What’s the Best Hair Transplant Method for Balding Men or Women?

Searching for Hairline Surgery Options in San Francisco?

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If you’ve been suffering from hair loss, you’ve likely spent at least some time researching potential treatment options and comparing them based on cost, results and ease. Any hairline surgery can be a risk, and the wrong method – or the right method poorly applied — could result in unappealing results and long term aesthetic or even medical complications. Before choosing a treatment, you should carefully discuss your options with your medical provider to find an appropriate solution that, at minimum, will do no harm.

Two of the most successful common hair restoration procedures include Ultra Refined Follicular Unit Transplantation (URFUT) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). Both procedures use small blades that precisely trim “follicular units” of 1–4 hairs for transplantation into the balding areas. The URFUT method uses more precise technology and requires the surgeon to have more advanced skills for a successful transfer.

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AFTER Hair Transplant ©2015 MHTA Clinic

Most of the respected bald treatment solutions on the market today have a much higher success rate than they did even 10 years ago. Unsuccessful follicles now account for only 10% of the total transplant. This astonishing progress (at least on the scale of the entire field) certainly bodes well, but individual results can vary tremendously. What works wonderfully for one patient may be only marginally effective for another. This fact is one of the reasons why patients need to screen potential medical advisors and treatments carefully.

Pay attention to these two big concerns when choosing a hairline surgery:

1) Will the surgery be likely to give you great results?
2) Will the scarring be minimal?

Want a cutting edge solution for all your hair restoration needs? Call MHTA today!

Contact us today (toll free) at 1-866-999-6482 to make a consultation appointment, and to review your options and find the best treatment for your unique situation.