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If Being Bald Is Not What You Want – Here’s the Solution

NeoGraft offers permanent hair restoration for life. Unfortunately, the decision as to whether or not you’ll go bald is not up to you, but rather your genes. There’s not much you can do about it, unless you undergo a hair transplant. Not only can the procedure drastically change the appearance of your hair, it can enhance your confidence and people’s perception of your... Continue Reading

Hair Restoration for All Ages

Hair restoration is an option for all ages. Hair loss is disturbing no matter what your age.  Men as young as 18 can start to lose their hair and even if your 38 or 49, you’re still not ready to give up what nature gave you.  When you start to edge toward 65, 70 or 85, you might be more accepting of hair... Continue Reading

Will a Hair Transplant Help Thinning Hair?

You can undergo hair restoration treatment at any age. Regardless of your age, if you have thinning hair or baldness, it can be frustrating. If genetics or illness is the cause it can be doubly unsettling. But you can change your circumstances once and for all. You can have a hair transplant.  NeoGraft, the latest hair restoration technology, can restore the full head of... Continue Reading

Is Age 65 Too Old for Hair Transplants?

If you think you're too old for a hair transplant, you might be surprised. If you’re an age 65+ man considering a hair transplant, there are several things to talk over with your hair restoration physician.  If you think you’re too old for a hair transplant, you might be surprised. The important goal is to provide a result that is appropriate to your age. It would be a mistake... Continue Reading

Are You Too Young for Hair Loss?

Young hair loss sufferers have options. For many people, coping with hair loss starts at an early age. Teenagers who begin to experience hair loss manage the emotional pangs of feeling even more self-conscious than they already do. Trying different hairstyles and attempting to ‘hide’ the problem only makes it more noticeable. It’s not uncommon in families where male pattern baldness... Continue Reading