The Neograft® Difference
The FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant is a minimally invasive procedure, in which the graft from the back of the head (donor area) is harvested individually and placed in the thinning or balding areas on the top of the head.
Step One: Donor Hair Removal
The NeoGraft procedure begins with hair being removed from the donor area in the back of your head where your hair is genetically programmed to resist testosterone.
Step Two: Dissection of the Follicular Units
Each graft is extracted with the same consistency in diameter and length resulting in a dramatically increased take rate.
Step Three: Creation of the Recipient Sites
The hair transplant surgeon creates recipient sites in the proper angle, direction and orientation according to the artistic hair transplant plan he has designed specifically for you.
Step Four: Placement of the Hair Graft
The follicular units are then carefully separated by size. Grafts are transplanted into the balding and thinning areas of your scalp. Each graft is meticulously harvested as it naturally occurs and implanted individually to ensure the best results.
NeoGraft FUE vs. Traditional Strip Method
Unlike the traditional STRIP method, which requires the physician to surgically cut and remove a strip of the scalp from the back of the head and implant it into balding areas, the high-tech NeoGraft FUE device extracts follicular units and repositions them in the thinning areas. This alleviates any clumping of the transplanted hairs or scarring. NeoGraft’s hand piece delivers a short, quick and very small rotational spin to loosen the follicle just enough without damaging the hair follicle.
Will a Hair Transplant Work For You?
The number of grafts necessary to produce the results you desire, density of donor hair, hair color, skin color, hair texture and potential for future hair loss are some of the factors that determine candidacy for the procedure.
The ideal participant will have:
- Adequate hair counts in the donor site
- Realistic expectations of what the results will be
Note: One’s individual hair characteristics such as color, curl and coarseness can affect the apparent density of the transplanted hair. This is discussed during the consultation.