Top Concern for Patients
Cheap Isn’t Cheap
It’s easy to understand why the price of cosmetic surgery is often the top concern for prospective patients. Many clinics offering deals and discounts capitalize on the fact that most people want to save money where they can. Unfortunately, the saying, “cheap isn’t cheap” really applies here. Too many people have wound up disappointed or even damaged by cheap alternatives to reputable hair transplant surgery clinics. Here, we’ll provide a few key considerations which should also be an important part of your planning, along with FUE cost in New Jersey.
Select a surgeon you’re comfortable with
This means that you have met them in person, felt you could communicate easily and that they listened to your concerns and goals. Meeting your surgeon at the consultation appointment also allows you to survey the operating facilities and ensure they are accredited, clean and professional. It can’t be emphasised enough how much easy communication and comfort with your surgeon will mean if you have problems or concerns after your procedure. Follow up care is just as important as the surgery because you need to have clear instructions, safe conditions and in-person follow up assessment to ensure optimal results. This is also a reason why travelling abroad for hair transplant surgery can be problematic. Often, without meeting the surgeon in person and without having access to care afterward, a patient doesn’t really know what they are getting into.
In New Jersey, FUE cost factors in comprehensive care, including follow up appointments.
Select the right procedure for you
FUE cost in New Jersey is still a bit higher than FUT (otherwise known as strip surgery) however, the follicular unit extraction technique offers a virtually scarless result and fast recovery. Many practices still offer just the traditional, FUT method and though this may be the right choice for you, if your reason for choosing it is the low price you are quoted, you could be settling for a long scar and longer recovery time unnecessarily. A clinic may try to convince you that their favorite method is the best and only way so it’s best to have more than one consultation for a good understanding of options. Visit a surgeon who offers multiple approaches for hair restoration, both surgical and non-surgical, so that you can select the method that is truly best for you and not just the cheapest.