Permanent and Natural Hair Transplantation
We have one simple set of goals for each of our transplant patients: to achieve as much naturalness and density as possible. We feel these two goals are best achieved when the plan is individualized for each patient, depending on what we are presented with.
There are a host of factors that must be taken into account with each patient before formulating the best plan: Some of the more important factors are: the patient’s age, the hair-to-skin color contrast, the caliber of the hair, the patient’s goals for later styling, and, perhaps most important, the ratio of available donor hair in relation to the recipient area in need of coverage.
At IHRS in Jacksonville, we are fortunate to be associated with the finest hair transplant surgeons in Florida and the country.
Our hair restoration surgeons endeavor to produce a natural appearing hairline with single, one follicle (called a follicular unit) graft. Then they carefully blend in progressively larger grafts behind the hairline. These grafts will contain two and three hair follicles in a single graft.
They typically move four to six times as much hair as in a standard hair transplant approach, using follicular unit grafts throughout producing a completely natural result.
Learn more about Neograft FUE Hair Transplantation.
Surgical Hair Transplantation for Women
For a woman who has been had hair transplant can be quite dramatic to her appearance. Even after only two sessions. For most women, it will require two or three sessions to achieve optimal results.
Generally it is an accepted fact that most women are much more devastated by thinning hair or hair loss than men are. It just simply is not as socially acceptable for a woman to have less than a “full head of hair”.