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Gro your hair back for life with the most refined hair transplant experience in Australia.  
Performed from start to finish by certified doctors with natural results guaranteed.

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Gro your hair back for life with Gro

The most refined hair transplant experience in Australia.  

Performed from start to finish by certified doctors with natural results guaranteed.

Real people, real stories.

We’ve helped thousands of Australians just like you correct their hair loss. Follow their journeys in real time with complete transparency.

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How the Gro hair transplant experience works

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Consultation

Get in the know. A thorough 45-60 minute consultation with a Gro Hair Growth Specialist will give you all the facts you need to make an informed decision, including pricing.

If you’re deemed eligible and want to proceed, you can rest assured you’re in the best hands. Congratulations, this can be life-changing.

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Your big day

Onto the exciting part! A hair transplant procedure will usually be done over one day, or two for larger procedures.

There’s no cutting or scarring involved with the delicate instruments we use, but the area is numbed with a local anaesthetic to minimise any discomfort. 

You get to listen to your favourite music during the extraction phase, take a short lunch break and watch Netflix during the implantation phase.

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Postoperative care

Now, the waiting game.

Your transplanted grafts will start gro’ing in about 3-4 months after the procedure, but full results can take up to 12 months.

Our team is with you the entire time, checking in regularly and ensuring you’re happy.

What you get with a Gro hair transplant

Your hair transplant journey with Gro is a full, end-to-end experience. It includes everything from the initial consultation to pre-operative care, your big day in the hands of our unparalleled medical team and aftercare to maximise hair growth.

Over the years, our team has fine-tuned the hair transplant process to yield consistently outstanding results for our clients. The whole process, including the PFP (Precise Follicle Placement) technique in the core of it all, has been tried and tested, so you can feel confident in your choice. 

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What makes our method different

Not all hair transplants are created equal. Let’s talk about the difference between FUT, FUE and PFP.

Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT)

A follicular unit transplant (also called strip surgery) is much more invasive than modern hair transplants. In FUT, a long thin strip of scalp is cut out, typically from lower down on the back of the head. The hair follicles are divided into single units under a microscope. The scalp is then sewn back together where the strip was removed. Because the extraction phase is much quicker, FUT is a cheaper hair replacement method than the alternatives. However, it leaves a significant scar that can be seen under short hair. If you’re prone to keloid scarring, the scar can be very noticeable.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

Follicular unit extraction is another traditional hair transplantation technique. A punch is used to make a small circular cut in the skin around a hair follicle or group of follicles, leaving a small open hole. The process is repeated until there are enough follicles to cover the treatment area. Extraction can be done either manually (by a doctor or technician), or motorised (by a robot). The manual method causes less trauma to the skin. With both FUT and FUE, follicles are implanted by creating reception holes in the treatment area and placing the hair follicles into the holes with forceps. It allows little control over the angle, direction and depth of the hair. Implantation is normally done by technicians, not by doctors. With these older hair transplantation techniques, the focus is on the volume of follicles extracted, with little to no emphasis on follicle survival rate or natural-looking results.

Precise Follicle Placement (PFP)

PFP is a fine-tuned, world-class combination of the micro-FUE and direct implantation techniques. A punch with a diameter of less than 1mm is used to extract hairs one by one. Here at Gro, this minimally invasive extraction technique is always performed start to finish by a certified doctor, ensuring high quality and consistency. Our specialty tools are designed to minimise damage to the hair follicle and the skin. Between extraction and implantation, the follicles are kept in a growth solution at a constant temperature to ensure the highest survival rates. The Gro doctors have full control over the depth, direction and angle of each inserted hair follicle, giving our clients natural and undetectable results. There’s no need to create recipient holes in the treatment area with PFP, which allows for higher hair density.

Real people, real stories.

We’ve helped thousands of Aussies, just like you, correct their hair loss and there’s nothing like a before and after to showcase what hair transplants can do. 

Check out some of these hair transplant results, turning thinning areas to a full head of hair.

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Contact your local clinic

For hairline lowering or forehead reduction surgery in Sydney, call 02 9194 0140.

For hairline lowering or forehead reduction surgery in Melbourne, call 03 9081 5868.

For hairline lowering or forehead reduction surgery in Brisbane, call 07 3147 8177.

For hairline lowering or forehead reduction surgery on the Gold Coast, call 07 3193 9900.

For hairline lowering or forehead reduction surgery in Perth, call 08 9289 6825.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the success rate of a hair transplant?

Hair transplantation success is best measured in follicle survival rate, as in how many follicles will take in their new location and start gro’ing hair. At Gro, we consistently achieve amazing results for our clients with a follicle survival rate of over 90% (compared to industry rates that fluctuate between 50-90%). So, over 90% of the follicles implanted into the treatment area continue to gro there for life.

When do the transplanted hair follicles start to grow?

The new hairs start gro’ing around the 3-4 month mark. You’ll be able to see your new hairline right after the procedure, but the hair will soon shed before the permanent re-growth begins. Don’t be alarmed when the shedding phase happens, it’s a normal part of the process. As the hair follicles will be at different stages of the natural growth cycle, it takes about 12 months to see full results.

How long do hair transplants last?

Hair transplants are permanent! The results will last as long as the follicles from your donor site. If you are prone to further hair loss, you could still lose hair in other areas, but this can be prevented with prescription treatment. Read more about Gro Online Care.

Is hair transplantation painful?

No, most of our clients are surprised to find out how comfortable they feel during the procedure. PFP is a minimally invasive microsurgery technique that involves no cutting, just tiny pricks with tools less than 1mm in diameter. Before the procedure, the hair transplant surgeon will give you pain medications and local anaesthesia to ensure you feel as little discomfort as possible. To find out more about the hair transplantation experience, check out some of our Gro Diaries.

When is hair transplant surgery not possible?

Not everyone is eligible for hair transplant surgery. The most important thing is to determine the cause of hair loss first. Hair transplant surgery is most often used as a treatment for male and female pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia. Sometimes it can also be used to correct aesthetic imperfections, such as an uneven hairline.

A hair transplant is also not possible if the hair loss has progressed to near full baldness, or the donor area is insufficient to support a transplant.

Which hair transplant technique is the best?

An FUE microsurgery (such as PFP, which is the method we use at Gro) is the most sophisticated and modern technique available. Precision in both hair follicle extraction and implantation yields consistent and natural results, every time.

The Precise Follicle Placement (PFP) technique has number of benefits, such as

- minimal risk of scarring,

- consistent and high follicle survival rates,

- adaptability to different hair and skin types,

- maximised control over the angle and direction of hair placement,

- ability to produce higher density

 In addition to the technique, it's important that the hair restoration is performed by a suitable and reputable doctor.

Will a hair transplant leave scars?

With PFP, no. Our PFP hair transplant surgery involves no cutting and no stitching, and therefore no scarring. However, other hair restoration clinics may use older methods, such as FUT, which can leave scars.

Is body hair transplantation possible?

While it's possible to use body hair in a transplant, it's not a very popular option. Body hair tends to be finer, doesn't grow as long and can have a very different texture to the hair on the head. The hair on the back and sides of the head is the most ideal option for a hair transplant, so it's always best to act sooner rather than later to ensure there's enough donor hair available.

Will I be asleep or awake during the procedure?

You’ll be awake, but the doctor will use local anaesthesia to numb the treatment area.

What type of anaesthetic will be used?

Local anaesthesia, so you will be awake for the procedure.

How long is the downtime?

The typical down time is a week before you can get back office-based (non-physical) work, a month before doing any physical activity or job, and three weeks to a month before being able to wear anything on their head.

What should I expect right after the procedure?

It's normal to experience redness and swelling in the areas where the procedure was done, and it may last from a couple of weeks up to a month. We have services we provide for our patients to help ease after-effects as quickly as possible.