Nu/Hart Introduces a Revolutionary Hair Transplant Procedure

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Nu/Hart, a world leader in hair transplantation, recently introduced a revolutionary new procedure called Neografting which provides a highly effective transplant solution for hair loss. Also referred to as "Follicular Unit Extraction," this new, innovative procedure ensures rapid recovery and minimal discomfort.

The Neografting hair transplant process strategically harvests individual follicular units from the donor site and immediately transplants them into the thinning and balding area. Unlike conventional hair transplants, this method does not involve any linear incisions at the back of the head, and grafts are extracted one at a time and transplanted to the thinning and balding areas.

The procedure involves minimal discomfort and is relatively painless. There are no bandages, no scars at the back of the head, no stitches to be removed, and generally no follow-up visits are required following the procedure.

The session takes a few hours but during the procedure itself, the client can sit back, relax and watch TV or listen to music without feeling any discomfort at all.

However, it is important that all prospective hair transplant clients find out if they are good candidates for the procedure. Those who are not good candidates for the Neografting procedure may be eligible for the conventional hair transplant treatment procedure of which both generate excellent results.

Nu/Hart offers a free consultation to make this assessment, and will develop a hair transplant program that is customized to meet the individual needs of clients.

About Nu/Hart

Nu/Hart's physicians have performed over 25,000 individual hair restoration treatment procedures at centers in the US and overseas on clients from over 40 countries over the past 18 years. Nu/Hart's doctors are US-trained and board-certified. For further information or to schedule a free consultation, call: 1-800-776-7775 or visit http://www.nuhart.com.

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