Restoring Your Hairline
Hair does more than just keep your head warm – everyone is aware of the significant role that a vibrant head of hair plays in defining style, character and confidence.
Often times in society, hair is also a reflection of an individual’s youth, beauty and success. No matter how great you feel on the inside, it is possible for your appearance to change drastically due to a receding hairline or hair loss due to aging, genetics and other causes. At the Nova Medical Hair Transplant Clinic, we offer the latest NJ hair transplant methods to help effectively restore your hairline and put the confident swagger back in your step.
Our most innovative and advanced technology utilizes the Neograft system to carry out the precision follicular unit extraction (FUE) technique. Rather than the labour-intensive manual microsurgery of FUT methods, theHARRTS system is automated to extract individual hair follicular units from the donor site and then implant them into a recipient area of the scalp.
Aspect Of Creating A Natural-looking Hairline
After all, the hairline frames your face and can really be a distinguishing factor between an obvious, or flawlessly done hair transplant.
During the NJ hair transplant process, the first step is to determine the number of grafts that will be needed in order to achieve the desired outcome, as discussed by the patient and plastic surgeon. When designing the frontal hairline, density is the most important aspect to consider because it is the first point of sight when assessing a patient’s level of hair loss. For example, if you have full hair in your frontal hairline but are experiencing hair loss at the crown, then you describe it as a “bald spot”. However, if you are losing hair at the front, then you may describe yourself as “balding” and it becomes more readily visible to those viewing you from the front on a daily basis. For men, a receding or balding frontal hairline can be nearly impossible to hide, hence why many men opt to shave their heads when they reach a certain level of hair loss.