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ARTAS Hair Transplant

(70 Reviews)


Average Cost - $n/a
The ARTAS System uses trusted hair restoration techniques with precision, improving follicular unit extraction (FUE) and eliminating technological mishaps that often occur during total manual hair transplantation.
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Accugraft Hair Transplant

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Average Cost - $n/a
This Hair Transplant is ideal for patients who want to wear their hair at a shorter length, but any patient with thinning hair in need of a minimally invasive transplant can rest assured that the AccuGraft procedure is a safe and viable option. Speak with a certified hair specialist if you or someone you know is interested in FUE Hair Transplants and the AccuGraft treatment.
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Eyebrow Hair Transplant

(15 Reviews)


Average Cost - $4,461
Similar to scalp hair transplants, this procedure requires transplanting donor hair from the back or side of the patient’s head to the balding areas of the eyebrow. After cleaning hair and priming the hair follicles with antibiotics, a trained hair loss specialist will delicately harvest the scalp hair either through follicular unit extraction (FUE) or donor strip techniques.
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Fue Hair Transplant

(9 Reviews)


Average Cost - $9,304
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) occurs when individual hair grafts are removed directly from the donor, using a one millimeter punch and forceps, without removing a linear strip.
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Hair Restoration

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Average Cost - $n/a
Hair restoration treatments come in a variety of professional and over the counter options from Propecia and Rogaine to laser hair therapy and laser combs. If you wish to complement hair transplant surgery or simply slow your hair loss process on a small budget, these non-invasive treatments are the way to go, but if you want more efficient and effective results, choose hair restoration surgery.
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Hair Transplant Surgery

(2536 Reviews)


Average Cost - $8,939
A simple matter of hair distribution, hair transplant surgery begins with extracting donor hair, located at the sides and back of the patient’s head. Men with standard male pattern baldness are the best candidates for the procedure as they tend to have healthy viable donor hair, while those with hair loss caused by stress or medication should see a dermatologist before attending a hair transplant consultation.
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Mustache Transplant Surgery

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Average Cost - $n/a
This procedure involves transplanting hairs, primarily from the head, to the upper lip to grow a thick and even mustache. These implants are consistent with FUE procedures like the NeoGraft and AccuGraft treatments. Micrografts and individual follicle transplantation help form a natural looking mustache with minimal downtime and post-procedure care.
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Neograft Hair Transplant

(3 Reviews)


Average Cost - $9,000
The automated NeoGraft Hair Transplant machine uses pneumatic pressure to extract and implant hair follicles, using a motorized rotating punch to remove the follicles smoothly and painlessly from the scalp. A trained hair loss specialist keeps the grafts in a misting canister with sterile saline to keep them moist and healthy before inserting them into the balding areas using an implant hand piece that ensures exact depth and smooth even results.
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Non-Surgical Treatments

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Hair Loss Shampoo

(1 Reviews)


Average Cost - $n/a
Hair loss shampoos work by blocking dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the hormone that causes hair loss. Shampoos with DHT blockers have the best chance of thickening hair and forestalling further hair loss. The plant extract Saw Palmetto is known to moderate levels of DHT in the body. Shampoos with amino acids, proteins and vitamins like B6 and Panthenol help grow and strengthen hair.
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Hair Replacement

(0 Reviews)


Average Cost - $200 - $500
Hair replacement systems are an inexpensive alternative to hair loss treatments like hair transplant surgery or drugs. Modern hair loss replacement systems use advanced technology to improve the base materials and hairs used in construction. New hair systems use either real human hair or synthetic fibers, which look and feel lighter and more realistic than simple toupees of the past. These hair systems are no longer one size fits all but rather custom made to fit the head shape, color and density.
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Laser Comb

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Average Cost - $n/a
Laser light can stimulate hair growth in the same way that sunlight heals and aids living cells. The hand held version of what you might find at a local hair transplant clinic, the HairMax Laser Comb operates under the same principle as laser hair therapy. Along with other Low Level Light Therapies (LLLT), the laser comb uses cold lasers to revitalize the hairline.
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Laser Hair Therapy

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Average Cost - $800
An increasingly popular alternative to hair transplant surgery, laser hair therapy is recommended for patients in the early stages of hair loss, as they can effectively slow hair loss and eventually begin regrowing their own hair without surgery. Carefully designed to utilize many top at-home treatments for hair loss prevention and hair regrowth, REVVup Hair Therapy allows early hair loss patients the ability to stop a receding hair line while gradually encouraging regrowth of lost follicles.
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Laser Helmet

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Average Cost - $n/a
Laser helmet technology rids patients of medication and helps stave off hair transplant surgery. It provides the perfect environment for your entire scalp to flourish, thus ensuring an extremely high success rate with proper use.
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Propecia (Finasteride)

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Average Cost - $n/a
One of two FDA-approved drugs for treating hair loss, Propecia is an oral medication that suppresses DHT, the hormone that causes male-pattern baldness. Your genes target the DHT-sensitive hair follicles, causing them to shrink, which leads to hair loss. Propecia pills stop the development of DHT hormones, in turn stopping hair loss. The drug has been found to stop further hair loss in 80 percent of men and in some cases even reverse hair loss to some degree.
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Rogaine (Minoxidil)

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Average Cost - $n/a
Unlike prescription Propecia, Rogaine is an over-the-counter hair loss treatment. Effective on men and women, this over-the-counter hair loss treatment works by revitalizing shrunken hair follicles. Available in two percent solutions for women and five percent solutions for men, the Minoxidil-containing topical liquid solution is spread over the balding area twice daily and must dry in order to remain effective. Rogaine was recently released as a foam designed for easier application as well as greater absorption of Minoxidil into the scalp.
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