NeoGraftTM Automated Hair Transplantation—Results of the Latest Research
Due to its ease and effectiveness, Look Natural Hair Transplants has chosen to offer the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method utilizing the NeoGraft Automated Hair Transplantation device, a much more desirable option because of the vast benefits the less invasive technique offers.
Most hairs in the scalp are in groups of 2 or 3. About 15% emerge as single hairs and 15% in groups of 4-5 hairs. These hair groupings are called Follicular Groups or Follicular Units (FU).
The FUE method of hair transplantation removes individual hair follicles from the scalp in their naturally occurring groupings of about 1-4 hairs, which are then placed in the areas of the scalp where balding has occurred.
After a decade of research and development, NeoGraft is the first patented surgical hair transplantation device that advances and refines the procedure of hair transplantation in the 21st century. To date, over 8,000 restoration procedures have been done with NeoGraft—generating excellent, natural looking results.
FUE vs. Strip—The new (and newest) method vs. the old method
At Look Natural Hair Transplants, we offer the newest method of hair transplantation.
Manual Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
From a surgical standpoint, an FUE hair transplant is a very safe, minimally invasive, and relatively minor procedure. With the FUE method, the follicles are removed directly from the donor area using a manual 1 mm punch (punch sizes vary) and forceps.
Strip Surgical Linear Scalpel Incision
With the “strip” method, a surgically invasive procedure, the hair at the back of scalp is surgically excised. The wound created by the incision is then stitched up or stapled together. Next, the excised portion of the scalp is divided into separate grafts and units of one to four hairs. While the technicians are separating the grafts, the physician creates the hairline and recipient sites using a needle or a specific blade. Once the recipient sites have been created, the grafts are then placed into the sites using forceps.