Vinci’s London Hair Clinic offers a complete range of hair restoration services, including FUE hair transplants (follicular unit extraction), FUT hair transplants (also known as FUSS or Strip), eyebrow transplants, eyelash transplants, Vinci Max™ hair transplant and SMP (Scalp MicroPigmentation). All of these procedures are available to our clients in London and are performed using the latest and most innovative techniques.
Our headquarters in Central London offer you the ability to see the very best hair restoration consultants, along with taking advantage of the best quality of surgical care available. Also we have our SMP Scalp MicroPigmentation clinic located on Wigmore Street, where we have 1000’s of satisfied clients treated for baldness with this medical grade scalp pigmentation treatment.
A FUE hair restoration treatment is surgical procedure using the very latest techniques to harvest hair follicles individually from the donor area. These hairs are then be placed into the bald or thinning area of the scalp. Once the follicles are placed, the hair(s) will keep on growing naturally. This minimally-invasive and virtually a scar-free hair restoration technique allows the client to wear his hair as short as he feels like after the treatment. Once the new hair follicles grow, the new hairs blend in perfectly with the existing hairs on the patients head. This procedure is carried out at our state of the art hair restoration centre in Harley Street, London. With no stitches and no complex aftercare, you can get back to a normal, active life almost immediately after the procedure.
This hair restoration procedure is an extremely effective and simple hair restoration treatment. A strip of hair is removed from the donor area, (normally the back of the head) separated into individual grafts, and then placed into the bald or thinning area. One the hair transplant is complete and the follicles have healed in the recipient area, they will will keep on growing naturally for the rest of your life. A Vinci FUT Hair Transplant is the fastest method to cover large bald or thinning areas in a single 4-6 hour session. All FUT hair transplant procedures are carried out at our dedicated hair loss clinic on Harley Street.
SMP is a revolutionary procedure provided by Vinci Hair Clinic in London for the treatment of alopecia, baldness and thinning hair. SMP is a treatment for both men and woman and is undertaken by a process that involves injecting specific colour tones of medical grade pigments in to the epidermis layer of the skin, thus replicating a hair follicle. This instantaneous procedure can give you fantastic results from the first treatment and just requires you to have a cropped hair style for best results.
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Vinci consultations are free and private in our Harley Stree, or Wigmore Street locations. Both of our clinical locations are close to several tube stations and easily accessible for those residing inside or outside of London. All of our hair transplant procedures in London are carried out at our dedicated Harley Street clinic, fully licensed as an acute hospital with the CQC (Care quality commission) to carry out hair transplant procedures. We also have our location on Wigmore Street, which is our SMP academy and where we carry out our Scalp MicroPigmentation procedures.
Our state of the art facilities are designed to make the procedure comfortable for the client with flat screen televisions and a recovery area on the world famous Harley Street, London.
Finance is available for UK residents* and all procedures come with our guarantee, so there is no reason to wait any longer.
Contact Vinci Hair Clinic London and take your first step towards regaining your hair. Book your consultation now by calling the clinic on 020 300 494 84, or by simply filling out one of our online consultation forms.
Vinci Hair Clinic London
17 Wigmore Street
London W1U 1PQ
020 300 494 84
Vinci Hair Clinic Medical Centre Harley Street
130 Harley Street
London W1G 7JU
020 300 494 84
* Finance is subject to status
Vinci Hair Clinic is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority