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WMG London in The Standard

Westminster Medical Group recently appeared in The Standard newspaper discussing hair transplant surgery and non-surgical hair loss solutions at our Harley Street clinic in central London. Contact

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WMG Soft Natural Hairline

A soft natural looking hairline is a key goal for many people who undergo hair transplant surgery. Achieving a hairline that looks natural involves several

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Hair Transplant Training Academy

Westminster Medical Group offers advanced training in both FUE and FUT hair transplant surgery, including Scalp Micropigmentation treatment with our leading Harley Street practitioners. If

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

At Westminster Medical Group we are closely monitoring the Corona virus epidemic in London and have given the situation a lot of thought on how

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The Undeniable Trend of Beards

Since 2014 actors, musicians, models, sports stars and trendy hipsters started sporting beards in large numbers, making facial hair fashion much more mainstream. The rising

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Types of Hair Loss

Most people suffer from hereditary-pattern hair loss, also called androgenetic alopecia. A variety of other factors such as stress, traumatic events, hormonal changes, medical conditions

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Hair Transplant Density

Hair transplant density refers to the number of hair follicles or grafts that are transplanted into a specific area of the scalp. It is typically

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Hair Loss Medications

Finasteride and minoxidil are two common medications used to treat hair loss, specifically male pattern baldness (androgenetic alopecia) in men, but they can also be

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WMG London Approach

Our closely-knit team of physicians, technicians, and medical personnel are highly skilled professionals committed to providing the finest hair transplant experience in the United Kingdom.

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