:
- Speak to our expert Hair Transplant Claims team on 0800 634 0285
- Request a call back at a time that suits both you and your schedule
- Explain to us how your hair restoration surgery went wrong and let our experienced hair loss surgery solicitors provide you with your options
- Our dedicated hair surgery negligence solicitors will do the rest
What Happens When Hair Loss Surgery Goes Wrong?
After surgery to combat hair loss, the surgically transplanted hairs can take up to four months to start to grow while it may be a further six months before a patient can realistically assess the result of the hair transplant procedure. The success of a hair transplant for patients who are struggling with the loss of their hair can improve their life greatly.
However if a hair transplant surgery goes wrong, the permanent loss of their hair follicles can be extremely distressing for the patients suffering hair transplants gone wrong.
When a hair transplant goes wrong, there are some typical symptoms of negligence during the hair transplant surgery. Complications that can occur following a hair surgery gone wrong include:
- Inappropriate scarring around the donor area
If you are suffering from any of these symptoms of hair loss surgery gone wrong, then speak to the hair surgery compensation experts at Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors.
We have the expertise to identify where your hair transplant procedure has gone wrong and the dedication to help you make a successful hair restoration surgery claim. Talk to our experienced hair transplant surgery solicitors on 0800 634 0285 to make a hair loss surgery negligence claim for financial compensation.
Talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors about Hair Transplants Claims
Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors are the number one UK cosmetic surgery legal firm with an unrivalled record for producing the best possible results for patients who’ve suffered hair transplant negligence. We can help you secure a hair loss surgery financial award to compensate for the pain and suffering you’ve endured due to a hair surgery gone wrong.
We are here to answer any questions you may have about hair transplant negligence and can support you throughout what can be a draining process. Talk to Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors today on 0800 634 0285 or request a call back from Michael Saul or one of his team of hair restoration solicitors.