Gone today, hair tomorrow: The transplant you can have in a day (if you don't mind sitting still for 16 hours) Scott had hair transplant surgery in just 16 hoursPatient said operation did hurt but he distracted himself watching filmsThe procedure took place in Glasgow and was a first for Scotland | UPDATED: 08:03 GMT, 28 September 2012 The follicly challenged can now regain a full head of hair in a day thanks to the world's fastest hair transplant.
First pictures of child who suffered 80% burns recovering after revolutionary ‘grown skin’ graftsDoctors did not expect little Isabella ‘Pippie’ Kruger to survive after the horrific accident at a family barbecue in Johannesburg, South AfricaShe underwent a groundbreaking operation
The end of sensitive teeth Doctors reverse painful receding gums with cow heart implant Doctors have found a permanent solution for people suffering from nerve-jangling tooth sensitivity due to receding gums – a patch made from cow heart tissue.
Brave acid attack survivor Katie Piper has eye-sight restored after stem-cell surgery A former model and television presenter who was left partially blind in one eye after an acid attack has had her sight restored following stem-cell surgery.
Army medic who feared bomb blast had taken away fatherhood hopes as well as his legs has baby girl Doctors feared he might not survive his injuries and needed two years of treatment “We consider ourselves lucky”, family man says Against all odds: Simon defied doctors who said he might never be able to have children An Army medic who lost both legs in Afghanistan and feared he might never have children has become a father for the first time. Sergeant Simon Harmer, 35, suffered horrific injuries after stepping on a makeshift bomb while on patrol in Afghanistan. Doctors feared he might not survive but the serviceman proved them wrong and he and his wife Marisa are now the delighted parents of a little girl