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Hair Transplant Surgery

Losing your hair can have a dramatic effect on your appearance, impacting your self-confidence and self-esteem. Both men and women in all stages of adult life can experience this issue due to hereditary, hormonal or other causes. You don’t have to live with the embarrassment of hair loss. If you want to regain your crowning feature, consider the possibility of hair transplant surgery.

Hair transplant techniques have vastly improved over the years, with advanced surgical methods now used for achieving natural, full heads of hair. Dr. Khosh is an accomplished dual board certified facial plastic surgeon that offers surgical and non-surgical hair transplant options to give you back the head of hair that you desire. Using the newest innovations, Dr. Khosh can replace your lost hair without unsightly scars or stitches that were common in hair transplant surgery in the past.

FUT vs FUE Transplant Techniques

Hair transplant surgery is typically performed using one of two methods, follicular unit transfer (FUT) or follicular unit extraction (FUE). For the patient, the primary difference between these two techniques is in the incisions. In FUE, the incisions are more discreet because they are small circular incisions that are dispersed throughout the donor area of the scalp. In FUT, hair is transplanted using a single, long incision in the middle of the donor area or back of the scalp.

FUT and FUE also differ in regards to how the hair is harvested from the donor area. An FUT method removes a group of 1-4 follicular units from a single, thin strip of donor area before it is dissected and prepared for implantation by the surgeon. This method allows the surgeon to implant the highest quality grafts for the best possible outcome, and the FUT method also requires less donor area than a large FUE transplant.

In contrast to the follicular unit transfer, a FUE method involves direct extraction of each follicular unit from the back and sides of the scalp. The FUE method is dependent upon specific instruments and automated technology. Many patients prefer FUE, as it allows for a more efficient procedure, faster results and less detectable scars.

In the majority of cases, Dr. Khosh performs the favored FUE hair transplant technique to avoid unsightly linear scarring from strip methods. FUE is an excellent option for patients who want to wear their hair very short or those that prefer minimal downtime after the procedure. Dr. Khosh is exceptionally skilled in both FUE and FUT hair transplant techniques, and he will help each patient understand the advantages and disadvantages of each as it pertains to their specific hair loss situation and overall treatment goals. Regardless of which method you choose, our practice can ensure you achieve the natural and long-lasting results you hope for in hair restoration.

Hair Loss Treatment

Hair loss can affect every part of your life, from your professional appearance to your self-esteem in romantic encounters. Without the full head of hair you were born with, you can feel like you are no longer the “real you”. The good news is that you don’t have to live with less than you deserve.

If you are not ready to accept the loss of your glorious hair, take the first step to regaining a full head of hair. Call the office of Dr. Khosh to schedule your initial private consultation to begin exploring the options available for hair loss treatment.

With Dr. Khosh’s extensive background in reconstructive plastic surgery and numerous awards for excellence in the field, you can trust him to help you restore your hair with the most state-of-the-art techniques available. Contact our office today to begin your journey back to the real you.

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Maurice M. Khosh, MD, FACS
Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Nasal & Sinus Surgery

580 Park Avenue Suite 1BE,
New York, NY 10065
(212) 339-9988
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