Does NeoGraft cost more than manual FUE?

There's probably a slight difference in cost. You know, it's like any technology that's superior. You do pay a premium for something that's superior. But I always tell patients, you know, in the end, you're not shopping for a car. This is your body. And the one thing about hair surgery that I emphasize to patients is that the result that you're going to get is a permanent, lifetime result. So once you've transplanted grafts onto somebody, and those grafts are surviving, they're going to be there for a lifetime. So who would you like designing your hairline? Of course you'd like a plastic surgeon and their team to do that. And is it a little bit more expensive? Perhaps a little more, but I don't think significantly more. And the point is, you're making an investment in yourself. And you're really worth it. And I think that's something we've got to get beyond. If you want the best, you have to pay a little bit more. But then it far exceeds what you even expected. And I think that that's the advantage for this technology – because, you know, some patients will say, "Well, I'm going to go somewhere that's the least expensive." Well, quality does not equate with price when it comes to plastic surgery, that's for sure. And once you've gotten a scar, what do you do then? You've got to go get it fixed, right? I see a lot of patients in our practice who have had a strip technique done elsewhere, and what they come in for is not necessarily more hair, but to treat the donor scar. And so we go in and re-graft with NeoGraft, and we're very successful at reducing the scar in that area. So you're better off making the right decision the first time.

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