The cost of hair transplant cannot be covered by the social insurance/state insurance in several countries. Other hair loss treatments can be prescribed within social health systems, and yet hair transplant surgery is often not seen as a necessity.
How much your hair transplant will cost depends on a few variables:
- Your surgeon
It depends on you because the larger the bald area or patches, the more number of hair follicles needed for the transplant.
It depends on your surgeon because in some countries such as the UK, hair transplant is an expensive option. Therefore, where your surgeon is performing the operation, where the clinic is located make a huge difference in terms of the price. The hair transplant cost varies depending on the quality of the operation too.
An undetectable hair transplant, and hairline can only be managed by the best hair transplant surgeons. The number of grafts transplanted can determine the number in some cases, and yet, some surgeons and clinics may have a set price.
The best way to find out is to ask for the prices of the best surgeons in your area or where you want to have the hair transplant surgery. In a few countries, hair restoration is very affordable. After finding out about the prices, you can start saving or think about how you can finance your hair transplant. It is a permanent treatment for male pattern hair loss, and in the long run, it is cheaper than using cosmetic hair products. It is a life-time investment – the transplanted hair stays with you your whole life. Hair transplant is a good value cosmetic surgery. If you buy a full package of accommodation, transport, and surgery, it may come in handy. You do not need to spend a fortune to get your hair back. Remember, if you find the right surgeon, and the right place, and if your hair loss permits, you can get your hair transplant in one session, and be done with the hair loss treatment.