Are you a man suffering from hair loss? Is a traditional hair transplant too invasive or expensive for you to justify? Do you want your confidence back? Mirza Aesthetics is here to solve your problems. Dr. Mirza is pleased to announce that NeoGraft® has arrived at Mirza Aesthetics. NeoGraft® is the most minimally invasive procedure for hair transplant. Your own hair is used, so what you grow is really your hair! Read on to find out how it works and why it might be right for you.
How NeoGraft® Works
NeoGraft® is a simple procedure that is both comfortable and convenient for the patient. First, hair follicles are removed from a donor area, usually at the back of your head. Follicles of donor hair are extracted individually. Unlike a traditional hair transplant where an incision is made into the skin along the scalp, NeoGraft® leaves the scalp intact. The grafts are then transplanted into the balding or thinning areas of the scalp. A natural and healthy hairline is restored!
There are a number of reasons why a NeoGraft® procedure is superior to a traditional hair transplant. As mentioned above, hair transplants usually require that a portion of the scalp is removed. The result is a linear scar that is often obvious and embarrassing to the patient. With NeoGraft®, there are no incisions, stitches, or staples required. A linear scar is not left behind and you shouldn’t experience numbness at the donor site. Additionally, because the procedure is minimally invasive, recovery is quick and you should be able to return to your normal activities quickly.
Is NeoGraft® Right For Me?
Good candidates for NeoGraft® are men or women who want to restore their hair without disrupting their lives. Candidates should be in good health and have enough donor hair to transplant into balding areas. It is important to note that while NeoGraft® will restore your hair, it may not be as dense as it was in your teens, so having realistic goals is important. Additionally, NeoGraft® will not stop hair loss, so further sessions may be required. Speak to your doctor to find out more, or visit NeoGraft.com for more information about this exciting procedure.