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Male Hair Transplant

Gentlemen, if you have endured the jokes about your baldness, it’s time to address those persistent bald patches and consider a hair transplant. Every day is a new opportunity, so take action today and explore the best male hair transplant options.

What is a Male Hair Transplant?

In a male hair transplant, the surgeon harvests hair from the donor area and implants it into the recipient area, which may include the hairline, mid-scalp, and crown. Male pattern baldness is more common than female pattern baldness. When pattern baldness starts, hair begins to recede at the hairline and then spread to the crown area. If not treated in time, this pattern can lead to total baldness.


The following are some benefits of male hair transplants:

  • A permanent solution for baldness.
  • Minimally invasive surgery.
  • Enhance personality.
  • Boosts self-confidence.
  • Reduced scarring is possible with the FUE technique, though individual results may vary.
  • Reduced recovery time.
  • The transplanted hair follows a natural growth cycle.

Who is the best candidate for Male Hair Transplant?

Not every man above 18 is an ideal candidate for a hair transplant; factors such as hair type, the extent of hair loss, and medical conditions affect candidacy. Although there are no specific age restrictions, our doctors recommend evaluating the stability of hair loss before proceeding with a hair transplant. Moreover, the candidate should also fulfill the following criteria:

  • The patient has realistic expectations and understanding of the surgery.
  • Individuals who have lost hair due to accidental injuries or burns.
  • Individuals who lost hair due to chemotherapy should consult extensively, as hair regrowth varies and may not be permanent.
  • People with certain types of alopecia, such as androgenetic alopecia or traction alopecia, may consider the FUE method.
  • Individuals who understand and are prepared for possible discomfort after the procedure.

How can I prepare myself for hair transplant?

You don’t need to do much to prepare for hair transplant surgery. Consult an experienced who understands individual cases. Additionally, follow these common do’s and don’ts to achieve effective results.

  • Cease smoking and alcohol consumption at least 4 weeks before the procedure to improve healing and outcomes.
  • Avoid taking any blood-thinning medicines, and consult with your doctor before discontinuing any prescribed medication.
  • If you have diabetes or high blood pressure, inform your doctor.

Hair Transplant Procedure

Normally, male hair transplants can be performed using two techniques:

FUT Hair Transplant Procedure

FUT hair transplant is a traditional technique used to regrow hair on bald spots. In FUT, the surgeon removes a strip of skin from the back or sides of the head and implants it in the crown area. Although FUT hair transplant is more invasive, it can be cost-effective and allows for the transplantation of a larger number of grafts in a single session.

FUE Hair Transplant 

A widely known technique for male hair transplant is the FUE technique. FUE stands for Follicular Unit Extraction. In FUE, the surgeon extracts individual follicular units from the donor area using a micro-punch tool and implants them one by one into the recipient area.

This technique is minimally invasive and produces the desired results. 


After undergoing a hair transplant, expecting immediate results is unrealistic. The hair transplant process involves the following phases:

Phase 1

Healing. The treated area heals, with minimal signs of surgery depending on the technique used and individual healing factors.

Phase 2

Shedding. It’s normal for transplanted hair to shed after 2-3 months, as part of the normal hair growth cycle. The hair follicles remain capable of growing new hair.

Phase 3

Growth. In 9-12 months, significant new hair growth is typically seen, but full results may take up to 18 months. These hairs follow the natural cycle of shedding and regrowing like natural hair.

Cost of male hair transplant in Dubai

The average cost of a male hair transplant in Dubai starts from 13,500 AED. Each individual has a unique type of hair loss. Some may require a minimal number of grafts, while others with extensive baldness may need a maximum number of grafts. Therefore, prices vary. Additionally, the geographical location of the clinic also influences the treatment cost.

Side effects

A hair transplant is generally considered safe. However, as with any surgical procedure, it carries some risks, including:

  • Pain, swelling, and infection in the treated area.
  • Bleeding Sensation changes in the treated area.

Why Choose Us?

In a male hair transplant, the expertise of the surgeon and the quality of the clinic significantly impact the final results. At Dubai Cosmetic Surgery Clinic, we take pride in our team of highly qualified doctors and staff who have consistently delivered excellent results. Currently, we offer free consultations for hair transplants to all candidates. Contact us at +971 4 348 5575 or fill out the form below.

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