NeoGraft Hair Transplants
NeoGraft Results Speak for Themselves
Unlike old-school hair transplant procedures that would leave visible scars or plugs that resembled 'doll hair', the results from a NeoGraft hair transplant procedure look completely natural. The process is also less invasive, with a much shorter recovery time.
Developed in 2008, NeoGraft hair transplants are becoming the most popular option for both men and women losing their hair. Performed as a simple out-patient procedure, results are noticeable within a few weeks.
How Neograft Works
With NeoGraft, individual follicles are removed from the back of the head where the hair is thickest and transplanted one-by-one to the areas where hair has been lost. While it might sound like individually transplanting thousands of hairs would take forever, in the hands of a skilled doctor or clinician, you’ll be amazed at how quickly the procedure can be completed.
The NeoGraft machine, acquired by Venus Concept in 2018, makes the procedure quick and completely safe. It also takes the guesswork out of the implantation procedure by tracking the number of follicles transplanted from and to each area.
NeoGraft will work for almost everyone, and the procedure is equally effective for both men and women. However, some people may not be candidates, or due to genetics or the underlying reason for hair loss, should not expect much improvement.
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Am I a Candidate?
Candidates for hair restoration surgery are those individuals in good health with moderate hair loss and sufficient donor hair on the back of the scalp to transplant into the balding areas. Those with more donor hair, greater hair density and fullness can typically expect fuller results. It is also important that you have reasonable cosmetic goals. Hair transplantation can achieve very good, natural results but cannot restore your hair to the density you had as a teenager."