Can Hair Transplantation Be Done Without Scars?

You’re definitely interested in undergoing hair transplantation, but there’s just one thing holding you back – the possibility of visible surgical scars.

It’s no wonder surgical scars are a cause for concern.  The whole point of hair transplantation is to achieve thicker, more natural-looking hair.  Surgical scars certainly make it difficult for you to achieve that outcome!

Fortunately, there’s a type of hair restoration surgery that won’t leave any linear surgical scars behind, so your secret is safe: FUE NeoGraft Hair Transplantation.

FUE stands for Follicular Unit Extraction, which is a type of hair transplantation method that extracts hair follicles from the back of the scalp and quickly places them along the natural hairline.  FUE NeoGraft uses a specific piece of technology that quickly harvests these follicles, thus eliminating the need for scar-inducing scalpels and stitches.  This same technology is used to place the hair follicles on the hairline to ensure you’re getting the most natural results possible.

Throughout the entire process, there’s no need for incisions or stitches, so there’s absolutely no linear scarring.  Once the donor hair follicles are in place, they’ll stay there for about three weeks before falling out.  But don’t worry – your new hair will grow back in just three to four months later.  You’ll then have a full head of hair again.  Wash it, shampoo it, swim with it – you can do everything you did with your original hair!

To learn more about FUE Hair Transplantation – including the absence of a linear scar –  schedule a consultation with board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rudy Coscia at his new plastic surgery practice in Granite Bay, CA.  Dr. Coscia’s practice also serves the greater Roseville and Sacramento metro areas. Granite Bay 916-773-5559 & Sacramento 916-929-1833

By | 2017-06-30T21:42:51+00:00 June 15th, 2017|NeoGraft Hair Transplant|0 Comments

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