The ultimate goal in hair replacement surgery is a natural-looking appearance. In the fifty years since hair transplantation procedures began, techniques like plugs, minigrafts, and micrografts attempted to meet this goal, but often were not that successful. Transplanting large sections of scalp or eraser-sized (2-4mm) groups of follicles into evenly spaced patterns created unnatural looking configurations reminiscent of corn rows or doll hair that were obviously artificial and woefully unsatisfactory.
However hair transplantation technology has evolved a great deal since the corn rows and doll hair of the 1950’s. Dr. Edmond Griffin and Dr. Ashley Curtis at The Griffin Center of Hair Restoration and Research have kept pace with advances in medical technology. Now those suffering from hair loss have access to a variety of surgical and non-surgical options in hair replacement. While The Griffin Center employs several different hair restoration techniques, Dr. Griffin carefully consults with each client in order to help them achieve the most natural-looking hair growth possible. Patients can feel comfortable in knowing that whatever the technique, the final results are completely natural looking and the incisions virtually undetectable.
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