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With so much being written in the media about hair transplants, much of it ill-informed, it’s useful to look at some of the main reasons that guys get hair transplants in the first place. Below are 10 great reasons to get a hair transplant.

1. Improve Confidence

This is a big one. It’s easy for people who haven’t suffered hair loss to underestimate just how much losing hair can affect your confidence. It’s not uncommon for men who are suffering from hair loss to become reclusive and not want to venture into the outside world. Getting a hair transplant can restore confidence when nothing else has worked.

 2. Increase Attractiveness

Another main reason for getting a hair transplant is to increase attractiveness and youthfulness. Whilst some guys can definitely pull off the shaved head look, others simply cannot and losing their hair can make them feel very insecure and unattractive.

 3. Stay Competitive in the Workplace

Whilst it’s nice to think that looks don’t play a part in a person’s ability to thrive in the workplace, it’s simply not true. All of us judge other people on looks, at least to some degree. It’s just human nature. Be having a full head of hair, you not only look better but it can also increase your confidence greatly, which is obviously important for your career.

 4. Get Rid of Social Stigma

There’s no doubt that guys with hair loss are easy targets for jokes, especially amongst friends. Whilst these jokes are usually not intended to be malicious, they can actually be very damaging to your self esteem, especially if you’re already self-conscious about your hair loss.

 5. Ditch Your Hat

It’s not uncommon for guys who are suffering from hair loss to live almost permanently underneath a hat. A hat might be a cheaper option than a hair transplant but it’s much better to be able to face the world without the need for head wear.

 6. Get a Natural Looking Head of Hair

A persistent myth about hair transplants is that they don’t provide natural-looking results. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Modern hair transplant techniques make use of individual follicles, which means they provide a natural looking head of hair.

7. Make a Great First Impression

Making a great first impression is important in so many areas in life, whether it’s dating, job interviews or any type of social interaction. Whilst it might seem harsh that you’d be judged for having a receding hairline or any other type of hair loss, the truth is that people will notice this when creating a first impression of you.

 8. Have More Choice of Hairstyles

This is a big plus that comes with having a hair transplant. When you have moderate to severe hair loss, your two options are to shave it completely or to grow it long in an attempt to cover up your hair loss. With a successful hair transplant, you’ll be able to choose any type of hair style you want.

 9. To Stop Obsessing About Your Hair loss

It’s a sad fact that many guys who are losing their hair can think about little else. It’s very easy for hair loss to become an obsession, especially if your losing hair at a rapid rate. Getting a hair transplant can not only improve your self-esteem but it can also lift the huge mental burden that many hair loss sufferers are all too familiar with.

 10. Invest in Your Appearance

The beauty industry is worth billions of dollars, with both men and women investing incredible amounts of money in their appearance every year. Modern men care just as much as their appearance as women and one of the best investments for maintaining a youthful appearance is to get a hair transplant.

Dr. Robert Jones

Dr. Robert Jones is recognized worldwide as an innovator in hair transplant techniques. He is a medical professional whose commitment to providing a high-quality surgical outcome is paramount.

He has been practicing medicine ever since earning his degree in 1979 from McMaster University’s Department of Medicine. He also took continuing education courses in cosmetic laser surgery at both Harvard and Loyola Universities.

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