Over the course of the last forty years, the highly experienced team of hair loss specialists at The Griffin Center of Hair Restoration and Research has performed thousands of hair transplant procedures on men and women from all around the world, and during that time one question comes up again and again: “Will my final hair transplant results look natural?” For most people, hair loss is a very personal and private issue, and one of the biggest concerns that patients have about undergoing surgical hair transplantation procedures involves the fear that others will be able to tell that they have had something done. While every patient wants increased coverage and thicker, fuller-looking hair, we have found that they also want hair that blends naturally and seamlessly with the hair that is already there. Achieving this kind of subtle, natural-looking result, can often be more complicated than many people may realize.
At the Griffin Center, we regularly film educational videos to answer some of the questions that are commonly posed by our patients. In one of our most recent installments, Dr. Ashley Curtis, one of our board certified dermatologists, discusses the extensive planning that goes into a hair transplantation procedure along with the many factors that must be taken into consideration in order to achieve optimal hair transplant results. Specifically, she explains the care and thought involved at each phase of the procedure, from the design of the hairline to the placement and angling of the individual follicular grafts. She also lists some of the steps that are taken throughout the process to ensure that the follicular units remain viable so that the maximum number can thrive in their new location.
We firmly agree that your hair transplant should be personal and private, and at The Griffin Center of Hair Restoration and Research we make every effort to ensure that the hair that we transplant flows smoothly and naturally with the hair that you already have, because when it comes to hair restoration details make the difference. If you are suffering from hair loss and would like to learn what we can do for you, please contact The Griffin Center of Hair Restoration or The Griffin Center for Women’s Hair Loss to schedule a consultation with Dr. Edmond Griffin or with Dr. Ashley Curtis.