Monday, January 30, 2012

Dr. Roger Bassin Brings The NeoGraft Hair Transplant System To Orlando

Hairs are “harvested” with reverse air pressure into a holding receptacle, then implanted by gentle air pressure. The “NeoGraft” is the first FDA approved automated device for “follicular unit” hair extraction.

Orlando, FL - Dave Plfaum first noticed his thinning hair about a year ago, and now he has decided to do something about it before it gets worse. Dave will have a new high-tech procedure with the NeoGraft, a device that uses gentle air pressure to rearrange hair patterns. Dr. Roger Bassin is among the first group of doctors in the U.S. to perform NeoGraft  hair restoration.

The quest to replace thinning hair with natural-looking results has a new option with NeoGraft, according to Dr. Bassin. The device uses a small hand piece with a tiny tube which is placed over hair follicles. The device then employs gentle reverse air pressure to “harvest” hairs, and positive air pressure to transplant the hairs in thinning areas. Since the device can be used to harvest hairs in a random pattern, there is no huge scar left in the back of the head as in the conventional “strip” method of hair transplants, in which a large section of the scalp is surgically removed and dissected to separate the hair follicles.The NeoGraft can be used on people with virtually all degrees of hair loss in a minimally invasive procedure. "This method provides results which are natural looking, so the hair can be worn as short as desired," says Dr. Bassin.

This procedure also opens the door for many who were not good hair transplant candidates with traditional procedures. "The NeoGraft has changed the way hair restoration is done,” says Dr. Bassin. “Most people don’t want to undergo the “strip” method with the long incision, the more painful postoperative period and potential scarring.”

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