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Compensation for Hair Loss Treatment
Cosmetic hair loss treatments are often undertaken by those suffering with premature hair loss. They are suitable for both men and women and there are a number of non-surgical treatments available, from over-the-counter products to more permanent solutions.
Some cosmetic hair loss treatments can cost as little as £50, while others will see you forking out as much as £2,000. It all depends on the type of treatment you are after, but there is no recovery time after any cosmetic hair loss treatment. Procedures include Micro Hair Technique, otherwise known as MHT, which is a scalp pigmentation procedure. It is used to create the appearance of a cropped hairstyle and two treatment sessions are usually required for this type of procedure to be effective.
Although thousands of cosmetic hair loss treatments are successfully completed across the country every day, sadly things can and do go wrong. Although, as outlined above, there is no recovery time that needs to be factored in after cosmetic hair loss treatment, if something goes wrong during the procedure, you could be left suffering for weeks or even months afterwards. When administering a cosmetic hair loss procedure, the operating surgeon has a duty of care towards you and must ensure that they fully explain all aspects of the procedure before they begin. If the cosmetic surgeon is negligent towards you in any way, and you have been left suffering as a result, you could be eligible to make a claim for compensation.
If you believe that you or your loved one has been the victim of negligence and you would like to discuss your individual case, call our experienced and knowledgeable team of cosmetic negligence solicitors today on 0800 122 3130 or contact us online here.
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