Strip Hair Transplants $3.50 Cash Price

Regular fee $4 per graft. Excessive scarring due to prior procedures subject to an additional fee.
Minimum surgery 1000 grafts.  Inquire about 100% “No Interest Financing” OAC

Our Follicular Graft Units Are 100% Natural We Don’t cut your grafts
into “all single” hairs we keep follicular graft units 100% Natural.

Get The Look You Want The First Time We give you 2.5 times more hair and density for your money…using all natural follicular grafts.  Our Affordable Hair Restoration Plans allow you to receive full coverage and maximum density to complete your hair restoration goals.

Our Advanced Technology combined with our Proprietary Surgical Knowledge gives us the Advantage which produces the Results Patients Trust Us To Deliver.

 

Follicular Unit Graph

See Comparison Chart Below

    FUG/Strip Explained In 60 Sec   

   FUG/Strip Advantage

  • No Need To Shave Head
  • One Fine Linear Scar
  • Cost Less
  • Maximum Grafts Harvested
  • Less Surgery Time

Follicular Unit Grafting (FUG/FUT) is a method of hair transplantation sometimes called “The Strip Method.” During FUG/FUT, a strip of the scalp is removed from the patient’s DHT-Resistant donor area.  The strip contains the donor hairs along with their hair follicles, sebaceous glands, and blood supply.

The strip is dissected under magnification to prepare individual grafts. Follicular clusters are segregated in their normal 1,2,3 and 4 hair units. The surgeon then meticulously creates the receptor sites at the correct angle, direction and pattern of your original hair. Each graft is carefully placed to allow enough blood to nourish every hair during the brief healing process (called recapitalization). Because we exclusively use naturally occurring follicular hair clusters of 1,2,3 and 4 hairs, any future hair loss will not result in unnatural appearing “islands” of transplanted hair.

Your donor area is closed with sutures or sometimes, surgical staples, and then covered with a bandage. The resulting scar is very thin and when healed, very difficult to detect, even under close inspection.  Read What to Expect the Day Of and the Day After a Strip Procedure.

The FUG/FUT hair transplant procedure has some important advantages and disadvantages when compared to the other leading method, Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE). We are proud to offer both as well as this brief comparison of the two methods.

FUG/Strip Method Advantages:

  • Cost Effectiveness: FUG/Strip Method is typically less expensive than FUE simply because it is less time-consuming.
  • More Grafts Per Session: A physician can transplant a greater number of hair grafts in a single session of FUG than is possible using FUE.  Typically with FUG, a physician can transplant 4,000 follicular units or more in just one session.

FUG/Strip Method Considerations:

  • Scarring: The FUG procedure produces a long, linear scar where the strip of donor hair is removed.  Although the scar is usually very thin and nearly undetectable when fully healed, it is still there.  For men who wear their hair very short, maybe a #1 guard or zero.  This might be a consideration.
  • Longer Recovery: Due to the nature of the Strip Method, the donor area will require a longer time to heal, depending on your characteristics.  Approximately 10-15 days.  Talk with your consultant about the pros & cons of all methods.

Compare For Yourself The Difference Between FUE + FUG/FUT

 

Compare Surgery FUE Extraction FUT Strip Method
Surgery Invasiveness Minimally Invasive Moderately Invasive
Donor Harvesting Extracted one by one Extracted from strip
Donor Scarring Tiny circular scars Long fine linear scar
Donor Healing Time 5 to 7 days 14 to 30 days
Donor Size Requirement 50 – 70 sq cm area 1 sq cm wide
Donor Closure type None required Sutures
Pain Discomfort None to Minimum Minimum to moderate
Return To Work Next day 2 days
Exercise or Activities Start Next 5 to 7 days None for 14 to 30 days
Haircut Length Shave donor area Any length
Graft Harvest Limits 3000 max per session 5000 max per session
Procedure Time 4 – 12 hours 4 – 7 hours
Cost Per Graft Range $7 to $9 $3 to $5