Hair Loss Is A Common Issue

Hair loss is a common issue for both men and women. According to the American Hair Loss Association Androgenetic Alopecia,, or common male pattern baldness, accounts for more than 95% of hair loss in men. Often times, hair loss is thought to be a strictly male disease, but women actually make up 40% of American’s suffering with hair loss.

It is normal to lose about 50-100 hairs every day, but if you begin to notice bald patches or lots of thinning, you could be experiencing hair loss. Causes of hair loss include protein deficiency, anemia, thyroid disease, and low vitamin levels.


Hair replacement surgery is an option for those with healthy hair growth at the back and sides of the head to serve as donor areas. NeoGraft hair replacement offers patients minimal discomfort, no scalpel incision, large areas in a single session, no sutures or liner scar, little to no risk of complications, fastest recovery of any surgical option, fewer activity limitations, and more natural looking results than traditional strip methods.

The FUE (Follicular Unite Extraction) hair transplant is a minimally invasive procedure, in which the graft from the back of the head is harvested individually and placed in the thinning or balding areas on top of the head.

The NeoGraft method is also available for eyebrow transplants, beard transplants, facial hair transplants, sideburn transplants, hair line transplants and mustache transplants.


NeoGraft hair loss surgeries are performed at our state of the art surgical center located in Palm Beach. The Estetica Institute staff includes highly trained professionals maintaining the highest credentials. Dr. Gregory DeLange is a highly trained and board-certified plastic surgeon serving the area for over 18 years. Our staff includes highly qualified anesthesiologists, anesthetists, and nurses providing expert care before, during and after surgery.

For more information about the NeoGraft hair loss procedure at Estetica Institute, please contact us today at 561.776.9555.