Are you one the 40 million American men (or the 21 million American women) who has thinning hair, a receding hairline or baldness? Are you tired of applying topical products that don’t work very well or using shampoos and conditioners that don’t work AT ALL? If so, perhaps it’s time to consider Neograft, a game-changing transplant technology that could transform your hairline – and your life.
How does it work? Instead of using strips of skin “borrowed” from other parts of the scalp or large plugs of hair, Neograft uses the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method. This far less invasive technique allows the physician to remove individual hair follicles from the scalp in naturally occurring groupings of about 1-4 hairs.
These tiny hairs or groupings are then artistically placed in the areas of the scalp where thinning has occurred. Even hottie superstar Matthew McConaghey has been speculated to have tried FUE. Talk about results!
Once upon a time, the FUE process was too time-consuming and costly for most people with hair loss. Patients who could afford to do so had to undergo long, multiple surgeries of manual FUE to get the desired effect. Now that a more efficient automated system is available, doctors can double the number of grafts transplanted per session – often at half the cost of older FUE procedures.
There are also clear benefits over even older methods of hair transplant. In the dark days of hair loss, strip methods of transplantation meant patients had to suffer through a slow and painful recovery. After the scalp staples were removed and the pain subsided, these patients still experienced numbness at the incision site and a linear scar at the back of the head.
Today, patients who choose FUE methods like Neograft can avoid all of these challenges. Because the procedure is minimally invasive, there is virtually no downtime. You can return to work the very next day. No staples, no scars, no numbness. Over time, you will see simply amazing results, with hair you can wear long or short
So why don’t you take your lead from the likes of Matthew McConaghey (or for that matter, Bradley Cooper, Kevin Costner and Mel Gibson, all of whom are speculated to have undergone FUE). Call us today.