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Hair, like you've
never lost it.

HAIR  TRANSPLANT  SPECIALIST
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Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S)
Membership of Royal College of GP’s (M.R.C.G.P)
Diploma in Practical Dermatology (D.P.D)

Over 6000
successful
Hair
Restoration
Surgeries

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About Dr. Raghu Reddy

His interest in hair restoration dates back to his medical school years, when he battled significant hair loss. This motivated him to pursue further training in hair restoration after qualifying in surgical training in West of Scotland Deanery.

Having struggled with hair loss for several years, he is deeply empathetic towards his patients and passionate about his work. Having suffered the consequences of poor hair restoration surgery, his mission statement is to ensure that no patient evergoes through the agony he went through following a poor surgical outcome.


Dr Raghu Reddy is a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery and is highly recommended by patient advocacy platforms such as The Hair Restoration Network, Hairsite, and the American Hair Loss Association.

Having had first-hand experience of hair restoration surgery, both as a surgeon and as a patient, he developed a keen understanding of the limitations of FUE and strip surgery (FUT).

This enabled him to pioneer Third Generation FUE, a cutting-edge minimally invasive surgical technique. To date, he has performed nearly 6,000 successful hair restoration procedures, both in the UK and overseas.

Using Third Generation FUE, he has been able to achieve undetectable results with impeccable hairlines, near natural density, perfect angles, and temple angle closure.

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A cutting-edge, minimally invasive surgery. Mastered
by an experienced surgeon

Please pick the right hair restoration
surgeon

The illusion of 
choice.

Hair restoration surgery has become very popular in recent years, partly driven by improvements in outcomes and partly because of increased awareness about the safety concerns of the surgery. ​

Today, there are many options available to consumers seeking hair restoration surgery. The illusion of choice has led many to become victims of poorly planned surgeries and poor outcomes.


I have battled with hair loss and poor hair restoration surgery for 17 years, and for the first time in 17 years, I am thrilled with the state of my hair.

Hair restoration surgery is a very surgeon-dependent surgery, and it is of paramount importance to pick the right surgeon. It is also a unique surgery because we have to deal with a minimal number of hair follicles to give an illusion of more hair.

Until technology improves, and hair cloning becomes mainstream; the surgeon must take extreme care in preserving the donor hair.

On top of this, hair loss is progressive, and in most instances, poorly planned surgery can cause more harm than good, which I have personally experienced.

There are a lot of options available to address hair loss and surgery is just one of them. Hence, it is advisable that prospective clients insist on meeting the surgeon performing the surgery and address all available options before undergoing surgery.

As a team, what we have understood over these past 14 years is the fact that FUE hair restoration surgery is more art than science. Whilst the emphasis during our earlier years was on speed and efficiency, now we focus more on attention to detail and creating near perfect outcomes where possible. We are also proud to proclaim that our yield rates on average are better than 85% which is one of the highest in the industry and our transaction rates are one of the lowest, hence providing exceptional value for money for us clients.   

 

Also what we have noticed is that by placing more emphasis on creating age specific and face specific hairlines and density the satisfaction index among our clients has increased significantly and despite clients having very high expectations, we have been consistently able to better our clients expectations. 

As a team more than 40% of our work is repair and correction work and we appreciate the fact that clients not only want a decent head of hair, they also appreciate the fact that the hair looks and feels natural with natural angles and hardly evidence of any work being undertaken. To that end we believe hair restoration surgery is a bit like fine watchmaking. One could possibly assemble a watch to read time or one can invest time and expertise and attention to detail needed to create a masterpiece that our clients can enjoy for a very long time.

I have had a long-drawn and frustrating battle with hair loss. Genetically predisposed to balding, I started losing hair when I was in medical school.

My personal battle with hairloss...

I vividly remember those days, when I would be consumed by anxiety at the thought of being a twenty-year-old with a receding hairline. From being an outgoing twenty-something who enjoyed football and ballroom dancing, I withdrew into a shell and spent most of my time obsessing about how to hide my baldness or avoiding people entirely.

It was not until my final year in college that I learned that there were medications to address my problem. I was prescribed Minoxidil and Propecia, and though a significant amount of damage had already been done, it did halt progression. Though I would have liked a full head of hair, I learned to live with my receding hairline. Surgical solutions at that time offered extremely poor outcomes, and medications could only do so much.

Beginning of a long struggle...

Some years later, I heard of a clinic in Europe that claimed to have developed a new technique that offered far better results than FUE and FUT. Carried away by my excitement, I paid €15,000 for 1,000 grafts without even meeting the surgeon, hoping that the clinic and surgeon had my best interests at heart.

The postoperative period was uneventful, and I returned to work in a week. However, in the third month, I noticed that there was a huge gap between the area that was transplanted and my existing hair. I was suffering from significant shock loss due to the trauma associated with the surgery. When I called up the clinic, they reassured me that this was common side-effect and would reverse overtime.

However, by nine months, not only had the shock loss not reversed, but the transplanted follicles also looked weak and wispy.

To add insult to injury, my donor area was ravaged and there were very few good follicles left to do any meaningful correction surgery. I thought I would have to forever live with the outcomes of a poor surgery.

A silver lining...

I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason. And I was right – this unfortunate event shaped my entire career.

I immersed myself in hair restoration surgery and met with surgeons all over the world. I was keen to better my skills in hair restoration in general and FUE in particular. I spoke to some of the best surgeons in the industry and assembled a highly motivated and ethical team..

And as they say, every cloud has a silver lining, and after eight years of ridiculous hairstyles and hair thickening fibres and other concealers, I had a corrective procedure done following all the principles of FUE my team and I had mastered over the past few years.

A new purpose...

Needless to say, this entire experience has made me exceptionally empathetic towards my patients and has pushed me to never compromise on quality. We ensure that the patient is fully informed of the scope and limitations of the surgery, so that they are never disappointed with the results. Because of our patient-friendly approach, advanced technology, and commitment to providing best-in-industry outcomes, I can safely say we have some of the highest satisfaction scores in the industry.

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