Is there any risk of side effects, or complications such as infections?

At Vinci hair clinic, we have made hair transplants into a science, so that you can rest assured that there is no risk for side effects or complications. All equipment is sterilized according to the highest medical standards, and you will be given an antibiotic so there is no chance of an infection. We supply…

Will the procedure hurt?

You should have no pain during the procedure. At the beginning of the treatment you’ll receive a local anaesthetic that will make the donor and recipient area completely numb and ensure your comfort throughout the surgery.

Will I have to shave my head for my hair transplant?

For FUT, only the hair in the donor strip is trimmed short and the rest of your hair is not touched. As long as you have approximately 1 cm of hair length at the back of your head, your hair will look the same after surgery as it always has. Vinci FUE sessions will require…

How long does the procedure take?

The duration of the procedure depends on the size of the area that is being treated. On average, a Vinci hair transplant session will take between 3-6 hours. After the procedure, you can go straight home and relax. Vinci FUE sessions can take considerably longer and in some cases will require more than one day,…

Will the transplanted hair need any special care?

No - after the healing period, your transplants need no special care. You treat it exactly as you would the rest of your hair. Use whatever shampoo you choose, style it however you want, swim, do contact sports – you can forget about your hair transplants and get on with enjoying life.

Will the hair grow naturally?

Absolutely. As we are using your own natural hair, it will continue growing at the same pace as the rest of your hair.

Do hair transplants look natural?

Yes. At Vinci Hair Clinic, we are dedicated to achieving the most natural looking results for our clients. We understand that a successful transplant is not only about technique, but also careful, well-planned placement of the grafts. We pay particular attention to hairline design, bearing in mind that it must look good today and as…

What happens if I am not a good candidate?

If you are not a good candidate for a hair transplant, the consultant will provide their honest assessment of your case and recommend alternative options, which may include MSP or medical treatments .

Why am I losing my hair?

Hair loss has a range of causes and it is important to get an expert diagnosis in order to choose the right treatment for your specific condition. For example, male pattern baldness is caused by a hormone called DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), which damages the hair follicles on the top of the head, but doesn’t affect the…

How does a hair transplant work?

Simply put, a hair transplant takes permanent hair follicles, that are genetically programmed to grow for the rest of your life, from the donor area at the back and sides of the head. This hair is then placed into the thin and balding areas of the scalp.

Is a hair transplant cheaper in Brazil than the UK?

Generally speaking, prices are very similar in both places. Of course, overall costs depend on your chosen surgical technique (FUE, FUT, Vinci Max) number of grafts, etc. but usually there is no considerable difference in prices between these locations.

What size of FUE punch is best for FUE?

This will depend on the texture of the hair, the size of the grafts and what area they are to be implanted into. For an eyebrow transplant, 0.6 mm is the norm, while we tend to use 0.8 – 1mm for a normal FUE hair transplant. Usually you will not see any visible scars with…

Can I have a hair transplant after having Micro Scalp Pigmentation?

Yes, you can and it wont affect the hair growth in any way. Many people that are completely bald choose to complement their MSP treatment by having a few hundred hairs implanted with our FUE technique. We distribute the grafts all over the scalp to give the realistic texture and sensation of short hair growth…

Can I get my insurance to pay for my hair transplant?

In most cases no, NHS in the UK will pay for a handful of surgeries per year but not in normal balding or thinning cases. We have had a few clients which have lost their hair following accidents where there was a private insurance liability and the insurance company paid for their hair transplant but…