Seek­ing Per­fec­tion? Aren’t you?

In a world where per­fec­tion is con­tin­u­ously sought and our outer ap­pear­ances are be­com­ing in­creas­ingly more scrui­tinised, we look into the lead­ing Hair trans­plan­ta­tion clinic, Medike­mos, on the de­liv­ery of per­fec­tion through med­i­cal in­ter­ven­tion.

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Liv­ing in an age of con­stant strive for ma­te­ri­al­is­tic pos­ses­sions and the per­fect body beau­ti­ful, the pres­sure has never been so great to look your best on your big day or any day. Phys­i­cal pos­ses­sions such as de­signer la­bels and real es­tate through to cloth­ing can be pur­chased eas­ily but what hap­pens when the prob­lem is a phys­i­cal one? A prob­lem that is ge­netic or caused through an ac­cu­mu­la­tion of things that no ma­te­ri­al­is­tic pur­chases can fix? As one of our big­gest char­ac­ter­is­tics, our hair is what gives us our iden­ti­fies. Long or short our hair forms our sil­hou­ette and de­ter­mines our outer ap­pear­ance to the world. So what hap­pens when things go wrong and hair loss, which is largely present in men, starts to de­te­ri­o­rate and all the ex­pen­sive lo­tions and po­tions in the world can not erad­i­cate the loss? As cos­metic surgery be­comes ever more popular our quest for look­ing our best, con­stantly chas­ing pre­ci­sion is be­com­ing a common ev­ery day decision. From im­plants to li­po­suc­tion the body beau­ti­ful can be bought and now, so too can your hair line. Medike­mos, headed by the greatly re­spected Dr. Emorane Lu­panzula, is renowned through­out the World for its un­be­liev­able re­sults and gen­uine long term in­ter­ven­tion of hair loss. In­tri­cate tech­no­log­i­cal ad­vances per­formed by Doc­tor Lu­panzula can quite sim­ply trans­form pa­tients lives adding con­fi­dence where it had once dis­persed. With po­ten­tially neg­a­tive phys­i­o­log­i­cal ef­fects hair loss can ef­fect not only the scalp by the loss of fol­li­cles over time, but an in­di­vid­u­als en­tire per­son­al­ity. Caused ei­ther by genes, stress or in some cases ac­ci­den­tal by over pro­cess­ing in the form of colour­ing and treat­ments, hair loss will not stop un­less med­i­cally pre­vented.

With pa­tients world­wide, Dr. Lu­panzula has per­formed thou­sands of hair trans­plants us­ing his un­equalled, in­tri­cate skills and lead­ing tech­nol­ogy of pa­tiently trans­plant­ing the hair. From celebri­ties, to sports per­son­al­i­ties to in­di­vid­u­als all ex­pe­ri­enc­ing loss, many clin­ics pro­fess lead­ing trans­plants, Dr Lu­panzula un­ques­tion­ably leads in the field. Dr Lu­panx­ula has also lec­tured or pre­sented to most sur­geons known within the field. Dr Lu­panzula’s two main op­tions for your trans­plan­ta­tion, which is only booked after thor­ough con­sul­ta­tions and his in­di­ca­tions of re­sults verus your ex­pec­ta­tions, is by “FUE” method or “FUT”. The ac­tual pro­ce­dure is spread over a two day pe­riod with the re­sults ac­count­able over a 12 month win­dow giv­ing the fol­li­cles chances to de­velop and grow. You then re­visit the sur­geon for follow ups and in­spec­tion, like­wise any con­cerns you may have in the mean­time, Medike­mos’s com­mit­ted ex­pe­ri­enced team will be on hand to you. So what are the meth­ods?


The FUE pro­ce­dure re­moves the healthy fol­li­cles taken from the donor area of the scalp, after lo­cal anes­the­sia. A punch (knife cylin­der from 0.8 to 0.9 mm in di­am­e­ter) is used to “iso­late” each fol­lic­u­lar unit from its sub­cu­ta­neous at­tach­ments. Each fol­lic­u­lar unit is then col­lected us­ing mi­cro-for­ceps. The fol­lic­u­lar units are har­vested and then re­planted as quickly as pos­si­ble into the re­cip­i­ent area(your hair loss area).The scar left after re­moval by FUE will be a se­ries of sub-mil­lime­ter points, the di­am­e­ter of the punch that is used. Th­ese scars are vir­tu­ally in­vis­i­ble to the naked eye be­cause of their size and ar­range­ment. It is worth not­ing that FUE pro­ce­dure is the pre­ferred hair trans­plant tech­nique by Doc­tor Emorane Lu­panzula be­cause of the ex­cep­tional re­sults it boasts. Other tech­niques avail­able by Medike­mos in­clude FUT, which is the strip method, lit­er­ally tak­ing a strip of hair from the donor area (usu­ally back of the head) and then trans­plant­ing it within the hair loss area (the re­cip­i­ent area). For those pa­tients look­ing for a hair trans­plant but do not have enough hair within the donor area for FUE or FUT meth­ods, there is BHT ( Body Hair Trans­plant) which is where Dr. Emorane Lu­panzula works with hair from other ar­eas of the body to be the donor area. For more in­for­ma­tion, see the web­site. Any­thing is pos­si­ble within this clinic of ex­cel­lence. Medike­mos is a truly un­be­liev­able ex­pe­ri­ence from the ini­tial con­sul­ta­tion, which are held through­out the UK or at their Pall Mall London con­sul­ta­tion lo­ca­tion, through to the day of the surgery, which is per­formed just un­der a lo­cal anes­thetic. With its state of the art pi­o­neer­ing fa­cil­i­ties, Medike­mos boasts a very am­bi­ent and re­lax­ing ex­pe­ri­ence mak­ing your steps to a new you as plea­sur­able as hav­ing a thick, healthy hair line again. If you are con­sid­er­ing surgery, per­haps plan­ning your big day and want to have a strong hair­line, per­haps you are cu­ri­ous what is pos­si­ble or maybe your hair loss is nig­gling away at you and your con­stant strive to deny the loss or cover it up is prov­ing too much, then why not ar­range a free of charge con­sul­ta­tion? Medike­mos in part­ner­ship with Pride Life are of­fer­ing FREE con­sul­ta­tions to read­ers. For more in­for­ma­tion view: medike­ or call 020 7129 1227 or email heidi@medike­ with your ques­tions or con­sul­ta­tion re­quests.



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