There is an ever-increasing demand for hair transplant surgery as the top hair restoration treatment in the United States and around the globe.
At the Nova Medical Hair Transplant Clinic, we offer our patients FUE and FUT techniques with a high-rate of success and satisfaction. Many individuals come to our clinic with an interest in a hair transplant surgery but have several questions regarding the NJ hair transplant cost. Here, we will discuss the cost of the surgery and how it is calculated.
Some of the major factors that contribute to the cost of a hair transplant surgery is the location of the clinic, the type of transplant method used, and the number of grafts required to achieve the desired outcome. Despite all these variables, hair transplants have evolved to become more affordable over the years. The cost of a NJ hair transplant has gone down significantly to due to increasing accessibility and technological advancements in the field of hair loss treatments.
On average, a NJ hair transplant costs between $4,000 – $15,000 depending on several different factors as mentioned, with the amount of hair grafts being transplanted being the largest determinant of the final cost. The hair transplant cost is given per graft, and often on a scale related to the number of grafts, therefore, the more grafts needed for a transplant often leads a more expensive surgery but lower cost per graft. The number of grafts needed is determined by the severity and type of hair loss. For men, there can be seven classes of baldness. Patients with Class 7 baldness will need more grafts and have to pay more for their hair transplant than patients with Class 3 baldness. The majority of people who choose to undergo a NJ hair transplant typically fall under Class 3-6.
The maximum number of grafts that are transplanted in a single session is approximately 3000 hair grafts, where the average cost per graft ranges between $5 – $12. In general, most clinics will charge $8 per graft for patients that require 600 – 1,200 grafts. The cost per graft will decrease to $5 if the patient needs more than 1,500 grafts for a successful hair transplant.