Hair Transplants in Central Jersey

If you are suffering from hair loss in Central Jersey, The Hair Transplant Center – New Jersey can meet your hair restoration needs. Put plainly—it’s difficult to slowly and surely lose your hair. Whether you are in your 20s or your 40s, shedding strands of your hair on the pillow and in the shower day in and day out takes its toll on you.

However, there are steps you can take to address your hair loss issues, recapture that youthful appearance you once had, and rebuild your self-confidence. 

Schedule a consultation with Dr. Dominick Golio at The Hair Transplant Center – New Jersey to learn how to turn back the clock and feel like yourself again.

What is Causing My Hair Loss?

Losing hair is quite normal—the average human sheds between 50 and 100 hairs daily. 

A healthy scalp contains many hair follicles, some of which are in a “resting” phase and others in an “active” phase. The visible hairs on a person’s scalp are in the active phase, called the anagen phase. When a hair falls out, the follicle enters the resting period, called the telogen phase.

Hair loss becomes noticeable when more and more hair follicles are stuck in the resting phase. Eventually, entire patches of hair are in the telogen phase, leading to the traditional bald spot. Male and female patterned baldness most often occurs because of natural processes that keep hair follicles dormant.  

Other medical conditions can lead to hair loss, including

  • Alopecia areata
  • Stress
  • Telogen effluvium (TE)
  • Traction alopecia
  • Lichen planus 
  • Lichen planopilaris
  • Dermatitis
  • Alopecia totalis
  • Melanoma
  • Auto-immune conditions

The Best Hair Loss Solutions in Central Jersey

Treating Male Pattern Baldness With Medications

There are two FDA-approved medications for treating hair loss. Depending on the stage of your hair loss, we may recommend one of both of these medications. 

Finasteride (Propecia or Proscar)

  • Works best for mild to moderate hair loss
  • Taken as a pill once a day 
  • Hair loss will resume when you stop using Finasteride

Minoxidil (Rogaine) 

  • Expands blood vessels in the scalp, helping nourish active hair follicles
  • Topical medication applied directly to the scalp (or in a tablet form with a prescription)
  • Hair loss will resume when you stop using Minoxidil

Hair Restoration Services

Apart from pharmacological treatments, we offer several procedural hair loss solutions in Central Jersey to help restore hairlines, bald spots, promote hair growth, and improve self esteem. These hair restoration solutions are more permanent than pharmaceutical solutions.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)

Colloquially known as hair plugs or a “strip procedure,” the FUE procedure involves removing a strip of scalp from the back of the head, where hair follicles are more resistant to baldness. Then, the hair specialist cuts it into small grafts and transplants the grafts into bald regions of the scalp. This procedure takes approximately four to eight hours and is performed under local anesthesia.

Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)

An FUT is a hair restoration procedure that differs from FUEs because the hair specialist removes individual follicles and transplants them into the scalp. FUT hair transplants are commonly known as hair “implants” and usually produce more natural-looking results than FUEs—there’s less chance of scarring and mismatched hair textures. Expect the new hair to be visible 90 to 100 days after the hair restoration treatment.

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

SMP is a unique hair loss treatment where the hair replacement specialist uses a microneedling tool to inject pigment underneath the scalp. Scalp micropigmentation works well to restore hairlines or can cover a completely bald head.

This procedure mimics the appearance of a freshly shaved head of hair—natural hairline included. Scalp micropigmentation procedures take between 20 minutes to an hour to complete.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP procedures work by injecting your body’s own platelets into your scalp using a microneedling tool. This process can improve blood flow to the scalp and help thicken and strengthen existing hair, leading to less shedding.

Facial Hair Transplants

If you are suffering from bald patches in your beard, mustache, or eyebrows, our hair transplant specialists can transplant healthy hair from the back of your head and graft it into the bald patches on your face to restore lost facial hair or fill in patches. 

Female Hair Restoration

There are several procedural options available to women experiencing hair loss. Check out our female-specific solutions for hair loss

Why Central Jersey Chooses Us for Hair Restoration

Our hair loss doctor in Central Jersey, Dr. Golio, has 20 years of board-certified cosmetic surgery experience. He has personally witnessed the evolution of hair transplant technology and only uses the latest and most effective hair transplant techniques. His procedures can graft three times as many follicles as other hair transplant techniques.

The Hair Transplant Center – New Jersey values every one of our clients. We understand how devastating and depressing hair loss is for people to experience. That’s why we work with you to find the best, most effective hair loss solutions. Ready to get your self-confidence back and feel like new again? Schedule a consultation with Central Jersey’s best hair transplant doctor today at (201) 716-1903. 

How much does hair transplant cost in Central Jersey?

The answer depends on the procedure you have done and the amount of work required. Individual grafts can cost between three and six dollars. However, the total cost of the procedure can range from $2,500 to $15,500.

Which age is best for hair transplant?

Roughly, patients should be no younger than 25 years old. If you get a hair transplant too early, your natural hair might still fall out around your grafts, leading to unnatural results. It’s best to wait and see how your hair loss progresses over a few years before getting hair transplants. You should explore pharmaceutical methods like finasteride and minoxidil to slow the effects of hair loss.

What is the lifespan of a hair transplant?

The transplanted hair should continue to cycle through rest and growth stages like normal, meaning the transplanted hair will last a lifetime. However, you’ll have to wait about 90 - 100 days following the procedure to see the transplanted hair grow like normal.

How bald is too bald for a hair transplant?

It’s not likely that hair transplants can fully cover a completely bald head. Therefore, a completely bald patient is not a good candidate for either the FUT procedure or the FUE method. Hair transplant treatments are best for a patient who still has some hair coverage and who don't have large balding areas. There isn’t enough hair from the donor site to naturally fill a completely bald head.

Is hair transplant painful?

At our hair restoration center, hair transplants are performed with local anesthesia, which means the patient will not feel the procedure. Though there might be post-procedural swelling and soreness, the procedure is painless.

Contact The Hair Transplant Center – New Jersey Today


(201) 716-1903

If you are ready to take back what’s yours and find the hair loss solutions that deliver results, then schedule a consultation with Dr. Dominick Golio and his premier hair restoration center. What have you got to lose?

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