Paul McGinley is a professional golfer and former Ryder Cup player and captain. Paul recently had hair transplant surgery at HRBR, Hair Restoration Blackrock in Co. Dublin. See the results of Paul’s hair transplant in the before and after photos below, learn more about his reasons for having a hair transplant and what brought him
Irish social media star and television presenter James Kavanagh recently attended HRBR in Dublin, Ireland for an FUE hair transplant. On the day, James had over 1,900 grafts or over 4,000 hairs transplanted. James’ surgery was carried out in one day at the purpose built hair transplant clinic in south Dublin. The FUE Hair Transplant
Anton Du Beke had a hair transplant at HRBR. He recently came back for a review. We spoke to him about the experience, both of the initial transplant and of the results so far. We also found out what led him to decide to have the procedure at HRBR. Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton du Beke
I spoke to a friend recently who informed that he was thinking of buying a sports car from the 1990s now worth about €25000. I said to myself, He must be cracked! Than I reflected on my appointment with HRBR the previous week and what I was planning to spend for my own hair transplant (€10,000). It occurred to me that he may question my sanity if I had been upfront with him.
I was with Maurice today for my six monthly appointment and I just want to say how well I am treated by him and indeed all your staff.
Initially I was very hesitant and nervous about having a hair transplant but from the first minute I entered the clinic I was made feel at ease and at no stage did I feel that I was being sold a product or there was a sales pitch going on by the staff that looked after me.
I have been a client of HRBR for the past 10 years and have been taking the prescribed Finasteride and applying Regaine daily. In the last couple of years I have noticed a certain amount of thinning of my hair again and receding of my hairline, as I am still young I do not want to go bald and decided to go to HRBR to talk about a transplant.
Hello my name is James Nesbitt. Several years ago, I began losing my hair and like a lot of men it was a major concern to me, in fact it was practically an obsession. But, also I’m an actor so I’m in the public eye a lot and I really felt that my hair loss could affect my career prospects.
“Simon Cowell came up to me and said, ‘You know, you’re starting to lose your hair, dear”. I said, ‘I am not, dear! And anyway, you’re going grey!’?” But Cowell persisted “Darling,” he sighed. “You are. You’re losing your hair”.
I could have just left it and got on with things, but with TV today, everything is in high definition, and people notice every little thing. And if you’re getting on, and you’re on TV with a lot of young people, you have to look after yourself.
So I thought, ‘I don’t want a bald spot! I’m going to get this sorted.I wanted to get the problem solved before it became a problem. It’s like going to the doctor and getting something done for your heart before it goes.
It’s called maintenance. It’s not a wig or a syrup of figs or an Irish jig. It’s just me, with my own hair, feeling better. I saw what it had done for other people. I saw James Nesbitt before and after and I thought, ‘Hey, he looks better.’ He actually looked good… for him.”
“I have to tell you I’m very, very happy with how it went. It’s been fantastic. I do feel younger; the pictures you see show that there has been an improvement. You feel more comfortable and confident in yourself.”