The cost for hair transplant


Determining the cost of your hair transplant procedure depends on the degree of hair loss. There are many factors that effect the cost. Your donor hair has to be examined to determine the amount of quality donor hair that can be safely harvested. The donor availability and the degree of hair loss help establish the surgery session size and the actual price range. Most hair restoration practices charge an average price per graft for the harvested donor hair per session. That average price per graft is impacted by the type of procedure you choose to have, whether it is FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) Strip, or FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction). In addition, there are clinics that use just medical assistant to perform the whole procedure and doctor is not involved. This will not only effect the outcome of the procedure, but also the cost. All these factors are combined to determine the actual cost for your surgical hair restoration.

While cost may be a driving factor in your decision, you have to make sure you are getting quality care for your money spent. However, if the cost is the only factor, whatever you pay for a bad hair transplant is way too much.
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Newport Beach Hair Restoration Surgeon