Nashville Hair Doctor: Your Premier Address for a Hair Transplant in Murfreesboro
Hair loss, thinning hair, bald spots – if you struggle with any of these, you are not alone. By the age of 35, more than two in three Americans will have experienced hair loss.
Fortunately, you no longer have to resign yourself to watching your hair disappear. More men and women than ever before enlist the help of a specialist to get their hair replaced. Modern hair restoration bears little resemblance to the hair transplants from a generation ago. They are easier and more successful, and most importantly, if done by a skilled technician using leading FUE technology, they cannot be detected.
To learn more about how to get a hair transplant in Murfreesboro, find out what the Nashville Hair Doctor has to offer.
When it comes to hair transplants, there are two schools of thought: Remove strips of hair with attached follicles from the back of your head, break up into individual follicles, and transplant into the areas with thinning hair, or extract and re-insert individual follicles or grafts of hair. The former is also called “Follicular Unit Transplantation” or FUT or simply the “Strip Method.” The latter is called “Follicular Unit Extraction” or FUE.
On first glance, FUT seems to be the way to go. It makes sense to extract entire strips of hair rather than the tedious business of moving individual follicles. And indeed, this is why many hair replacement centers prefer this method. A surgeon is able to remove the mentioned strip of scalp fairly easily. But on second glance, the shortcomings become obvious: Surgically removing a strip of scalp, however thin, invariably leaves a scar. Even the most skilled plastic surgeon cannot completely disguise these scars, meaning you are somewhat restricted in how short you’re able to wear your hair afterwards. What you gain in ease of procedure, you lose in terms of results. Since a natural-looking result is your main reason for wanting a hair transplant versus, say, a toupee, you should make sure to ask your hair doctor about the FUE method.
To understand how NeoGraft works, it helps to picture it as a work of art and not surgery. It is a minimally-invasive procedure, typically assisted by local anesthesia to numb the area where it is administered. Your NeoGraft technician uses a wand under pneumatic pressure to extract hair follicles from the donor area and inject them into the recipient area, one at a time. A skilled technician is able to transplant up to 3,000 hair grafts in one sitting. How many grafts you need to restore full growth of your hair is determined during an initial no-obligation consultation.
At the Nashville Hair Doctor, we have used the NeoGraft technology since we were the first to introduce it in Tennessee. Our technician has over 20 years experience serving men and women throughout the entire state. If you are looking for a hair transplant in Murfreesboro, the Nashville Hair Doctor office is within easy reach off of Old Hickory Blvd. For patients outside of the greater Nashville area, we offer a Travel Package for out of town hair transplant patients.
Join the many men and women who changed their life by changing their looks with a hair transplant. Contact the Nashville Hair Doctor today to schedule your hair transplant consultation!