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NeoGraft2.0 – Advanced Hair Transplant in Toronto, Canada

How Much Does Hair Transplant Cost in Toronto?

You might be wondering how much hair transplant in Toronto costs? While hair transplant is more expensive than some of the other hair loss treatments, it’s a permanent solution that gives fantastic results, and it can turn out to be a more cost-effective choice.

Hair transplant cost in Canada varies based on the number of grafts needed and other factors. Our expert team offers free consultations to figure out your specific needs and see if you’re a good candidate for hair restoration surgery.

Schedule your free consultation today to learn about all your options for restoring your hair. Let us break down how things proceed after you decide to go with Hair Transplant at our clinic:

  • First appointment at our Hair Transplant Clinic in Toronto.
  • Scalp Preparation
  • Anesthetics
  • Extracting Follicular Units
  • Harvesting the Grafts
  • Implantation
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Why Choose La Fontaine Source De Jeunesse for Hair Transplant?

Our team, including Surgeons, hair transplant technicians, nurses, medical assistants, are all highly skilled in their respective areas, and they are dedicated to ensuring your ongoing satisfaction. Specifically, our group of hair restoration experts boasts over two decades of experience, making them the top professionals in the country. Their expertise plays a critical role in making our treatment a success.

We provide both FUE Hair Transplant and NeoGraft Hair Transplant using automated and robotic devices that DO NOT LEAVE a linear scar when placing hair grafts into areas where the hair is thinning.

Patient’s Hair Transplant Experience@  La Fontaine Source De Jeunesse !

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FUE Hair Transplant

The Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant method doesn’t create a visible line scar at the back of your head. This is because it collects hair grafts individually using small punch blades that are 0.8 to 1mm wide.

Instead of a noticeable line, FUE leaves tiny, hard-to-spot scars spread out on the back of your scalp. If you choose this method, you can shave your head or have a really short hairstyle without worrying about visible scars.

The early healing phase of the FUE hair transplant only takes 2-3 days. In this initial period, a gentle dressing is applied to cover the extremely small 0.9 to 1.2-millimeter extraction holes located at the back of the scalp. This dressing extends around the front of the forehead and wraps around to firmly secure the bandage at the back.

Hair Transplant in Toronto – Pre-Operative Investigations

Our team ensures that you follow the necessary steps prior to your hair transplant:

Do’s & Don’ts for a Hair Transplant

  • Avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications, as well as vitamin B and E tablets, one week before the procedure.
  • Refrain from consuming alcohol and smoking during the week leading up to the transplant.
  • On the day of the surgery, thoroughly wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner.

The FUE hair transplant process consists of two main steps: extracting hair follicles from the “preferred zone” at the back of your scalp and then implanting these grafts into the desired area.

Before the extraction phase, the donor area is shaved (some patients choose to shave all their hair) and numbed with local anesthetics. Laughing gas (nitrous oxide) is administered to make the local anesthesia injection as painless as possible.

Hair Transplant- Recovery Do’s & Don’ts

  • Adhere to the post-operative care instructions provided by your surgeon.
  • Be gentle when washing your hair. Use a mild, non-medicated shampoo recommended by your surgeon.
  • Protect your scalp from direct sunlight.
  • Wear a hat or use sunscreen with a high SPF to prevent sunburn.
  • Limit Physical Activity to prevent excessive sweating and potential irritation to the transplanted area.
  • Continue to avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.
  • Avoid Swimming and Saunas

Hair Transplant Follow-up plan

The patient will receive a follow-up call the day after the procedure to check on their well-being and schedule an examination.

Patients typically report minimal discomfort and quick recovery times. Additionally, there is no specific maintenance routine needed by patients.

The small incisions made during the placement of hair follicles in the target area do not need stitches; they will naturally scab over, becoming barely noticeable to the naked eye.

FUE Hair Transplant

The Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant method doesn’t create a visible line scar at the back of your head. This is because it collects hair grafts individually using small punch blades that are 0.8 to 1mm wide.

Instead of a noticeable line, FUE leaves tiny, hard-to-spot scars spread out on the back of your scalp. If you choose this method, you can shave your head or have a really short hairstyle without worrying about visible scars.

The early healing phase of the FUE hair transplant only takes 2-3 days. In this initial period, a gentle dressing is applied to cover the extremely small 0.9 to 1.2-millimeter extraction holes located at the back of the scalp. This dressing extends around the front of the forehead and wraps around to firmly secure the bandage at the back.

Hair Transplant in Toronto – Pre-Operative Investigations

Our team ensures that you follow the necessary steps prior to your hair transplant:

Do’s & Don’ts for a Hair Transplant

  • Avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications, as well as vitamin B and E tablets, one week before the procedure.
  • Refrain from consuming alcohol and smoking during the week leading up to the transplant.
  • On the day of the surgery, thoroughly wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner.

The FUE hair transplant process consists of two main steps: extracting hair follicles from the “preferred zone” at the back of your scalp and then implanting these grafts into the desired area.

Before the extraction phase, the donor area is shaved (some patients choose to shave all their hair) and numbed with local anesthetics. Laughing gas (nitrous oxide) is administered to make the local anesthesia injection as painless as possible.

Hair Transplant- Recovery Do’s & Don’ts

  • Adhere to the post-operative care instructions provided by your surgeon.
  • Be gentle when washing your hair. Use a mild, non-medicated shampoo recommended by your surgeon.
  • Protect your scalp from direct sunlight.
  • Wear a hat or use sunscreen with a high SPF to prevent sunburn.
  • Limit Physical Activity to prevent excessive sweating and potential irritation to the transplanted area.
  • Continue to avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.
  • Avoid Swimming and Saunas