What Treatment is Best for Hair Restoration?

Are you wondering what to do about your receding hairline?  Getting a hair transplant is the most effective way to restore the thickness and density of your hair.

What Treatment is Best for Hair Restoration?

Many believe that Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is the best treatment for hair restoration because it uses no scalpel or stitches, and there are no incisions. 

FUE is an advanced hair restoration method in which individual hair follicles are harvested from a donor site (usually at the back of the head) and implanted into thinning or bald areas. 

The NeoGraft Automated FUE and Implantation System is the most advanced and least invasive hair restoration method now available.  NeoGraft is an FDA approved treatment that uses innovative vacuum power-assisted technology to extract and reimplant hair.  

How NeoGraft Hair Restoration Works

NeoGraft is a minimally invasive procedure in which a specialized tool is used to extract healthy, active hair follicles from a donor site and transplant them into thinning areas. 

NeoGraft uses pneumatic controls to precisely extract the hair follicles in naturally occurring groups of 1-3 hairs.  The extracted grafts are separated and then strategically placed in areas of the scalp where there is hair loss. 

The reimplanted hair will grow as normal over the following 3-6 months, resulting in a thicker, fuller head of hair.   

NeoGraft is an in-office procedure that is carried out under local anesthesia.

Benefits Of NeoGraft

  • Minimally invasive
  • Virtually painless
  • Natural-looking results
  • Minimal downtime
  • No linear scar

NeoGraft can be performed on all hair types.

Who Is A Good Candidate For NeoGraft?

NeoGraft is ideal for men with receding hair, thinning hair, or bald spots.  Women with thinning hair can also benefit from NeoGraft.

The NeoGraft System boasts a high customer satisfaction rate because it is a discrete solution for hair loss that provides natural-looking results.

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