The 3rd most commonly asked question about hair restoration is...
“How much does a hair transplant cost?” The answer ranges drastically from $2,000 to $20,000, and often leaves customers confused about what they are shopping for.
The wiser question to ask is how much should a good hair transplant cost?
Do not use these charts as a diagnostic tool. They help guide your research while searching for a NeoGraft® certified doctor.
- The first variable is hair transplant costs are calculated per graft. If you received 2,000 grafts for $7 a graft, your total procedure would be $14,000.
- The second variable is how many grafts you need for your specific hair loss.
- Other variables like the size of your head, hairline, and follicular density can only be answered during a consultation.
It is important to note that Traditional Strip Harvest Transplants are cheaper than Modern Follicular Unit Extraction Transplants. This decades-old procedure is advertised for as little as $2 per graft. However, along with the lower price, customers also get a significant scar, longer recovery, and many other unwanted side effects. To understand the difference between NeoGraft® and a traditional transplant, watch this video.
For all the women out there suffering from hair loss, we have good news.
You are not alone. More than 30 million American women currently experience hair loss, and a significant number don't require a hair transplant. However, in the event of significant female hair loss, the chart below provides an informative range of prices.
We respect that you will keep shopping for the best deal and doctor. We are comfortable telling you that some transplants are $2 a graft. Remember, those prices are offered by foreign medical spas or doctors without board certifications. Regardless of your budget, we strongly recommend you to keep your search focused amongst board certified Plastic Surgeons or Dermatologists. For a list of NeoGraft® certified doctors near year, click here.
DISCLAIMER: Price per graft estimates range by practice, region, and doctor experience. A decent ballpark guide is the cost of living index per city. To understand your cost of living index, visit https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/rankings.jsp