Hair Transplant Clinics

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Choosing the right one for you

There are thousands of hair-loss clinics across the U.S. and Canada, ranging from large chain clinics to small, private facilities. Don’t just choose the one that’s closest to where you live. Take the time to find the clinic that’s right for you.

What to Look for in a Clinic

When comparing hair-transplant clinics, there are a few key things that you should look for. These include:

  • Good doctors. Simply put, a clinic is only as good as the hair transplant doctors who work there. Take the time and get to know them before your procedure. Make sure that you trust them.
  • A great staff. Not only should you feel comfortable with your doctor, but you should also feel secure in your knowledge that his or her assistant technicians are well-trained and able to perform their jobs at a high level.
  • State-of-the-art technology. Hair transplant procedures have changed a lot over the past decade. Find out if your clinic is using the latest technology and if the staff is trained in procedures like follicular unit transplantation (FUT) and follicular unit extraction (FUE).
  • Honesty. If you ever encounter a hair transplant clinic that isn’t upfront about the techniques they use or the prices they charge, leave immediately. You’ll only be wasting your time if you deal with shady clinics.
  • No pressure. There are a few clinics out there that care more about making money than they do about restoring your hair. If the people at the clinic are more concerned with how great you will look in six months as opposed to six years down the road, it may be best to move on and find a place that’s more concerned about the long term health of your hair.
  • A good price. The location where your surgery is performed will have a big impact on the price of the procedure. Often, prices are higher at large chains because they have a higher overhead. Another thing to consider is whether the clinic offers a monthly payment plan that will allow you to finance your procedure in a way that won’t destroy your budget.
  • Cleanliness. This one should be obvious. A hair transplant is a relatively noninvasive procedure, but it’s still surgery. You need to ensure that it is performed with sanitary equipment.
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