Natural looking: Rooney’s hair was still dark just five days before it started going grey
Ageing: Two months after his transplant, Rooney’s grey hair was noticeable at Manchester United’s first game of the new season on Sunday responsible for 8-2 victory over another club.He also scores a hat-trick as Manchester United responds to Arsenal shocking news of Wayne’s new noticable new grey colored pate.
The Explanation :-
Nadeem Uddin Khan, Director of the Harley Street Hair Clinic, said: ‘It isn’t possible to judge the full effect of a transplant for at least 6-12 months. The whole process is similar to transplanting a favourite plant or shrub.
‘While the roots re-establish themselves, the growth on top can be patchy and this can involve some initial loss or discolouration.’
‘This is entirely normal and does not affect the ultimate outcome of a fully restored hairline featuring strong and healthy growth.’
And while football fans were no longer able to see his receding hairline, they also could not help but notice the tint of his new hair – which appeared to include areas of light grey.
The All Reveal
STEP By STEP PROCEDURE:-
During the surgery, hairs are transplanted from donor areas – usually at the lower back of the head – and then replanted in affected areas.
According to the clinic, the treatment is a ‘major advance over older hair transplantation procedures that used larger grafts’ and often produced an ‘unnatural look’.
The first step is follicular unit extraction where – under local anaesthetic – follicles are plucked from the donor area by a surgeon using a small punch.
The second step is follicular implantation. The surgeon uses a needle to puncture the sites for implanting the grafts, creating micro-holes with a pre-determined pattern.
The density and angle of the hairs are designed to give a realistic hair pattern. The grafts are then inserted into these incisions.
In fairness to Rooney and his surgeons, fans may still be in for a hairstyle treat. The re-allocated hair can take nine months to fully grow.