Neograft Hair Replacement
NO Scar! NO Sutures!
What is Neograft Hair Replacement?
From a surgical perspective, there are two primary methods for hair transplants: the “strip”
method (FUT) and the FUE method.
In the “strip” method, a surgical incision is made at the back of the scalp, and a section of scalp is
excised, which is then sutured or stapled.
Technicians separate grafts of one to four hairs from the
excised scalp, while the physician creates the recipient sites using a needle or specific blade.
Grafts with a single hair are placed in the front to create a natural hairline, while the rest are positioned behind to increase recipient area density.
On the other hand, the FUE method is a safer and minimally invasive procedure. Instead of
excising a portion of the scalp, follicles are individually extracted from the donor area using a tiny
punch and vacuum. Technicians separate the grafts, and they are implanted in a similar fashion to the “strip” method. The FUE method results in minimal bleeding, fewer complications, and is
performed with local anesthesia without the need for intravenous or intramuscular sedation.
The benefits of the FUE method include minimal discomfort, no scalpel incision, no sutures, no
linear scar, and a quicker recovery time. Patients can also wear their hair short without the concern of a visible scar.
NeoGraft Hair Transplant technology has improved the FUE procedure, making it more efficient and reducing the procedure time, often comparable to the traditional “strip” method.
Patients seeking a less invasive approach often prefer FUE, and it is essential to consult with our
specialized surgeon who can provide proper guidance.