Hair transplants from as little as £2000

If you are worried about losing your hair, you’re in good company. At least 40% of men in the UK suffer from balding and hair loss.

Luckily, there is an option to regain a full head of hair.  Private Cosmetic work with top surgeons to bring high-quality hair transplants to the public at great-value prices.

Consultations take place at our clinic located in Birmingham’s Hagley Road, as well as at our London offices in Devonshire Street, steps away from the medical mecca of Harley Street.

Prices for hair transplants with Private Cosmetic start from as little as £2 per graft.  Get in touch today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Hair transplants at world class facility in Hall Green

Private Cosmetic surgeries are carried out at a modern, fully equipped clinic in Hall Green, Birmingham. The facility is respected in the industry and is also used by the NHS for a number of treatments.

There are two main types of transplant;  Follicular Unit Extraction and Follicular Unit Transplantation. FUE hair transplants take between 1 and 4 hairs in each graft. Transplants heal within 7 days and leave no scars.

Private Cosmetic surgeons usually prefer the less invasive FUE method

Confidential, expert advice

Low-impact procedure

Treatment at a time to suit you

Excellent aftercare

Take your first step to restoring your hair


Every surgery is different, but with our professional help, you can quickly get back to living the hair filled lifestyle of your dreams.

Take the first step today by filling in the form at the bottom of the page.  Our consultants will call your direct to arrange a hassle-free, no-obligation consultation at a time that is convenient to you.

Don’t miss out, take the first step towards restoring your hair (and confidence) today.

What is a hair transplant?

This minor procedure is carried out under local anaesthetic.  The grafts are inserted using a special tool.

When do I see hair growth?

Hair roots typically show new growth in 3 months. You may see some hair loss as the follicles take root.

When can I go back to work?

This really depends on your job. If you are mostly office based, you could be at work in a few days.

Will my hair transplant hurt?

The procedure itself will not hurt, however, you may experience mild discomfort dealt with by aspirin.

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