Hair restoration has come a long way since unsightly plugs and toupees. Case in point: NeoGraft Hair Restoration, the industry leader in Follicular Unit Extraction, otherwise known as "the FUE technique." Here are some of the benefits to NeoGraft Hair Transplants:

Virtually pain-free
Minimally invasive

No downtime, no sedation required

The following steps outline a typical NeoGraft procedure and what prospective patients can expect throughout the hair restoration process.

Step 1. Extract Hair Follicles

Your hair transplant surgeon extracts individual hair follicles from your "donor area." Your donor area is the area on the back of your head, between your ears, where existing hair is genetically resistant to testosterone. The NeoGraft device does this gently, coring individual grafts and gently using suction for collection.

Step 2. Count, Sort & Trim Grafts

Your hair transplant surgeon separates individual follicles into units according to size, diameter, and length. A typical unit contains 1-3 hairs, separated by exact amount to ensure the most natural-looking results possible.

Step 3. Create Recipient Sites

Your hair transplant surgeon creates recipient sites at the proper depth and angulation in your bald or thinning areas. Precision ensures graft viability, as these sites will house the extracted grafts.

Step 4. Place Hair Grafts

Your hair restoration surgeon implants each follicular unit into the recipient site to produce the desired outcome. Hair naturally grows at differently angles, so proper angulation is vital to ensuring natural-looking results.

Note: Prior to the procedure, your hair transplant surgeon will work with you to create a custom hair restoration plan that outlines restoration expectations for your age, gender, and unique hair loss pattern.