NeoGraft results: What do I need to upkeep my awesome results?

Can you please provide me with aftercare tips to ensure I get good results and lasting results?

Doctor Answers 12

What to do to upkeep FUE Procedure Results

Once you start achieving results from your FUE procedure, I recommend patients to use Rogaine topically, possibly use propecia, not smoke, and try not to use strong chemicals such as bleaches and dyes on the hair if possible. A laser cap or any low level laser therapy is also a great product to look into.

Irvine Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Possible NeoGraft Supplements

NeoGraft Follicular Unit Extraction is designed to be permanent. After the healthy hair follicle has been implanted into the balding area (donor site), the grafted hair will stay in place for two to three weeks before shedding. Once the shedding is complete, the new growth process begins. Once the new growth begins, your hair will continue to grow normally and, most importantly, the results will look healthy and natural. Always consult a board certified hair specialist physician for the finest results.

Best wishes,

Ross A. Clevens, MD
Melbourne Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Neograft after care

Thanks for the great question. I'm happy to hear you are so pleased with your NeoGraft results.  Unfortunately, there is no set "protocol" regarding your long term hair care and everyone needs an individualized treatment plan. In general though, hair preservation is done using a combination of the following treatments... medications (topical rogaine, and/or oral propecia),  light therapy (such as a NeoLTS light),  PRP (platelet rich plasma) injections to the scalp, and good home care products. Consult with an experienced Neograft surgeon to find the treatment combination that is best for you!

I hope this helps,

-Dr. Angelos

Tyler Angelos, MD
Columbus Plastic Surgeon
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How To Maintain Great Hair After NeoGraft

Keep all of your scheduled follow up appointments and use all of your recommended/prescribed post-care.  Depending on the results you are trying to achieve, you may want to consider another transplant within 9-12 months of initial grafting.  Some patients elect to partner secondary procedures such as PRP, NeoLTS, and homecare products to further enhance your results.  Your hair transplant specialist can customize a treatment plan that is right for you.   

Vu Ho, MD
Plano Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Great Question and also something that we make sure to always cover with our patients after the procedure is complete and at all follow-ups. We recommend using Finasteride (Unless you start to feel some of the possible negative results, in which case you would just stop using it.) We also recommend that you use Rogaine (They have a really great shampoo product that is available over the counter now) Followed by a healthy lifestyle and proper hair care, you should have good and lasting results.

Cory Torgerson, MD, PhD, FRCSC
Toronto Facial Plastic Surgeon
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NeoGraft aftercare

Thank you for your question.  There are many ways to ensure your grafts stay healthy and your hair stays looking it's best.
We highly recommend PRP treatments 6-8 weeks post op. We recommend about 4-6 treatments a year. We also use Neografts special line of all natural hair care products to ensure the best outcome for hair growth.  A laser cap is a great addition to thicken your hair and nurish the follicles with great blood flow. 
A healthy diet also plays a very important role in the health of your hair.
Good luck in your recovery and we hope you get great results!

James Fernau, MD, FACS
Pittsburgh Plastic Surgeon
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Use PRP (platelet rich plasma) Therapy to optimize NeoGraft Results

NeoGraft Follicular Unit Extraction is meant to be a permanent solution to hair loss. After the procedure is completed, I recommend utilizing PRP (platelet rich plasma) therapy to optimize outcomes. PRP is done by extracting your own blood, preparing it and reintroducing it back to the hair graft area. The plasma receptors trick the body into thinking there is an injury, bringing the body’s own healing mechanisms to the graft site. This allows the body to heal much faster than it would without the PRP. PRP is also shown to promote hair growth through cell replication. The proteins promote cell metabolism and enhanced growth of blood vessels to the area. These factors help the transplanted and surrounding follicles to regenerate and produce new hair growth. When PRP is combined with new transplants, it provides the best combination to ensure quality growth and healing.

Another recommendation is to always follow a healthy and well-balance lifestyle with a diet rich in nutrients, engaging in exercise and getting appropriate sleep. In addition, it is important to avoid smoking. If your hair loss is progressive, beginning a medical regimen to slow hair loss is recommended.

Julio F. Gallo, MD
Miami Facial Plastic Surgeon
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Neograft is just another tool or instrument available to the doctor for performing FUE surgery.
Post operative care instructions are slightly different for all doctors so follow your doctor's recommendations

With respect to lasting results:

If the results are great, then it will last.  
A good hair transplant results are forever.   It's can last longer than marriage or love.
But bad hair transplant results are like herpies.  It's for life.

Jae Pak, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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There are a few things you can do to help with the upkeep!

There are natural growth factor products that you can use to improve the quality of your grafts and help with the growth of your existing hair.

Stephen J. Ronan, MD, FACS
San Francisco Plastic Surgeon
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Post op treatment

 If you hair loss is genetic, it may be progressive.  under the supervision of a hair loss specialist, you can start on a medical regiment to slow down your hair loss such as minoxidil, propecia, PRP, laser, vitamins and shampoos. You need to stay on the regiment to reduce or see any result. If however, your hair loss continues even with the medical regiment, you may want to consider another hair transplant in the future.

Michael Meshkin, MD
Newport Beach Hair Restoration Surgeon
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These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.