Hair Transplantation

Did David Beckham Have a Hair Transplant?

  • Did David Beckham have a hair transplant? Media outlets are wondering after looking at these images.

When it comes to celebrity hair transplants, the questions usually focus on when and how a procedure may have been done. For questions such as “did David Beckham have a hair transplant?” it is necessary to look at alleged before and after photos to determine what, if anything, was done.

According to several UK online publications, David Beckham’s hairline appeared notably straighter at a recent visit to Buckingham Palace. This is what made many in the media ask themselves, “Did David Beckham get a hair transplant?”

Why People Are Wondering “Did David Beckham Have a Hair Transplant?”

A hair transplant could explain the difference in hair density along the front and top of David Beckham’s hair. The lack of a linear scar on the back of his head may suggest a follicular unit excision (FUE) method.

Did David Beckham have a hair transplant? Media outlets are wondering after looking at these images.

Did David Beckham have a hair transplant? Media outlets are wondering after looking at these images.

Recent advancements in hair restoration technology, such as the Dr.UGraft hair transplant system, make this procedure more accessible to all men facing hair loss– not just celebrities. The aforementioned system features the Intelligent Punch™, (Dr.UPunch i™), noted for its ability to extract donor hair from non-head hair areas. This opens up hair restoration possibilities for those with high hair graft requirements, such as the severely bald, or those in need of repair procedures.

Video: Update on Dr.UGraft™ Repair Procedure for Los Angeles Man

Before people were asking “Did David Beckham have a hair transplant?”, mainstream media did not have much information on such procedures. This could, unfortunately, lead those looking for hair transplants to assume all procedures are the same. The man in the video below experienced years of poor transplant results before consulting with Dr. U. Watch the video to see how a body hair transplant with this advanced system changed his life.

To learn more about hair restoration options, consult with Dr. U for free online here.

What is a hair restoration procedure like?

Hi, I am just starting to consider hair transplantation as an option for my baldness. I just want to know what the overall experience of these surgeries is like. Thanks- RJ Williams

RJ Williams


It is a good idea to understand a general overview of the entire process. Hair restoration surgery is a major investment in terms of time, money and even your emotions. Therefore having a clear idea of what to expect can be a helpful part of navigating this journey.

I’d like to start with the research and information discovery prior to choosing a service provider. This is essential to having an overall successful experience!  It will be important for you to focus on results more than anything. Don’t be swayed by any claims or marketing hype that is not supported by clear photographic evidence of quality results.

Also make sure that your hair transplant consultation is led by the surgeon who will be doing your procedure. In many clinics, it is common for sales professionals who are paid by commission to handle this. They are not medical experts.

Don’t ever undertake your surgery on the same day as your consultation. Your results will be something that is supposed to last for a lifetime. Take your time to make the best decision possible.

Many people are concerned by experiencing pain. Hair transplant surgery uses local anesthesia and even mild oral sedatives. At most, average patients will feel pulling and tugging.

It is also important to understand that the procedure itself can be thought of as three parts:

(1) the extractions (i.e. Follicular Unit Extraction or strip harvesting)

(2) storage of the grafts

(3) insertions

Choose a doctor who excels at all three. This affects your coverage, growth yield and the aesthetics of your outcome.

The full extent of your results can be expected to grow within an 18 month time frame.


Why Does My New Hair Look Different From The Rest of My Head After My Transplant Surgery?

I am happy to finally see new hair growth within this last two months. But the grafts that were inserted in the recipient area look much different from my natural hair. They feel coarser.  Is this something that happens with everyone, or just me?

Ryan M.

Hello Ryan! Don’t be alarmed by the disparity you are noticing between your original hair and the newly inserted grafts. This is a very common occurrence and happens with other hair transplant patients as well. Besides differences in texture, other people will experience less shininess than what they are used to seeing and different hair color as well.

Although the grafts themselves were follicles taken from your head, they are now in a new environment. This transition obviously has an effect on the hair creation processes. Between the sixth to ninth month, hair tends to look frizzy. Some of the hair follicle cells have gone into a dormant mode. Therefore, only sections of the hair shaft are being produced.

And some time will be needed for the follicles to adjust and return to their normal levels of functioning. This can range from a year to two years. Understanding what hair restoration outcomes to expect will be helpful as you await your final results

But during the 10th to 14th month, the dormant cells become activated once again. They are once again able to contribute to the creation of more complete hair shafts. And this causes them to resume a straighter looking appearance.

Keep in mind that your hair grows in cycles. New shafts emerge for some time and then fall out. It may take two to three cycles before you notice a more normal look to your hair.

Patients who have undergone a body hair transplant would undoubtedly have recipient areas with a coarser texture. However surgeons can create a more even looking appearance by inserting both head and body hair.





How Can I Minimize the Appearance of My Strip Scar

I had a strip surgery many years ago which left me with a large scar. I want to wear my hair short. But I am afraid that the scar will show. Is there a way to make the scar look less noticeable than it is now? Fred D.

Fred D.

Many patients have been able to sport extremely short styles, like buzz cuts through revision surgeries that use Follicular Unit Extraction. With FUE, tiny punches are used to individually remove natural groupings of 1-4 hair follicles from the surface of the scalp. These grafts can then be inserted into the scar tissue.
From the patient’s point of view, it is important to understand the factors that make the strip scar so noticeable. Therefore, strategies should aim to address these issues in order for the results to be successful.
First, the strip scar does not have hair growth. This can be referred to as a line of emptiness. Scar tissue is basically thickened collagen fibers. It develops as a form of healing to fortify the skin after it has been injured. However, hair will not naturally grow in this tissue environment. This is where the grafts harvested using Follicular Unit Extraction can be quite instrumental. Covering the line of emptiness with hair will make this linear area look like the rest of the head.
A second variable that causes the scar to be noticeable is that it is often a different color from its surrounding area. Strip scars are usually white or pink. They are even more noticeable in patients with dark hair. One technique that can reduce this effect is to inject tattoo ink into the area which is a similar color to the hair.
Those who have already undergone strip surgery procedures do not have to feel like they have to wear their hair long for the rest of their lives. These techniques offer patients a much greater range of options for their personal style.

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