Permanent Hair Restoration

Welcome to the Nova Medical Hair Transplant in New Jersey.If you’ve been researching your available options and you think you’re ready to talk about permanent hair restoration, you may be wondering what to expect when you visit for your first consultation. We’ll let you know what’s involved, what to expect and a few important questions for you to keep in mind.

Your New Jersey Hair Transplant Surgeon Will Need To Know Your Health History

When you arrive, you’ll relax in our comfortable lounge where we’ll ask you to fill out a questionnaire. This, “getting to know you” form also asks some personal questions about your lifestyle and medical picture. The background knowledge will allow your surgeon to plan effective and safe treatment as certain conditions, medications or supplements can be counterproductive when planning a procedure.

We’ll also want to know if you’ve had hair procedures or taken medication to stop hair loss in the last. Bring a list of prescriptions with you if you have them.

Your Physical Examination

We review the pattern and severity of your balding. Most men who have male pattern baldness (androgenic alopecia) will see the hair fall out in a predictable pattern that shows at the hairline and crown first. The recession will move quickly for some and slowly for others.

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FUE Survey

Are you a Candidate?

Have you considered options for a hair transplant, but you aren’t sure what the procedure involves or if it is the right choice for you? Answer a few simple questions to see if you are a good candidate for FUE Hair Transplant.

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Hair Miniaturization Study

New Jersey hair transplant experts perform a study to examine areas of scalp showing active hair loss and to predict the future progression of baldness. They’ll assess your donor hair up close to ensure you have enough for a satisfying result. The donor hairs for your procedure will likely be harvested from the back and sides of the head where DHT resistant follicles thrive long after the top is bare.

Discussing Methods for Surgery

There are differences between the two most popular hair transplant techniques used today. FUE utilizes very small, individual extractions of hair grafts from the donor area, to be implanted where you need them. FUT is also called the strip method because it involves removing a piece of the scalp then dissecting it into numerous little hair grafts. There are reasons for choosing either depending on what your needs and goals are.

Creating Your Restoration Plan

The best part about modern hair transplant techniques is that your plan for treatment can be completely customized for you. You might benefit from an FUE transplant, PRP injections or other treatments as well. We’ll let you know what the process is like, including your predicted timeline for recovery and a new head of hair.

We’ll provide you with a quote to outline all the potential costs associated with your procedure when you’re ready to go ahead. We also work with reputable financing companies who can offer the convenience of spreading out payments.

If you have questions, we welcome them. Contact Nova Medical Hair Transplant Clinic and arrange your consultation today.

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Hair Transplant Process

The FUE process is an advanced next-generation hair transplant micro-surgery. Click on the steps to get a simplified overview. For more details particular to your case, please consult with our doctor.

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