NeoGraft hair transplantation at Sound Plastic Surgery

December 16, 2015 Joshua M Cooper

We offer NeoGraft hair transplantation at Sound Plastic Surgery! This hair loss treatment for men and women with balding and/or thinning hair is revolutionary. Many of our patients have tried Rogaine, Propecia, Nioxin, Bosley products and other special hair loss shampoos, but still desire a fuller head of hair. 

With NeoGraft technology we are able to perform hair restoration by harvesting single follicular units from the back of the scalp (FUE: follicular unit extraction), and then place them one by one into the areas of your scalp where hair density is lowest. Patients are NOT left with a scar on the back of the scalp with this remarkable technique. No sutures or skin staples have to be removed!

With NeoGraft hair transplantation we have an answer for men and women who are looking for a solution to hair loss and wish to regain self-confidence and a more youthful appearance.

The procedure is performed with a local anesthetic in our procedure room at Sound Plastic Surgery in Seattle, adjacent to the University Village shopping mall. Our patients are awake for this procedure, and watch a movie or play games on their cell phones during the hair transplantation process.

Recovery is very straightforward. The evening of the procedure most patients take a narcotic pain pill, and by the next day they are taking only Ibuprofen or Tylenol. Our patients have described the discomfort as feeling like a sunburn for a couple days. They are back at work within a week, and by then co-workers can’t even tell that the procedure was performed. 

If you desire a fuller head of hair, please contact Sound Plastic Surgery for a free consultation with a plastic surgeon. Call 206-729-2248 or learn more at

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