Young, urban customers feeding growth of hair transplant clinics

  New Delhi/Mumbai/Bangalore: Shane Warne has done it. So has Michael Vaughan. And, closer home, Virender Sehwag. So, it was no surprise that Sahil Madan, now 28, decided, to do something about his receding hairline. He spent Rs.81,000 for the treatment and says he is satisfied with the result. Customers such as Madan—young, urban, well-heeled and just that little bit vain about how they look—are the reason why newspapers and magazines are replete with before-after ads for hair clinics that offer anything from a treatment to a complete transplant. “Today, we’re not just dealing with extreme cases of baldness. We are seeing a number of young…

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