What is neograft hair restoration and do you offer it to your patients?

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What is NeoGraft?

NeoGraft is a technique for harvesting Follicular Unit grafts for hair restoration. Rather than removing the donor tissue as a long strip which is then cut up into smaller grafts, NeoGraft removes follicular units individually, avoiding the long incision line and scar and the need to section the strip into grafts. 

Los Angeles Dermatologic Surgeon
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Neograft is a name of a medical equipment that harvests hairs using the FUE technique.

Neograft is a name of a medical equipment that harvests hairs using the FUE technique.

It is like asking a cook, do you cook with a Ginsu knife (if you're old enough to remember the TV commercials) and do you offer it at your restaurant.

The outcome of a surgery is dependent on the skill and artistry of a doctor.  It does not depend on the name of an instrument.

Jae Pak, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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What is NeoGraft?

NeoGraft is a brand name for a type of hair restoration technique that involves removing individual hair follicles from the back of your head (follicular unit extraction) and then transplanting them to areas of thinning or baldness in the front or top of your head. Consult with a board certified plastic surgeon that has experience with NeoGraft hair restoration to see if it is right for you. Good luck!

-Dr. Angelos

Neograft in NYC

Neograft is a type of hair restoration technique that uses FUE (follicular unit extraction). With Neograft, individual follicular units are harvested and transplanted so that there is no linear scar at the donor site (unlike in traditional, or "strip" methods of hair transplantation.

David P. Rapaport, MD
Manhattan Plastic Surgeon
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Neograft is a brand name for follicular unit extraction (FUE).  We have performed countless procedures for several years at our hair center with great success and happy patients.  The advantage of FUE procedures is the avoidance of a linear surgical scar in the back of the scalp to harvest the donor hair.  Patients can typically return to work quickly and natural results begin appearing within a few months.

Best of luck!

Jeffrey B. Wise, MD, FACS
Wayne Facial Plastic Surgeon
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What is NeoGraft?

Hi  and thanks for your question. The Neograft is a surgical tool which removes individual hair follicles from the scalp without leaving a long scar along the back of the head. The individual follicles are then transplanted into the recipient sites and the donor area is allowed to heal without the need for stitches. Patients who  have undergone a Neograft procedure after previously undergoing a strip procedure describe the Neograft procedure as much easier and with a shorter recovery as compared to the strip technic. There also seems to be less noticeable scarring or thinning of the donor area using this advanced technique. Make sure to see an experienced Neograft Hair Restoration practice  to determine if this technology will meet your needs. Best of luck. 

Richard Chaffoo,MD,FACS,FICS

Triple Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Richard Chaffoo, MD, FACS
San Diego Plastic Surgeon
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What is neograft hair restoration and do you offer it to your patients?

NeoGraft is a modern technique for hair transplantation using specialized NeoGraft equipment. Basically it is automated FUE (follicular unit extraction) grafts containing from 1 to 4 hair follicles per graft (there is one hair per follicle). One millimeter "punch" grafts are taken from the back of the head and transferred to the thinning or bald areas of need. This leaves no visible linear scar, the recovery time is less, and the transplants look entirely natural, providing the operators are skilled and experienced. This is imperative regardless of the technique.

NeoGraft is successfully used for both male and female patients of all races.

When grafting to the hairline, 1 mm grafts are used so the hairline looks natural. For behind the hairline, we look for more dense grafts. Years ago, hair transplants looked like a toy dolls hair. Now they are undetectable as grafts.

Full growth of all of the transplanted hair may take up to 1 1/2 years, but many patients can see positive results at as few as 3 months.

Yes, we do provide the NeoGraft procedure for our patients. 

Thank you for your question.

What is Neograft

Neograft is an incredible technology used for FUE hair loss solutions for men and women, mainly those who suffer genetically from losing their hair. In terms of Hair Transplantation, Neograft technology is the least invasive and has only minimal down time. Most patient are able to resume their normal routine within a few days. Best of all, Neograft FUE Hair Transplants are natural and use your own hair!

In short, Neograft is an automated transplant system that removes hair follicles with suction, utilizing a punch to surround a follicle and remove it from the scalp.

Cory Torgerson, MD, PhD, FRCSC
Toronto Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 124 reviews



I was the first physician in Texas to perform HT with the Neograft device.  My office was the world training headquarters when this device was FDA approved.  Neograft is nothing more than a trade name for a powered device which made harvesting follicles much easier than previous "FUE" devices.  It basically makes the process of harvesting much less invasive than the strip method.  Beyond harvesting, the skill and experience of the physician determines the outcome.

Dr. Malouf

Peter Malouf, DO
Dallas Dermatologist
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Neograft is a hair restoration machine that can extract hair follicles one at a time (called FUE) as opposed to enduring a strip procedure. The advantages include less trauma, quicker healing, no lingering pain, and above all else ....... no scarring. These hair follicles are then implanted one by one into the area of need. 

Gregory Chambon, MD
Overland Park Family Physician
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