NeoGraft Hair Transplantation

Advanced Form of Hair Restoration Treatment

There are several hair transplant methods available, which have evolved significantly over time, offering improved results. Two common and well-documented methods are Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT). However, NeoGraft, a cutting-edge version of FUE transplantation, is worth considering.

NeoGraft is an advanced hair restoration treatment, essentially an enhanced form of FUE, cleared and approved by the FDA.

How Does a NeoGraft Transplant Work?

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NeoGraft transplants use a semi-automated instrument to collect and harvest hair follicles, which are then precisely implanted into the recipient zones. This advanced process takes follicular unit extraction to the next level with its remarkable speed and accuracy. It’s a cutting-edge procedure known for its well-documented and favorable results.

Like all FUE transplants, NeoGraft collects follicles in groups of one to four without making incisions at the donor site. This leads to a quick recovery and less invasive surgery with no linear scarring. What sets NeoGraft apart is its fully automated approach, which eliminates the manual work of the surgeon, resulting in exceptional accuracy and speed, and ultimately, outstanding results.

Who is Eligible For a NeoGraft Hair Transplant?

A NeoGraft hair transplant is suitable for anyone who has, or are in the process of, suffering from genetic hair loss. It is a less invasive form of hair transplant surgery, resulting in speedy recovery times and successful overall results.

Aftercare and Final NeoGraft Results

As with any hair transplant, the results will clearly vary from patient to patient. It’s vital to discuss all results with your surgeon and follow the recommended aftercare routine. However, generally, you would expect to notice hair growth after your NeoGraft from around 3 to 6 months, once the implants have been given enough time to establish themselves correctly.