If you’re interested in undergoing hair transplantation to achieve thicker, more natural-looking hair, you might be interested in NeoGraft Hair Transplantation. This procedure uses the FUE method (follicular unit extraction) to achieve a realistic hairline – something that simply can’t be achieved with hair plugs or weaves. What’s more, the procedure is relatively quick, as the FUE method uses automated processes to unlock your luscious hair.
Despite the benefits, many clients walk into their consultation with one question: Is NeoGraft Hair Transplantation safer than other hair transplant procedures?
The answer is yes! In fact, the NeoGraft Hair Transplant is so safe that it’s actually board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rudy Coscia’s preferred hair restoration method. Unlike other hair transplant methods – which require surgery and stitches – NeoGraft is a minimally invasive solution that achieves the most natural results possible. That means no anesthesia, surgery, or linear surgical scars!
NeoGraft works by using a follicular extraction device to extract hair follicles from the back of the scalp. Once these hair follicles are removed, they’re implanted in the front of the scalp where the hair transplantation is needed. NeoGraft uses imagery software to visualize your hairline, so you get natural-looking results. The hair follicles stay in place for two to three weeks, at which point they begin falling out.
At this point, you only have to wait two to three months to start seeing hair grow back in. The hair is completely yours – you can shower with it, swim with it, and do everything that you used to do before you started losing your hair.
Get the thicker, fuller hairline you deserve. To learn more about the NeoGraft Hair Transplantation method and its safety, schedule a consultation with board certified plastic surgeon Dr. Rudy Coscia at his new plastic surgery practice in Granite Bay, CA. Dr. Coscia’s practices also serve Coeur d’Alene and the Sacramento metro area. Call Granite Bay 916-773-5559 & Sacramento 916-929-1833 today.