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About Crown Clinic

Our philosophy is to provide the best possible solution that suits your features and makes you feel amazing. Dr Shahmalak and the team take pride in maintaining the professional quality of service at its excellence.

Our Surgeon

Dr. Asim Shahmalak

Dr Asim Shahmalak runs Crown Clinic – one of Britain’s most successful and best-known hair transplant clinics.

We offer state-of-the-art facilities and one-to-one consultations for all our patients with Dr Shahmalak himself.

We offer a range of hair restoration remedies for both men and women including hair transplants and clinically proven non-surgical remedies. We restore hair to hundreds of patients using two tried and tested procedures – Follicular Unit Transplantation and Follicular Unit Extraction.

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We are one of a few clinics in the UK to offer eyelash transplants. This is helpful for patients who have suffered scarring as a result of road traffic or industrial accidents. 

We also treat many patients who have permanently damaged their eyelashes after suffering from Trichotillomania – the compulsive plucking of eyebrows, eyelashes and other body hair.

We also specialise in eyebrow restoration – treating women who have permanent damage to their brows or simply because they want a fuller brow. 

We aim to restore the natural symmetry of the patient’s face.

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Research & Charity

At Crown Clinic we use all the latest hair restoration technologies. Dr Shahmalak has been an honorary teacher and examiner at the University of Liverpool.

He is proud to be assisting scientists in vital new research, which will benefit future generations. Dr Shahmalak is involved in an ongoing hair follicle research programme in collaboration with Professor Ralf Paus and his team at the University of Manchester.

Professor Paus’ team are doing pioneering work into hair follicle biology – specifically looking at what influences hair growth and the role of epithelial stem cell populations.

The team is investigating the biology and pathology of the hair follicle as a microcosmic miniorgan in which many of the fundamental problems of biology can be studied in an exemplary fashion. Current research includes investigations into the neuroendocrine properties of the human hair follicle, their impact on mitochondrial function and hair follicle immune status, and the use of adult stem cells populations associated with human skin appendages for regenerative medicine purposes.