There's an alternative to the traditional hair transplant method called Neograft Hair Transplant. The NeoGraft device uses a motorized punch that gently rotates around each individual graft in a perfectly cylindrical shape. Rotation of the punch can be precisely adjusted to accommodate for different skin types.
NeoGraft uses a controlled pneumatic pressure to slide out the hair follicles smoothly and uniformly, which means there's no pulling and twisting. The strength of the suction can be adjusted to accommodate different skin types and the various sizes of punches. The grafts extracted by the contra-angled tool of the NeoGraft device are of consistent excellent quality. Because of the way that the grafts are extracted and withdrawn from the donor area, each graft is uniform making the automated implantation of the graft precisely the same size and cylindrical shape of the recipient site eliminating the "pop corn or ping pong" effect when using forceps.
The grafts are collected in a small collection canister that gently and frequently mists grafts with sterile saline to keep them moist during the harvesting process until they are ready for implantation. The recipient sites are made to the exact length of the harvested grafts and inserted with the NeoGraft controlled pneumatic pressure implantation hand piece which ensures that the grafts are implanted to the exact depth. This leaves a smooth level recipient surface and preventing any ingrown or exposed follicals.
After the grafts have been separated from the canister, the grafts are withdrawn, or auto-loaded, into an implantation canula using negative pneumatic pressure. Once they are in the canula the follicles are inserted into the recipient site with the utmost precision using positive pneumatic pressure.
Dr. Bender at Gulf Coast Dermatology can perform the Neograft Hair Transplant. If you would like to learn more about the latest technology in hair transplantation, check out this video and contact Dr. Bender.
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