How sad is that? And I’m only 35 years old. Thanks a lot, Grandma.
Genetics are the main reason people lose their hair. It’s a hand we would rather not have been dealt, but what’s to be done?
My grandmother was one of my favorite people in the world, but her hair loss and even balding in some places is not something I thought would happen to me. At 33 I started to notice more hair was coming out in my brush and over the months I saw a measurable thinning at my hairline. My first sensation was panic, then disgust. That’s when I started looking for ways to at least stop my thinning hair if not to help grow some of it back.
Finding Dr. Malouf and learning about the NeoGraft process gave me hope.
At my first appointment I learned that the NeoGraft Hair Transplantation System is a safe and effective procedure that can treat female baldness in almost half the time of any other hair restoration procedure or technique currently available.
I decided to go for it and five years later I have this to say: “My new full head of hair is just wonderful! (Grandma would envy me). Here’s what you can expect.
Your scalp will be tender for a few days and you may need some pain medication. At first, you wear a surgical dressing over your scalp for just a day or two. As a precaution you may take an antibiotic or an anti-inflammatory to be safe. Fortunately, I was able to return to work three days after my procedure.
About two weeks after the procedure, my transplanted hair came out just like it’s supposed to. I started to notice new growth within a few months after that. I was glad to be one of the lucky people who get the majority of growth in less than nine months. It took me about seven and a half months and my hair was amazingly thicker. I was ecstatic!
I believe what they say about NeoGraft being the most sustained method for hair restoration. And it truly does offer hope to women like me suffering from hair loss. It’s no wonder they call it “The Gold Standard” of hair restoration.