This is just a short note to express my appreciation to yourself, Jo and the team for what I consider to be a wonderful result from my two FUT sessions in June 2007 and June 2008.
As you know, I had extensive hair loss (Norwood VI at least) and in my early fifties had more or less written off the possibility of achieving a satisfactory hair transplant. At that stage in my life I had learned to live with my baldness – I felt I had no choice – but it was always an irritant. So when by chance one evening I stumbled upon a report on Irish TV from a reputable programme on the impressive work of your clinic I just knew I had to find out more via a consultation. The big questions was could your team and your procedures help me? The answer, to my delight, was an encouraging “yes we can”…Read More
When I got married 15 years ago, my Dad came up to me at the wedding and said to me, “Son, you’re losing your hair.” He was right, and the effects were becoming more noticeable, a small but growing bald patch at the front.
I pressed on in the hope that somehow the baldness which had plagued every generation of my family was not going to get me – my Grandad was bald by 20 and my Dad has had a 70’s style comb over since I was very young. Sadly, will power alone didn’t keep my hair on my head and gradually I became bald at the front heading to the back of my head, with the odd wisps of hair to remind me of days long gone.
It got so noticeable, in 2003 that I had a grade 1 cut all over. This balanced out my hair line but aged me overnight….Read More
To Maurice, Joanne and all the staff at Hair Restoration,I would like to thank you all for the kindness and professionalism you afforded me while having my procedure carried out.A very Merry Xmas and good fortune for 2010 to you all.Read More
It was when I was about 24 or 25 that I noticed my hair was thinning. I didn’t mind the receding hairline but when I looked in the mirror, or was at the hairdresser, and saw the extent of the thinning my confidence completely went overnight. After a few weeks I began to wear a baseball cap. To make things worse my dad, uncles and many other family members all had great hair. From the start I wanted to do something about it and not let it get worse. I endlessly looked up the internet, saw ads in papers and saw an ad in the Irish Times. The reason for writing this letter is “you have to pay for good results”. This is definite and if money is a problem it is better to do nothing. The advertisement in a very professional newspaper impressed me…Read More
I hope you are keeping well. I have been meaning to email you for quite some time to express my gratitude to both you and your team at Samson House for the level of professionalism and patient care shown towards me over the last 2 years. I am very happy with the results you achieved through last year’s scar repair and hair transplant…Read More
I wasn’t even twenty when I realised I was losing my hair. I was devastated. To some people that would be no big deal going bald but to me it was everything. I decided to do something about it so I went by an ad I saw in the Sunday World, what a mistake that turned out to be. I was sold a transplant by a salesman which turned out to be a complete disaster. Then they covered it up with a hairpiece. I thought this was as good as it could get, so for over 10 years this is what I settled for…Read More
To Maurice and Staff,
I would like to thank you for all the care and professionalism you provided me with when attending your clinic.
I will certainly be recommending your services to family and friends, and would like to take this opportunity to wish you and your staff a very merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year.Read More
I started going bald in my early 20’s and while some people told me to shave my head i felt very self conscious about my appearance. I looked around to see what solutions there were and was bombarded by all kinds of options from hair plugs to wigs. As a young man I was embarrassed to talk to anyone about it so not wanting plugs in in my head i opted for a wig. I was assured that it would improve my life, my confidence and how I felt about myself. Instead it ruined every bit of confidence i ever had. The truth is it didn’t look natural at all, i felt extremely self conscious and i knew that everybody was taking about it. The problem with a wig is that once you get one you feel completely trapped as now it’s harder to go back…Read More
I write this email to you as a 35 year old male from Dublin who would like to warn other guys similar to me from making the same mistakes I have made.
I first visited the clinic in 2005 when I first was starting to feel paranoid about my hair thinning, and wanting to take a proactive approach, and to hope that I could avoid other people noticing.
At the time I was warned against a hair transplant, partly due to the fact that I may not have really needed one at the time, but also as I was told then, that the key thing is to plan for the future and to use the donor hair you have very wisely. Instead I was recommended medical treatments, which I followed for a number of months, but in hindsight should have continued…