Get Your Hair Restoration in NYC
Male pattern baldness is an inherited trait affecting approximately 90% of all men, to some degree. For two out of three men, this type of hair loss is significant enough to cause concern. Up to half of all women may also experience similar hair loss.
Hair transplantation has been available for over 40 years. Unfortunately for many people, hair transplantation conjures up images of the old technique with unnatural-looking hairlines and “corn row” appearance. The new technique of micro-grafting has revolutionized the field of hair transplantation, consistently achieving natural-appearing results. We believe that a good hair transplant is one that is unrecognized.
A session involves taking a thin strip of hair-bearing skin from the back of the head, where hair growth is at its fullest. This tissue is transplanted in its own natural-growing follicular unit. These follicular grafts contain one to four hairs and are used as micro-grafts, with the hair transplanted in its own natural grouping. This revolutionary technique allows the hair to be placed more evenly and densely, which is critical in achieving a more natural appearance and a fuller head of hair. These mini-grafts also heal more quickly, resulting in better hair growth. Because of their smaller size, mini- and micro-grafts allow uniform hair placement without clumping or tufting of hair, resulting in a natural appearance and hairline.
Hair restoration surgery is a safe, pain-free, minor surgical procedure performed in our onsite operating room under local anesthesia. Two to three sessions, spaced about six months apart, may be required to produce the most natural-looking, dense hair re-growth. Following a hair transplant session, patients return to normal hair styling and showering within one week.
Dr. Rokhsar is fellowship-trained in hair restoration surgery and is a fellow of the American Academy of Hair Restoration Surgery. He specializes in artistically recreating your original hair pattern. He also has special expertise in correcting the “corn row” appearance of previous procedures.