NeoGraft


NeoGraft is a machine that helps to extract grafts for a hair transplant through the FUE method. Just like any other type of FUE procedure, this procedure begins with extracting individual hair follicles from the back of the head (donor area). Once the desired quantity of follicles has been collected, the follicular units are carefully separated by size to allow for a more natural occurring pattern during the implant process. Recipient sites for the hair, in the thinning area, are created in the proper angle and direction. The newly transplanted follicles will soon begin growing new hair in the grafted areas.

Ideal candidates suffer from moderate hair loss and want more fullness in the thinning area of their hair. Patients suffering from any medical condition that can impair the healing process or don't have enough donor hair on another portion of the scalp are not good candidates for the procedure.

The cost depends on a variety of factors including surgical facility fees, the surgeon's level of expertise, the number of follicular units transplanted during the surgery and the geographic location of the procedure. In general, the cost ranges from $5000-$18,000.

The NeoGraft machine helps to provide the patient with a full and thick head of hair. The transplanted hair is rooted safely under the scalp after 7 to 10 days. The grafted hair stays in place for several weeks before it naturally sheds and begins to grow again in 3-4 months. The hair will keep growing normally and leave the patient with natural and permanent results.

Hair transplants for African American and Ethnic Patients

Hair transplants for African American and Ethnic Patients

submitted on   Fri Jan, 03, 2020 by Amir Yazdan, MD     
Ethnic hair transplants are hair transplants performed on non-Caucasians to restore the shape, density and appearance of the hairline without compromising the ethnic identity of the patient. Ethnic hair transplantation keeps the overall aesthetic of the patient’s scalp in mind while considering1