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neograft is a new automated hair transplant system which facilitates the harvesting of follicles during a Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant, dramatically improving the accuracy and speed over previously used manual extraction instruments.

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Patients who would like the option of wearing a very short haircut in the back or sides of their scalp, or those who want the least amount of activity restriction (e.g. athletes) after their hair transplant procedure, may be good candidates for a neograft Hair Transplant. The neograft FUE System can also be used for ‘scar camouflage’ procedures for patients who have had prior linear harvests, as well as for body hair transplants. 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. Your doctor will assess the amount of coverage needed to give you the appearance you desire.

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neograft uses controlled pneumatic pressure to slide out the graft smoothly, so there is no pulling or twisting that can risk damaging the graft. Your grafts can be re-implanted sooner, keeping them more robust and resulting in a natural-looking hairline.

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The science behind grafting is simple. Hair follicles are taken from the hair in the back of the head that naturally continues to grow. The follicles that hold your transplanted hair are living tissues that grow cyclically. Once the normal hair follicle has been implanted into the balding area, the grafted hair will stay in place for about two to three weeks before shedding – this is normal and an important part of the new growth process. After shedding, the new growth will begin in 3-4 months and your hair will continue to grow normally. More importantly, your results will look healthy and natural.

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Hair loss does not stop after transplantation – some people will need continued maintenance and further sessions will likely be required, particularly if your balding pattern continues with age. Progressive hair loss or the desire for more density may require more transplants. An estimate of the balding pattern and the number of procedures needed will be discussed during the consultation with your doctor.

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"F.U.E." or "Follicular-Unit Extraction" is an advanced, minimally-invasive hair transplant method which allows for the harvesting of individual follicles from the donor area without a scalpel incision or the necessary stitches, and therefore leaves no linear scar.

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The highly ergonomic mechanical neograft system works as a natural extension of the surgeons' hand, allowing for faster and more accurate harvesting of hair follicles. neograft patients now reach their goal with less time in the procedure room or fewer FUE procedures altogether.

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Yes. Because FUE/neograft is a minimally-invasive procedure, it is a viable option for both men and women looking to restore their own living and growing hair with transplantation.

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No, not if your wear your hair long. If your donor hair is long enough, harvesting using the FUE/neograft can be done by shaving small areas which can be covered by your other, existing hair. If you wear your hair short, it helps to shave it close for maximum yield. It looks more natural sooner as the transplanted grafts are short as well.

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PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) and PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) hair loss treatments involve withdrawing a small amount of your blood, then spinning it in a centrifuge to separate it into layers. The PRP is spun at a higher speed completely separating the plasma. PRF is spun at a lower speed retaining some of the stem cells, white blood cells and fibrin. Either the PRP or PRF solution is injected into areas of hair loss.

A single treatment usually takes less than an hour. We use a local anesthetic and most patients report minimal discomfort from the injections. You may experience minor swelling and tenderness for three to five days following treatment.

Most patients will respond well to only two or three treatments received four weeks apart. You’ll need maintenance treatments every one to two years thereafter to maintain the results.

While new hairs usually begin to grow around two weeks after the first treatment it will, of course, take some time for these hairs to grow long enough to thicken your hair. In addition to new hair, individual hairs will thicken and growth overall may accelerate in some cases. Most patients can see a noticeable difference in hair thickness three to six months after the initial treatment.

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Formula 82M is an effective treatment for men and women who suffer from hair loss. Formula 82M contains an anti-inflammatory in addition to Minoxidil and Tretinoin. The solution also contains an organic anti-estrogen and a sophisticated blend of antioxidants, scalp conditioners and hair conditioners. The treatment protocol involves applying Formula 82M twice daily to the scalp. Formula 82M may help you regain lost hair and restore fullness to thinning hair over time.