Hair Restoration: Your Guide to Neograft Hair Replacement

Man from Sterling Heights, MI with Receding Hair LineHair loss is a problem that can affect both genders, and I genetically caused. However, there are also a number of other factors that can contribute to significant hair loss in both men and women.

Hair Replenishment

One of these factors is thyroid disease or other forms of severe infections, medications or vitamins that many people ingest. Also for women, childbirth which causes many changes to the body may result in hair loss. Nonetheless, women should not panic as this type of hair loss is only temporary.

There have been numerous advancements in the field of plastic surgery, such as the neograft hair replacement which has done wonders for those affected by hair loss. In NeoGraft hair replacement, hair follicles are harvested from an area that has lots of hair and surgically implanted to the area of the head where the hair loss has occurred, and their hair is given time to grow naturally. Here are some of the benefits of this type of hair replacement:

No scars

Often using other methods of hair replacement and restoration, the neograft hair replacement involves cutting the scalp when obtaining the hair follicles. As a result, a scar is left after the procedure is completed. However, the procedure uses an automated follicular unit extraction which makes use of suction pressure to obtain the hair follicles, which results in less or no scars. 

Guaranteed Safety

The NeoGraft procedure is approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This approval makes it the first procedure of its kind to be FDA approved. Additionally, given the noegraft procedure is automated, the manual use of scalpels and other surgical tools, which result is stitches are reduced and this significantly reduces the risk of infection. 

Hair restoration and replacement procedures not only restore one's hair, but also improves his or her looks and self-confidence. The NeoGraft procedure gives one a natural look after one week making it the most preferred procedure for hair restoration.