NeoGraft FAQ

FUE System

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Contents

What Is NeoGraft Technology?
What Is the Cost of FUE and NeoGraft Hair Transplantation?
What Is the Difference Between FUE and NeoGraft Versus Linear Harvesting?
What Are the Side Effects and Complications of FUE With Neograft?
Am I a Good Candidate for a Procedure Using FUE or NeoGraft FUE Hair Transplantation?
NeoGraft FUE Procedures in Dallas
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What Is NeoGraft Technology?
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What Is the Difference Between FUE and NeoGraft Versus Linear Harvesting?
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Am I a Good Candidate for a Procedure Using FUE or NeoGraft FUE Hair Transplantation?

What Is NeoGraft Technology?

NeoGraft is one of several tools available for follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant procedures. NeoGraft FUE technology involves an automated device to harvest individual hair follicles, dramatically increasing the speed and accuracy compared to manually selecting and extracting individual hair follicles from the scalp.

What Is the Cost of FUE and NeoGraft Hair Transplantation?

The cost of a NeoGraft FUE procedure does not vary significantly by the tool or device used. At The Hair Transplant Center – Dallas, we perform significantly fewer manual FUE techniques due to the number of tools available for FUE, from Alphagraft to NeoGraft. Costs are similar, depending on the type of tool and procedure used.

What Is the Difference Between FUE and NeoGraft Versus Linear Harvesting?

Results between NeoGraft/FUE and linear harvesting are comparatively similar. FUE procedures produce grafts that generally contain one, two, three, or four follicles, referred to as “follicular units.” 

During strip or linear harvesting, a hair transplant surgeon removes follicles from the back of the scalp, then microscopically dissects the grafts into one, two, or three follicles, which will produce similar follicular unit grafts. 

As long as the grafts in each procedure get implanted with care and precision into the recipient area, the final results with NeoGraft/FUE would approximate those resulting from linear harvesting. The difference occurs not in the area of hair growth, but in how hair follicles are harvested from the donor area either via a strip of skin on the scalp or by individual follicle extractions.

What Are the Side Effects and Complications of FUE With NeoGraft?

Side effects are possible with a NeoGraft hair transplant. Dr. Thiele will discuss potential side effects with you during the day of your hair transplant.

As with any procedure, the risk of infection remains a primary concern. However, our team provides several steps to help minimize or nearly eliminate the risk. Some patients may experience minimal pain and can return to work.

Am I a Good Candidate for a Procedure Using FUE or NeoGraft FUE Hair Transplantation?

To determine whether you are an eligible candidate for NeoGraft FUE hair transplantation, schedule a consultation with our hair transplant physician, Dr. Thiele. NeoGraft is a remarkable device and is now the leading technology in hair restoration. 

At The Hair Transplant Center – Dallas, NeoGraft FUE provides you with a no-stitch procedure with minimal downtime and no visible scarring.

NeoGraft FUE Procedures in Dallas

NeoGraft FUE allows our hair transplant surgeon to produce natural hair restoration results. We recognize that every person’s scalp is different, and results may vary due to medical conditions such as diabetes, physical strain the day after the procedure, and others. 

While some people require only one treatment, others may require multiple treatments to obtain full restoration. The number of treatments may vary depending on an individual’s hair type, scalp response, and ability to complete specific follicles in one procedure. 

At The Hair Transplant Center – Dallas, we don’t charge a flat fee. Rather, we charge only for the hair follicles that we can transplant. As a result, you benefit from significant cost savings over other providers.

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