Michigan Hair Transplant Specialists

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Hair Transplantation is a procedure that removes hair follicles from one part of the body, the donor site and inserts them onto a balding area called the recipient site. Hair follicles that are genetically resistant to balding such as on the back and sides of the head are transplanted onto the top and front of the patient’s scalp. Hair transplants are also occasionally used to restore beard hair, eyelashes, chest hair, and eyebrows. 

What Is Follicular Unit Extraction?

Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE, is the most advanced hair transplantation technique available today. The technique performed in the past known as Strip Harvesting or FUT resulted in a patchy looking scalp and left patients with a notorious scar. FUE transplants hair in their natural groupings of 1-4 follicles resulting in natural looking hair and no noticeable scarring. Watch the video for a deeper look.

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The surgeon will investigate you’re scalp and discusses your personal preferences. A Pre-Op ‘folliscopy’ will reveal the exact density of your hair so that the results of your treatment can be accurately predicted.

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Why The Surgeon Matters

When undergoing any cosmetic procedure it is very important that your surgeon be highly experienced and hold a strong track record for success. An inexperienced surgeon can leave you feeling good about your results, until a month later when you’re newly transplanted hairs begin to fall off. When transplanting hair follicles they must be placed directly into the heart of the nutrient pathway of the skin in order to survive after the procedure. Correctly placing these hairs is a very skillful task that is best left for the most experienced surgeons as their ratios of surviving hairs to total hairs transplanted is often significantly higher than general plastic surgeons or those whom hair transplants are not their sole specialty. Contact SurgeonGate today and we will promptly connect you with the most experienced Michigan hair transplant surgeon, ensuring you’re procedure is a success.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does it work?

During a hair transplant procedure, grafts containing numerous hair follicles that are resistant to balding such as those on back and sides of the scalp, are transplanted onto the balding area of the patient’s scalp. The most advanced Michigan hair transplant technique is known as Follicular Unit Extraction and has been shown to increase hair density and volume while appearing natural and unadulterated. This technique, also known as FUE can be used to restore beard hair, eyelashes, chest hair, eyebrows and any other areas that may be affected by hair loss. Surgeons also have the ability to hair from one area of the body such as the scalp and transplant it on the face, or even from the chest to the scalp. The possibilities are only limited to the confidence of the surgeon.

How much does it cost?

As with most surgeries, especially those that are unique to each patient, only a Michigan hair transplant surgeon can determine if you are a suitable candidate and provide you with the final price estimate for you’re treating. We invite you to contact us and we will arrange a consultation between you and a leading hair restoration specialist. They will provide you with a plethora of valuable information that will help you determine the typical cost for a treatment, how to work with you’re budget, and any financing options available. On average, patients invest between the range of $3,000 – $12,000 to permanently restore their natural hairline. 

Will there be any scarring?

Scars are often a feared side effect of hair transplants. When the skin is cut, it heals via a process known as “fibrosis.” This fibrosis or scarring is the skin’s natural way of healing. Thanks to the artistic skills of the highly experienced Michigan Hair transplant surgeons in our network, the scars in the transplanted areas are often so minuscule that the markings are virtually undetectable to the eyes. The scar in the ‘donor’ area is often hidden by your existing hair and prepared to have a natural look. In the majority of cases, the technologies currently used at the leading clinics leave scars virtually undetectable.

What is NeoGraft?

NeoGraft utilizes an automated device that facilitates and aids the transplantation of follicles during the FUE procedure. NeoGraft has been seen to improve the accuracy and efficiency of FUE procedures when compared to manual transplantation. Note that a highly trained and well experienced Michigan FUE surgeon can produce identical results via manual extraction. When you visit your hair restoration specialist he or she will further educate you on available Michigan NeoGraft systems and will decide if it is the best treatment option for you.

Is it available to women?

Yes, they can. Female hair loss and female pattern baldness are actually quite common as well according to Michigan hair transplant specialists. It is estimated that nearly 20 million American women have been diagnosed with some degree of female pattern baldness. Although women typically experience balding behind the hairline. The process for a female Michigan hair transplant is similar, although any women opt for a FUT procedure over an FUE. This is because during a FUT procedure your hair is not shaven. If you are a female interested in hair restoration, request a consultation with a Michigan hair transplant specialist via the form below.

How painful is the procedure?

Patients are administered local anesthetics and other medications to ease pain, although the degree of pain experienced during or after the procedure varies from patient to patient. One may also be given medication to use after the procedure, during the healing process if needed. A majority of patients find themselves not needing any sort of pain medication at all after their procedure is complete. Modern techniques allow surgeons to graft hair with minimal pain and without the need for stitches, something unheard of in the past.

Is there an age requirement?

No, the Procedure can be performed at any age, although not recommended for those under the age of 30. There are no health risks associated with having a hair transplant before age 30, it is merely out of rationality. Most people who suffer from male pattern baldness will lose hair up until their 30’s and depending on genetic factors it will begin to slow down at that time. If you undergo a procedure in your early twenties it will definitely improve your hairline but you may need to go in for a second treatment 5-10 years down the road in order to replace the hairs that were lost after your procedure. For this reason, we recommend that you wait until your hair loss has fully progressed before considering surgical intervention.

Can smoking affect my results?

Smoking cigarettes may affect your results. Smoking has been seen to negatively affect the health of your skin and by affecting your skin it may also affect the hair follicles. Heavy smokers have been noted to have decreased blood flow to the skin and hair follicles which can negatively affect nutrient partitioning. If your hair follicles are not receiving the proper nutrients they require after your procedure you may not experience as high of a graft survival rate as a non-smoker would.

If you are a smoker, you should not be too worried. Many smokers have undergone successful hair transplant Michigan procedures with great results. Your Hair Transplant Michigan surgeon will most likely advise you on how to improve your situation and make the most of your healing process. If diet and casual exercise are put as a priority in the weeks after your procedure, the negative effects of smoking can most likely be mitigated.

Why don't results I've seen look natural?

If you have seen someone who recently had their scalp restored by a Michigan hair transplant specialist and it looks unnatural, it’s either due to an inexperienced surgeon or an outdated technique. When transplanting hair follicles they must be placed directly into the heart of the nutrient pathway of the skin in order to survive after the procedure. Correctly placing these hairs so that they both match your natural hairline and survive for the future is a very skillful task. For this reason, it is best left for the most experienced Michigan hair transplant surgeons as their ratios of surviving hairs to total hairs transplanted is often significantly higher than general plastic surgeons or those whom hair transplants is not their sole specialty. If the person had their procedure done more than 5-10 years ago, their surgeon most likely also used older techniques that transplanted hair in patches instead of follicular units. Contact us today and we will promptly connect you with the most experienced and well-equipped hair transplant Michigan specialist, ensuring you’re procedure is a success.

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