Hugh Laurie Hair Transplant

Hugh Laurie Hair Transplant

Hugh Laurie Hair Transplant World-renowned Hugh Laurie, who has been awarded two golden globes, is also an actor, writer, director and singer. Although he is known for many activities, he is mainly recognized for his success in acting. Hugh Laurie, who once talked about hair loss and corrected his hairline, was criticized by society. The actor, who stands out with his charismatic and attractive persona, faced such a situation, which affected him badly and made him feel bad.

Hair loss is one of the most common problems today. This problem, which is more common in men, is genetic in some people, regardless of social class or lifestyle. Hair loss cannot be remedied no matter what quality care is applied. Hair loss starts to appear in some people from the age of 20, in some people at 40 and in some at 60. When it emerges is another mystery. People cannot do anything to prevent hair loss.

Who has had Hugh Laurie Hair Transplantation?

Hugh Laurie resorted to hair transplantation to remedy the problem of hair loss as soon as possible. The transplanting was started before the hair loss was complete, but still, his family and loved ones had noticed thinning in his hair. They made an issue out of this and gossiped about it. The actor, who was subjected to mobbing (verbal abuse, psychological violence) by his fans, had a hard time and eventually decided to have a hair transplantation. Hugh Laurie, one of the leading actors of today, is still very handsome with his healthy and full hair.

Hugh Laurie’s biggest supporters in hair transplantation have been his fans. Some people prefer to struggle with this problem, while others strive to make their appearance extraordinary. Hair transplantation affects not only the physical appearance but also the mental mindset. Many bald people today do not accept criticism. They are uncomfortable with their appearance and strive long and hard to change their looks, going through a very tiring process both mentally and physically. People can move away from their social circles, become recluses. They might not want to go out. Unfortunately, the situation becomes very difficult for them. Being handsome is among the sine qua non of the profession, especially when it comes to acting. Baldness ages a person by at least five years. As a result of this situation, many actors prefer hair transplantation.

What is Hair Transplantation?

Hair transplantation is a method preferred by people with hair loss and receding hairlines to regain their former robust and full hair. This method, which is mostly preferred by actors, is useful and successful. With the increase of baldness, scientists who work intensively on thinning hair and baldness have found some methods through major experiments. Almost all of these methods work.

These methods are divided into two as Natural hair transplantation (FUT, DHI, FUE) and Artificial hair transplantation (BIOFIBRE). A success rate of at least 85% is observed if the procedure is done by experts in the right place. The main purpose of these methods is to give the individual self-confidence and to provide an appearance of full hair. The most preferred system as a hair transplantation method is the FUE technique. The FUE technique, which is among the most successful and natural methods and the invention of the latest technology, is a very hygienic and useful method. It is less painful than the other methods.

Hugh Laurie  lost his hair almost completely about 15 years ago. The difference in his looks before and after hair transplant is literally impressive. Either some nifty camera tricks were applied or the pressures of Hollywood had really taken a toll on Hugh Laurie over the past few weeks. As he attended the premiere of his new movie in California, the bald patch on the back of his head was too obvious not be noticed. However, in a recent episode of House, we saw a full haired Laurie without a any scalp in sight. A premiere was held for Hop, a live-action and CGI animated film with actor Brit Russell Brand in which a young bunny who is about to take over the role of the Easter Bunny from his father is featured. Laurie did the voice over of the father, while Brand was the voice of young EB and is featured in the film by Mel Brooks and James Marsden. The film also includes a cameo appearance from David Hasselhoff. However, 51-year-old Laurie was spotted chatting with 35-year-old Brand on the red carpet at the gala at Universal Studios with hair loss and very sparse hair. A trick of the trade is to use Toppix Hair Building Fibers, which are made from the same organic Keratin protein as the hair and restructured to undetectably merge with natural hair. Or have hair transplanted. Another thing that stood out about his hair was that it looked thinner and lighter on scan, but thicker and darker on screen. We are assuming that Laurie could have been taking precautions because he had been losing his hair for the past 20 years. It is also worth mentioning that Hugh Laurie also has male pattern baldness.


Thinning and weakening hair is considered the beginning of baldness. And the former healthy look begins to disappear over time. Hair starts to be lost from the crown and along the sides. These are the symptoms of male pattern hair loss.

Laurie’s thinning at the crown has long been evident – but the makeup team was doing a good job of hiding it well on the hit TV series House, where the British actor became an international heartthrob. Away from that role, but in real life or in more “earthly” productions, Laurie ignored the fact that he showed the classic signs of Male Pattern Baldness, just as most people do. His thinning hair was evident in the John le Carré miniseries The Night Manager, where he starred alongside Tom Hiddleston as a scheming philanthropist. In an interview by Variety with the actor, he said that the show’s director Susanne Bier had wanted to cut the footage that showed the back of his head for a long time which had finally been done. Aware of this, Laurie said, “I grumbled every time, but the only thing sadder than a bald man is a man trying to hide his baldness.”

We can successfully remedy the problem of baldness permanently up to 90% if we carry out the necessary routine care after the hair transplantation examination. Hair transplantation with the Fue method, which is frequently used by male actors, is done by taking natural hair from the double-triple roots and transplanted into the bald area. The procedure consists of four stages.





After all the phases are completed, supplements can be added once a year to maintain the fullness and thickness of the hair. One of the natural methods, which is not as common as Fue but still effective, is the Fut hair transplantation method. The FUT hair transplantation method, is a method which has been used from the nineties to this date. Since it is affordable compared to other transplanting methods, it has become one of the most preferred applications in terms of financial cost. In this method, in which a small surgical procedure is applied, the scalp is cut and hair is removed in strips from the donor area, which consists of genetically more resistant, non-shedding hair. Subsequently the hair follicles are taken from these strips with a microscope and planted one by one in small lines (grooves) opened in the recipient area. Local anesthesia is applied in this procedure, and the patient does not feel pain or discomfort, but some patients experience mild temporary pain after the procedure. A session can take 4-8 hours depending on the amount of hair follicles to be transplanted. 1-2 months is allowed for the stitches in the treated area to heal completely before additional sessions are applied. This method is especially recommended for people with large bald areas. Thanks to the methods revealed as a result of these scientific studies, many important artists such as Hugh Lauire have regained their self-confidence and supplemented their images.


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