NeoGraft Hair Transplant: Your Own Hair. Naturally.

NeoGraft-logo-w-tagline1-1Nearly 50 million men and 30 million women suffer from thinning hair in the United States. Thanks to both male and female-pattern hair loss, otherwise known as androgenetic alopecia, 50% of men and 25% of women experience some hair loss by age 50. Thinning hair can occur where you part your hair, on the crown of your head, or at the front of your hairline. Many people feel that losing their hair impacts their attractiveness, making them less confident in themselves both in personal and professional situations.

NeoGraft is a minimally invasive hair transplant technique designed to help everyone. No scalpel is used, so there are no stitches, staples, or scarring. With a recovery time of only a few days, you can achieve a full head of healthy-looking hair with minimal discomfort and downtime.



What Can I Expect?

The NeoGraft hair transplant procedure is the first and only follicular unit harvesting and implantation system that is cleared by the Food and Drug Administration. It utilizes a technologically-advanced Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method to gently remove individual hair follicles from the donor area on the back of the head. These follicles are removed in natural bunches of 1-4 hairs.

Once the follicles have been extracted, they are immediately transplanted to the areas on the scalp where they are needed. The NeoGraft system ensures precise harvesting and placement, allowing patients to obtain the natural-looking hair they desire. Your hair restoration will be completely unnoticeable, making it your secret to tell.



Guidelines for After Surgery

The NeoGraft system is executed with a local anesthetic; no intra-muscular or intravenous sedation is needed. During the process, there will be some slight bleeding. Discomfort is minimal.

After the procedure has been completed, there will be minor swelling that will dissipate within a few days. Most patients say that the swelling is not painful, but it can be uncomfortable. Once it subsides, you can resume normal activities.

The new transplant sites and the donor sites will have some scabbing for 3-4 days. After the scabs fall off, the healing should be complete. Most patients usually go back to work within just 1-2 days of the procedure.


Is a Hair Transplant Right for Me?

Every person is different. The best way to find out if this procedure is right for you is to schedule a consultation with Dr. Karen.