What is NeoGraft?

NeoGraft is a state-of-the-art hair-transplant procedure that utilizes the modern approach of follicular unit extraction (FUE). This minimally invasive procedure corrects hair loss and offers a quick recovery time. Unlike other hair-transplant methods, a NeoGraft hair transplant does not create a large noticeable scar. This is because the NeoGraft process involves gently extracting hair follicles directly from the scalp. Dr. Stephen Ronan does not need to make incisions for the transplanted hair follicles and can instead use a special device that easily implants them.

Why Undergo NeoGraft?

At some point in the future, depending on your genetics, you may experience hair loss. This can be corrected by the NeoGraft Automated Hair Transplantation system. NeoGraft is a safe FDA-approved follicular implantation procedure. It can remedy a receded hairline or thinning hair.
Since fewer nerves and blood vessels are damaged during NeoGraft hair restoration, patients will have a quicker recovery time after the procedure. This also reduces discomfort and the likelihood of post-treatment scarring.

Your Neograft procedure will be performed in Blackhawk Hair Restoration's surgery center located in Danville.

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Remedy A Receded Hairline

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Remedy Thinning Hair

Quicker Recovery Time

Who Are the Best Candidates for NeoGraft?

Ideal candidates for NeoGraft are individuals who are experiencing hair loss and are looking for a minimally invasive procedure to correct this. Men and women who have receded or thinning hair are the best candidates for NeoGraft. Patients who have a positive outlook and who are seeking an effective solution for their hair loss can undergo NeoGraft.

The donor sites where the follicle units will be extracted are the back and sides of the scalp. Because of this, potential candidates must have a sufficient amount of hair growth in these regions. What Happens During a NeoGraft Consultation? The best way to ascertain if you are a good candidate for NeoGraft is to speak with Dr. Stephen Ronan. During your consultation, you will learn whether NeoGraft is suitable for you. You and Dr. Ronan will discuss your goals and your potential results, and if you are a good candidate for treatment, he will plan out your restoration process.

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The NeoGraft Hair Restoration Procedure

A local anesthetic will be used before the NeoGraft procedure to prevent discomfort. General anesthesia is not needed, allowing patients to avoid its potential side effects. Patients are kept awake for the duration of the procedure. Dr. Ronan may administer mild sedatives to promote relaxation, since the process requires being in a reclined position for a few hours.

After the local anesthesia has numbed the donor site, the follicular units will be extracted by Dr. Ronan using the NeoGraft device. Extraction usually takes 2 to 4 hours. After a short rest, the patient will be asked to sit upright for the transplantation phase of NeoGraft procedure. The site into which follicular units will be embedded is also anesthetized.

The NeoGraft Recovery Process

NeoGraft is minimally invasive, which means recovery is faster than traditional Follicular Unit Extraction and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). The grafts are expected to heal within 5 to 7 days, and most patients can return to their daily routine within 2 weeks. Dr. Ronan will give you specific instructions on how to take care of your grafts after surgery.

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When Will I See NeoGraft Results?

After a NeoGraft procedure, some transplanted follicles will fall out. Shedding of the hair shaft is a typical occurrence, but there is nothing to worry about, because the healthy transplanted follicles facilitate the growth of new hair.
Apparent hair growth will be noticed after 3 to 4 months. The overall result of the NeoGraft procedure will be visible after 6 to 12 months. Because the donor areas are known to resist baldness, the transplanted follicles are expected to keep on growing for many years to come.

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Contact Us to Learn More

Schedule a consultation with Dr. Stephen Ronan by calling (925)736-5757 today to find out if you are a good candidate for NeoGraft in Danville. Contact Blackhawk Hair Restoration to make an appointment and learn more about the benefits of NeoGraft.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does NeoGraft Cost?

The cost of the NeoGraft procedure is dependent on various factors. The scope of your treatment area and the number of follicles that need to be transplanted affect the total price. Health insurance does not cover the cost of NeoGraft, because it is considered a cosmetic treatment.

When Will I See Results?

After a NeoGraft procedure, some transplanted follicles will fall out. Shedding of the hair shaft is a typical occurrence, but there is nothing to worry about, because the healthy transplanted follicles facilitate the growth of new hair.

Apparent hair growth will be noticed after 3 to 4 months. The overall result of the NeoGraft procedure will be visible after 6 to 12 months. Because the donor areas are known to resist baldness, the transplanted follicles are expected to keep on growing for many years to come.

How's The Recovery Process?

NeoGraft is minimally invasive, which means recovery is faster than traditional Follicular Unit Extraction and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). The grafts are expected to heal within 5 to 7 days, and most patients can return to their daily routine within 2 weeks. Dr. Ronan will give you specific instructions on how to take care of your grafts after surgery.

How Does The Procedure Work?

A local anesthetic will be used before the NeoGraft procedure to prevent discomfort. General anesthesia is not needed, allowing patients to avoid its potential side effects. Patients are kept awake for the duration of the procedure. Dr. Ronan may administer mild sedatives to promote relaxation, since the process requires being in a reclined position for a few hours.

After the local anesthesia has numbed the donor site, the follicular units will be extracted by Dr. Ronan using the NeoGraft device. Extraction usually takes 2 to 4 hours. After a short rest, the patient will be asked to sit upright for the transplantation phase of NeoGraft procedure. The site into which follicular units will be embedded is also anesthetized.

Who Are the Best Candidates for NeoGraft?

Ideal candidates for NeoGraft are individuals who are experiencing hair loss and are looking for a minimally invasive procedure to correct this. Men and women who have receded or thinning hair are the best candidates for NeoGraft. Patients who have a positive outlook and who are seeking an effective solution for their hair loss can undergo NeoGraft.

The donor sites where the follicle units will be extracted are the back and sides of the scalp. Because of this, potential candidates must have a sufficient amount of hair growth in these regions. What Happens During a NeoGraft Consultation? The best way to ascertain if you are a good candidate for NeoGraft is to speak with Dr. Stephen Ronan. During your consultation, you will learn whether NeoGraft is suitable for you. You and Dr. Ronan will discuss your goals and your potential results, and if you are a good candidate for treatment, he will plan out your restoration process.

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