Dear Maurice and team,I am almost twelve months post treatment and I am delighted with the results. It was a wonderful experience from start to finish and your professionalism and expertise are second to none! I am enclosing a wedding picture from December last as a testament to your good work! Many thanks.
Dear Maurice and the team,Thanks so much for doing such a great job on my hair. It feels fantastic. It means so much to me to have my hair back. It was one of the best days of my life. Really appreciate your hard work and dedication.
Literally every day I catch a glance in the mirror and think to myself ‘the transplant really has worked!’
For me it’s a great result even though its early days.
I am realising that I never actually believed that the transplant would make a difference for me.
Years of depression about the hair loss and not looking in the mirror, made me prepare that this procedure would not work be successful for me personally. I was however driven enough to try it and be prepared for it not making difference at all or a poor result.
But it has made a difference, and so, every day I am a little surprised (and grateful) at my reflection.
Thank you to all of you
I have just returned to Samson House for my six months check up. I had plugs implanted into my scalp in the 1980s which left me with an unnatural hairline. I had become paranoid from the age of 21 about my hair loss and had the plugs inserted. To date not one individual has commented on my new hairline. My new hair is growing at a phenomenal rate and my confidence is back. It really is so difficult to put into words about my euphoria with the ongoing growth. The last time this happened I was about six months old and not aware of the benefits! Each day there is growth and I am told by Dr Collins that this growth continues for about 1 1/2 years. The operation and its results are an absolute miracle to me and I would recommend to anyone who has had plugs to do something about it. While the cost of the operation was relatively expensive there is no monetary value in terms of the positives, the increased confidence, self worth and not having to hide a disfigured hairline.On a daily basis it has changed how I am living my life.
I will take the medication that you kindly prescribed for the 6 month period and look forward to meeting with you then to see where we might be able to go from there. In the meantime, many thanks again for your professional, friendly and warm welcome.
They say there are two things inevitable in life: 1) Death 2) Taxes. In my case there are three and you can guess the third!! So – many thanks on prolonging the third!Thanks again to everyone involved. P.S. Let me know when you guys find a solution to the first and second. Thanks!
About three years ago, I first noticed ‘thinning’ at my temples. Not thinking much of it at first, it progressed until, about 18 months ago, it was an all consuming obsession! I was losing hair daily, and my temples and crown in particular were getting very sparse! The stress and fear was unbearable with my mind constantly filled with worry and obsessing about my hairline. Sneaking glimpses in reflective surfaces and checking it 100 times a day became the norm, on top of increasing paranoia that ‘of course’ everyone was looking at the top of my head! The stress was impacting my life and, as a 36 year old man with a young family my self-image was not ready for baldness!…
My journey with hair loss began in my very early teens – my hand always seemed to have a habit of going for my head if I became worried about something. I particularly remember one day when studying for my Intermediate Certificate pulling a hair out my head and almost feeling immediate relief from the anxiety inside me. This began my life with a condition known as Trichotillomania. Of course I did not know there was a name for what I did until I was in my late twenties when I saw a girl on a Talk Show speak about how she had pulled out much of her hair…