He is a chef, restaurateur, food critic, TV phenomena, and writer. The British chef Gordon Ramsay shot to worldwide stardom thanks to his Hell’s Kitchen show.

He’s known worldwide as the unforgiving, very terrifying judge of the cooking competition. His TV presence is so iconic and unforgettable that memes made from it are so abundant online.

Gordon Ramsay can work the kitchen and pans like no other. He can keep the audience at the edge of their seats. He can command an entire kitchen of talented chefs to do his bidding through shouting.

But can he impose his will upon a receding hairline threatening his iconic looks? Apparently, yes. But he might have had a little help.

The Past and the Present of Gordon Ramsay’s Hair

Throughout his life under the spotlight, Gordon Ramsay has had many run-ins with hair loss. Not a surprise given his often-manic performances, which likely take a toll on his looks.

Looking at a set of pictures of him ranging from 2011 to 2013 reveals a notable improvement on his hair’s appearance. A denser and more revitalised head of hair seemingly leans towards a hair transplant.

Gordon Ramsay Hair Transplant: Has He Had One?

So Gordon Ramsay and the question of his hair transplant. Did he actually have one? Actually, he had several.

Much evidence points to this. Ramsay got caught in late 2011, leaving a famous hair transplant clinic in Los Angeles. His head was shaved at the lower back and sides of his scalp, a telltale sign of an FUE transplant.

The follicular unit excision (FUE) procedure takes healthy hair from the back and sides of the scalp. The doctor then places them in the desired, balding area, leaving them to grow and restore it to its former glory.

And that was just his first one. He’s been repeatedly photographed sporting the same shaved sides and back of the head. On one occasion, it was at a party with the Beckhams.

More and more male TV stars are opting for an FUE hair transplant. Its reliable results enable them to retain the youthful looks TV industry loves so much.

The General Hair Loss in Men

Genetic factors are what determine hair loss. Genetic sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) to be more precise.

DHT is a hormone that binds to the hair follicles and, sadly, causes them to shrink progressively until they stop growing completely. DHT is also a by-product of testosterone, the male hormone, which means that you can’t escape producing it either.

That whole process is what is called male pattern baldness, and it is what afflicted Gordon Ramsay. Although, personally, I suspect all that the shouting might have contributed a little bit.

Hair Transplant is the Best Way to Regain Your Hair

Just as Gordon Ramsay has proven, although hair loss can be challenging, it is nothing permanent, at least not anymore.

Advances in hair transplant techniques now allow for a natural-looking result that would put never hint others if you ever had surgery at all.

Our surgeons can achieve such a long-lasting outcome during a relatively short procedure. And just like Gordon Ramsay, you can come out of it looking younger, fresher, and, hopefully, much less irate.

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