Taking Charge of Hair Loss
In 2019, will you reveal a more confident you?
If this is your year to take charge of hair loss, you’ve likely been considering hair transplant procedures and wonder what FUE in New Jersey will cost you. Because there are so many individual factors, it can be hard to pin down a price. We’re going to explain how costs are usually calculated, so you know what to expect when you begin planning.
Most clinics today will charge based on the amount of grafts, not a flat fee for the whole procedure. This is excellent news for you when it comes to value for your money. Why is per graft pricing better? Because, if you pay a surgeon a flat fee to complete your transplant, they determine when it’s complete, regardless of how many grafts are transferred. Similarly, if you’re paying based on time, it puts you at the mercy of how quickly a surgeon’s equipment and hands can work. The speed and efficiency between practitioners varywidely.
If you’re like most people, you’ll want to see significant follicle density and as many hairs as possible transferred for thicker hair. You’ll probably feel better about paying more for a higher number of grafts, not for more time.
New Jersey FUE Is Typically Priced Higher Than FUT
Do you know the difference between FUT and FUE? Commonly known as the strip method, FUT is traditional and still useful, but it requires a strip of the scalp to be excised and dissected under microscope to form individual grafts. Hair surgeons can transfer a high volume using this method,and it may be more appropriate for people who want a lot of coverage or who have a sparse donor supply. The linear scar at the back of the head can be a deterrent though.