How Neograft Works?
Extraction of Hair Follicles
Extraction or harvesting is removal of the follicular units (hair) from the donor region (the area in the back of your head between your ears, below your crown, above the nape of your neck), as this hair is genetically programmed to resist testosterone. The NeoGraft device cores each individual follicular unit and then gently removes it with simultaneous suction.
Counting, Trimming and Sorting of Grafts
After the follicular units are extracted, they are carefully separated by size. The average follicular unit contains anywhere from 1-3 hairs. It is imperative to separate single hair units from multiple hair units in order to create a natural appearing result.
Recipient Site Creation
Recipient sites are created in the desired areas of balding or thinning, utilizing the proper depth and angulation to ensure graft viability, as these will be the new homes of the extracted grafts. The hair transplant surgeon will work with you to design a gender and age appropriate hairline that is specific to you.
Placement Of The Hair Grafts
Each individual follicular unit is then implanted into each of the recipient sites in order to achieve the desired outcome. Proper depth and angulation are critical to ensure maximum graft take rate in order to deliver a natural appearing result, as hair grows in different angles depending on the site of the scalp.