Benefits of NEOGRAFT

By combining modern technology with traditional hair transplant techniques, Dr. Malouf and his staff can assure that a Neograft hair transplant is safer, more comfortable, and more effective than any other procedure currently available.

Receding Hairline

The NeoGraft technique is quickly becoming the hair transplant method of choice for those who are on the go and don’t have time for a long recovery process. Recovery time is greatly diminished when using the Follicular Unit Extraction method because the scalp does not have to completely excised, and there is no transplant scar that is often associated with the STRIP technique. Without having to deal with sutures, patients can often return to work the day following the procedure. The NeoGraft process also saves the patient money because the surgeon can graft greater areas in one session when compared to older hair transplant methods. By using a 1mm punch graft, the NeoGraft FUE method allows for a higher percentage of survivable hair grafts, which in turn leads to a more natural hairline. It is not uncommon for a skilled surgical team to be able to extract and place up to 2000 grafts in one session when this technique is used.

How NEOGRAFT Works

Most hair transplant techniques are done using one of two methods: the FUE harvesting method using NeoGraft, or the STRIP extraction method. With the latter method, an area of the scalp is excised, then the section is sewn back together. The grafts are then separated into units consisting of one to four hairs, and these units are put into tiny slots in the balding area. When using the FUE method, small hair units are removed individually, without having to excise the whole scalp. These units are then placed into tiny slots in the balding area.

What to Expect During your Neograft procedure

During the procedure a topical anesthetic is applied to the areas that are to be treated. While the transplant is being completed, the patient remains awake and is free to watch TV, converse with the doctors, read, or snack. Treatment time varies based on the size of the area being treated, but most patients are in and out in less than a few hours. After the procedure is complete, the patient may notice tiny scabs on the extraction and incision sites, but they should be only mildly bothersome for six to nine days after the procedure is complete. Depending on hair type and length, it may take up to three weeks for hair to grow long enough to cover the sites where the follicles were harvested.

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