Hair Transplant Clinics Price Range
Factors that Influence Cosmetic Procedure Pricing
When surveying the various hair transplant clinics and what prices they offer, you may see quite a range. There are many factors that influence cosmetic procedure pricing and they include: Clinic location, qualifications and experience of the surgeon and individual needs of the client. Unlike many other cosmetic surgery procedures, FUE cost in New Jersey is very much customised on an individual basis. When you meet with your surgeon in person, you’ll be given an overview of the options, various techniques and complimentary treatments that could benefit you, a proposed plan and your personalized quote. Your quote should clearly indicate your total cost, and everything included in that fee. Here are a few things that will affect the numbers you see on your quote:
Being in a major city certainly offers access to many surgeons and hair transplant clinics. It also means a great range of prices will be seen but typically, an area saturated with options will offer competitive pricing, so you should be able to see consistent, fair FUE costs in New Jersey.
Your procedure type
The traditional strip method, also known as FUT, is still utilized today. Depending on patient needs, this method may be recommended when donor hair is insufficient to provide coverage the patient wants. It is also still a good way to get a very high number of grafts in one session. The drawbacks include an inevitable donor scar which forms a long line at the back of the head. Many people today choose FUE, also known as a scarless hair transplant, because it doesn’t require a strip of scalp to be excised. This method is not truly “scarless” but the small, white dots which remain at the back of the scalp are typically less than 1mm in diameter and disappear easily into the hair-even short hair. The grafts are extracted with specialized equipment and a hand-held punch tool. They are then meticulously placed in the recipient area through micro incisions.
The cost of FUE in New Jersey is higher than FUT, though many consider the extra cost worthwhile.