March 7, 2019

Neograft hair transplants are indeed the future of hair restoration for men and women who suffer from areas of baldness or thinning hair. While this is not a miracle procedure, the Neograft hair transplant process does actually work and can provide you with a fuller, healthier head of hair, especially if you are a good candidate for the procedure.

How the Neograft Procedure Works

The Neograft hair transplant procedure works by harvesting hair follicles from the side or back of the head (also known as donor sites) and moving them to balding or thinning spots. In most cases, this is in the front of the hairline near the forehead. While most people who experience balding or thinning hair do so at this place, it can also be the best option for those who don’t mind moving follicles from one site to the other.

The procedure does take quite some time and can be uncomfortable, but those who have realistic expectations and are prepared for the long wait during the procedure often see fantastic results.

Why Choose a Neograft Hair Transplant?

This procedure is normally chosen by those who are looking to avoid the strip harvesting procedure and its side effects—specifically the long scar that the procedure causes—which can be embarrassing. The Neograft technique does not cause scarring, and donor hairs look natural in their new site after implanting. This technique has also been found to be incredibly effective for both men and women and to be viable for almost all types of candidates.

When Is the Neograft Technique Most Successful?

A few situations can help ensure the success of the Neograft technique. As long as you understand and abide by these rules, you are likely to see great results that allow you to have the hairline you’ve been dreaming of.

You must remember that the Neograft technique does not allow you to grow new follicles but rather transplants follicles from different places on your head to the donor site. The hair itself will grow after it is transplanted, but a new follicle will not grow in the old site. As such, the Neograft technique is best for those with more hair in other places on their heads and specific balding or thinning spots as opposed to those who are bald all over.

The surgical team that performs the procedure should be qualified and experienced in the Neograft technique. Make sure to ask how many times the procedure has been performed by your specific doctor before you begin the treatment.

The better you take care of yourself, the more likely it will be that the procedure will work. Eating healthily, taking the vitamins suggested by your doctor, sleeping enough, and even working hard to avoid stressful situations and feelings can help increase the likelihood that your procedure will be successful.

In some cases, your doctor may suggest that you continue taking any hair restoration medications you were taking in the past in order to ensure that your Neograft transplant is able to work as efficiently as possible. This depends, of course, on the specific patient and situation.

Does the Neograft Procedure Work?

More people of different backgrounds, follicle types, needs, and ages see successful results with the Neograft procedure than with any other option. A person doesn’t necessarily have to be the “perfect candidate” for this procedure to work. However, it is best to have realistic expectations for the transplant, to follow the instructions given by your doctor, and to take care of your hair as it grows in its new location. All in all, though, the Neograft hair transplant technique really does work—and it yields impressive results without obvious side effects.

Do You Want to Learn More about Neograft Hair Transplants?

Call 972-258-7464 today or visit our site to discuss the merits of the Neograft procedure and to make your first consultation appointment with our staff. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have about Neograft hair transplants.