NeoGraft Hair Restoration

Neograft information for patients

There are many causes of hair loss including heredity, illness, stress, external chemicals, and trauma. Hair loss not only affects men, but also a large number of women in our population. Fifty percent of women in the United States experience hereditary pattern baldness, usually in the crown area. Hair loss often leaves people feeling self-conscious and searching for remedies that can only provide inadequate and short-term results. Medical options are limited to prescription creams or hormonal treatments, both of which are never-ending propositions.

Are there any scientific approaches that actually restore what has been lost and then maintain a lasting result?

NeoGraft hair transplantation uses the patented NeoGraft FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) machine. It is the latest form of hair restoration! After years of research and development, the NeoGraft FUE method offers the least invasive technique for hair transplantation with the least complications. NeoGraft is safe, comfortable, effective, and affordable—with minimal to no downtime or scarring.*

One or Multiple Sessions

One or Multiple Sessions - NeoGraft Hair Restoration Information

*Individual results may vary. Photography contains a mix of actual patients and stock photography.

Depending upon your budget, NeoGraft Permanent Hair Restoration can be done in one or multiple sessions. The patient above had one NeoGraft treatment of 600 grafts in the front to restore a more youthful hairline and desired to come back later for additional grafts in the crown area. Whether you decide to have the grafts done in one session or multiple, the result will still be natural and with little to no downtime.*

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 a series of tiny one millimeter follicular units and repositions them in thinning areas—leaving no unnatural clumping of the transplanted hairs. NeoGraft has also overcome many of the problems of other FUE systems by minimizing the oscillation and friction produced by the hand piece during the treatment. NeoGraft’s hand piece delivers a short, quick, and very small rotational spin which is just enough to loosen the follicle without damaging the hair. The spinning action of the NeoGraft device stops as the suction mechanism extracts the follicular unit safely and effectively. Damaging torsion and heat do not occur, and more follicular units are extracted in their entirety because of NeoGraft’s refined technology.

Thousands of Successful NeoGraft Procedures

Thousands of hair transplants using the NeoGraft FUE method have been performed since the introduction of this innovative technique with excellent and natural results. NeoGraft has been featured on several nationally televised shows including Rachel Ray. Because this state-of-the-art option of hair transplantation is affordable and is accomplished gradually and invisibly, the NeoGraft FUE method continues to grow in popularity and has become the treatment of choice for those seeking lasting hair restoration.

NeoGraft FUE Hair Restoration is unmatched for its superior results with minimal inconvenience. Restoring your natural appearance is our goal—contact us today for your complimentary consultation.

"Having NeoGraft hair restoration done was one of the best decisions that I have ever made. The results were just as Dr. Benson and the technicians said that they would be, providing significant hair restoration with little recovery time. The hair regrowth from the donor area was quick and completely unnoticeable by anyone else. The hair growth at the transplant site is remarkable, providing the confidence that can often be missing for women who experience hair loss."

--R.M. *

*Individual results may vary. Photography contains a mix of actual patients and stock photography. Testimonials are from actual patients.