Atlantis Medical

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Mon - Fri : 8:30am - 5pm
Sat - Sun : Closed



Other Causes of Hair Loss.

In reality, there a multiple causes of hair loss. It is tempting to self-diagnose based on what you see and read on the internet. It is vital that you are assessed by a skilled professional as the treatments options are varied and depend greatly on the cause and type of your hair loss.

Please arrange a consultation with us at our clinic, where you will be diagnosed and managed in an appropriate manner.

Conditions That We Treat.

At Atlantis Medical, we understand that there is no single or simple cause for hair loss. We are skilled at diagnosing and managing a wide variety of conditions that can cause hair loss in both men and women.


Male Pattern Hair Loss.

Are you starting to lose, or have you already lost a significant amount of hair? The chances are that you have a condition known as Androgenic Alopecia – or Male Pattern Hair Loss. This is a genetic condition that affects over 50% of men in their lifetime. Medical and surgical treatment can achieve greater thickness and density of hair in the desired area.


Female Pattern Hair Loss.

It is common for women to experience hair loss either after pregnancy or as they age and their hormonal levels decline. If you are a female and are suffering from hair loss, this can result in a great deal of anxiety and distress. It is important that you be assessed in a timely and competent manner and the appropriate treatment options commenced.


Eyebrow Thinning / Loss .

The presence of well-groomed and properly shaped eyebrows is essential for overall facial balance and appearance.


Beard and Moustaches.

It is currently very fashionable to have a fuller and thicker beard. This can be effectively thickened through hair transplantation into the face if you have thin or sparse facial hair.

Facial Hair Transplant



Scars on the scalp can appear obvious due to the absence of hair in the area. Scar tissue is very amenable to hair transplantation surgery. Follicular grafts can be inserted into the scar tissue, where they grow at the normal rate. As such, scars can be effectively camouflaged by the skilled use of scalp hair.