Neograft is a European developed Implantation Hair Transplant System used for follicular unit extraction (FUE).
This system is the first and only Class One FDA Listed automated medical device for hair restoration. The company has employed technicians to perform every aspect of a hair transplant procedure, allowing physicians with no previous hair transplant experience to enter the hair restoration market. During a Neograft procedure the handheld device is first positioned on the desired follicular unit, then it uses an automated punch and air suction system to extract the hair.
Neograft is a good way for physicians to get started doing hair transplants, and it helps them to do decent work right from the start. But the quality of work does not compare with that done manually by doctors with experience, and the device’s air suction method is thought to dry out follicular units, making them less likely to be viable for transplant. The technicians who work with the doctors often have little more than three months experience, and this is putting your finite donor hair area at risk. Not to say that a Neograft transplant can’t provide patients with good results, but we highly recommend choosing a doctor with years of experience and great results behind them.