New from Paris Conf. (IMCAS) For men! A better way to do hair transplants. For women too.

Hair transplants have evolved (thankfully) over the past 10 years considerably.  Gone (in good centers) are the “plugs” and very artificial looking hairlines.  Still ….pick your doctors and centers well.   A new device called the Neograft system, really improves the harvesting process to prevent that visible scar that sometimes occurs at the back of the head which served as the hair donor site.   Presented by Dr. Jonathan Sykes (Professor, plastics UC Davis, US), Neograft appears to advance this field even further.   Since the grafts are single hair, it can also be used to create eyebrows in women and men, for example.

For more information on this new approach to hair transplants, please contact Neograft or check out its website (www.neograft.com).

Hope this helps,  Dr. Irwin

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Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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