Are you a candidate for hair restoration?

Most people are candidates for some form of hair restoration.  Perhaps you have an underlying disorder that can be diagnosed with simple lab tests, and treated with medications, that will improve your hair.  Perhaps you need a medication to help with genetic hair loss.  Perhaps you need hair restoration surgery.

There are very few people who suffer from hair loss, who won’t benefit from an evaluation by an experienced hair restoration surgery.

Why Neograft?

Neograft is a medical/surgical instrument that is designed to assist in FUE procedures (Follicular Unit Extractions).  After treating thousands of patients suffering from hair loss, and performing more than one thousand surgeries, I have decided that Neograft is the best instrument to utilize so that my patients will achieve optimal results.

Specifically, patients can expect minimal scarring in the donor area.  There will be no linear scar with a Neograft procedure.  Furthermore, the donor area is completely healed in the donor area (back of the head) after two weeks for Neograft patients.

Perhaps more important is the Neograft’s utilization of suction to prevent graft damage.  What I am impressed with is that the donor grafts, after they are harvested, are immediately taken by suction into saline.  Why is this important?  If you have a strip procedure, it is more likely than not that the hairs on the strip will be subjected to more trauma than a Neograft procedure.  This can in turn affect the survival rate of the grafts.

What to expect from your results?

You should expect high graft survival (typically over 92%).  You should expect minimal scarring in the donor area (back of head), as opposed to a strip excision, where you best expect a linear scar.  With our techniques, you should expect a natural appearing hairline or crown or eyebrows.  We specialize in giving a natural appearing result.