NeoGraft®: The First Minimally Invasive Automated
Hair Transplant System
Superior Results – See more natural looking hair, whether it be short or long for both men and women using NeoGraft.
Advanced Technology – Automated technology, it is the least invasive procedure for hair transplantation today.
Gentle – Meaning there are no scalpel incisions, no staples, and no linear scars.
Effective – In time, your own hair will continue to grow normally. Your result: healthy and natural hair.
Discrete – Many patients go back to doing normal daily activities after only a few days.
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NeoGraft at Ponsky & Frankel Facial Plastic Surgery
We offer the NeoGraft® procedure here at our practice, Ponsky & Frankel Facial Plastic Surgery in Beachwood, Oh. We’re ready to answer your questions during your free consultation.
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Why Do Men Go Bald?
Whether your hair loss can be fixed by topical solutions or a minimally invasive transplant, knowledge is the key to understanding male hair loss. Learn more about the hair follicle, male pattern baldness, and find out which stage of hair loss you may be suffering from.
How Hair Grows
Hair grows about an inch every couple of months and each hair sits in a cavity called a follicle. Hair typically grows for 2 to 6 years, remains at the final length for a short period, and then falls out. A new hair soon begins growing in its place. At any one time, about 85% of the hair on your head is in a growing phase and 15% is not.
Hair grows in naturally occurring bundles of one to four follicles called follicular units. Permanent hair loss occurs in men when follicles containing genetic sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone or DHT are triggered to atrophy or shrink over time, resulting in shorter and finer hair. The end result is a very small follicle with no hair inside. Ordinarily, hair should grow back. However, in men who are balding, the follicle fails to grow a new hair.
This genetic hair loss typically presents itself in a defined pattern called Male Pattern Hair Loss and can begin anytime after puberty.