Hair Transplants in South Jersey

Hair loss can take a serious toll on your confidence, but The Hair Transplant Center in South Jersey is here to help. We’ve already helped hundreds of patients restore their hair with our continuum of innovative, clinically proven solutions. Together, we’ll address the root cause of your hair loss and restore your appearance and confidence.

To learn more about which of our comprehensive hair restoration procedures may be right for you, contact our hair transplant doctor for a free consultation.

The Main Causes of Hair Loss

Most people lose an average of 50 to 100 hairs per day, which are promptly replaced by new growth. In the case of hair loss, you may lose more hair than this on a daily basis and begin noticing thinning areas.

Most people associate thinning hair with age or male pattern baldness, but there are many medical reasons you may be losing your hair, including: 

  • Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
  • Thyroid disease
  • Alopecia areata
  • Stress
  • Telogen effluvium (TE)
  • Traction alopecia
  • Lichen planus 
  • Lichen planopilaris
  • Dermatitis
  • Alopecia totalis
  • Melanoma
  • Auto-immune conditions

Available Hair Loss Solutions for South Jersey Residents

Medications That Treat Male Pattern Baldness

At The Hair Transplant Center in South Jersey, our goal is to create a hair loss treatment plan that works for your needs and expectations. While treatments like follicular transplants have a high success rate, some patients may prefer to try minimally invasive medication first. The two medications we prescribe most often are minoxidil and finasteride.

  • Minoxidil (Rogaine)
    • Comes in topical ointment or tablet form
    • Stimulates circulation in the scalp to nourish follicles
    • Hair loss returns with discontinued use
  • Finasteride (Propecia/Proscar)
    • Prescription oral medication (tablet or pill)
    • Prevents testosterone conversion that causes hair loss
    • Hair loss returns with discontinued use

If you decide to try one of these hair restoration medications, we often pair them with additional products to increase their effectiveness, including: 

  • Topical treatments
  • Vitamin supplements
  • Hair care products

Procedural Hair Loss Solutions

While many patients have success with medication and topical treatments, others may want more long lasting results. The treatments below can help restore natural, long-term hair growth without the need for daily medication. 

Follicular Unit Transplantation: FUT Hair Transplants

FUT, or “hair plugs,” is one of the most common methods for restoring large areas of thinning hair. Our surgical team will put you under local anesthesia so you’ll feel no discomfort. They’ll then remove a section of healthy follicles from a donor area on your scalp and graft it into areas that need new growth. 

Follicular Unit Extraction: FUE Hair Transplants

FUE procedure—or hair transplantation—is similar to FUT, but faster, less invasive, and with minimal downtime. Rather than removing strips of follicles from a donor area, single follicles are moved from one area of the scalp to another. Hair transplant surgery is an outpatient procedure with no incisions needed.

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

SMP is an alternative to more invasive treatments like FUE and FUT. During the procedure, we simulate the appearance of a full head of hair by tattooing fine, short lines to your scalp. This treatment is best for those with thinning hair rather than fully bald areas.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

PRP therapy involves applying a platelet-rich serum to your scalp with a microneedling tool. Platelets are a protein-rich part of the blood that help close wounds and encourage skin to heal. Microneedling also encourages healing and skin regeneration. Together, these treatments stimulate your follicles to begin growing hair again.

Facial Hair Transplants

Hair loss can occur anywhere on the head or body, including the eyebrows, beard, or mustache. If you find yourself with thinning or patchy facial hair, transplantation treatments may be just what you need. This procedure takes healthy follicles from an inconspicuous area on your scalp and transplants them to your face to fill in patches and create a fuller appearance. 

Female Hair Restoration

Women can experience hair loss for a number of reasons, including stress, a hormone imbalance, or simple genetics. The treatments available at Hair Transplants South Jersey are suitable for all genders. We’ll collaborate with you to determine the cause of your hair loss and develop an effective restoration plan.  

Why South Jersey Chooses us for Hair Transplants & Restoration

Whether you want to resolve a receding hairline, patchiness on your scalp, or a thinning beard, Dr. Golio and his team are here to help. Our hair transplant center serving South Jersey offers a wide range of cutting-edge treatments and techniques to meet our patients’ hair restoration needs. 

We consult with each patient to develop custom treatment plans to help them achieve the best possible results. Here, our first priority is always your comfort, confidence, and overall well-being. Book your free, no-obligation consultation today to learn more about how we can help you. 

How much does hair transplant cost in South Jersey?

The cost of your hair transplants includes...

Do hair transplants go bald?

Temporary shedding or hair fall is normal after transplant, and you can expect transplanted areas to fill in again with normal hair growth. Once this filling process starts, it’s unlikely you’ll experience baldness in those areas again.

What stage of balding should you get a hair transplant?

It’s best to start the hair restoration process when you have thinning or bald patches, but have not yet gone completely bald. This enables us to blend the transplanted follicles with your natural growth pattern for a more natural look.

What is the percentage of hair transplant failure?

Hair transplants only fail about 5% of the time, usually due to poor aftercare or an inexperienced clinic doing the procedure. Our hair loss doctor has more than two decades of hair restoration experience, and our team always sends patients home with thorough aftercare instructions.

Can I wear a hat after having a hair transplant procedure?

After a hair transplant, the new follicles may be somewhat delicate as they heal. It’s best to wait at least 10 days before wearing a hat or other head coverings so you don’t dislodge or damage your implants.

How much does hair transplant cost in South Jersey?

The cost of your hair transplants includes: 

  • Number of grafts/follicles needed
  • Procedure used (FUE or FUT)
  • Surgeon’s fees
  • Pain medication and aftercare supplies

In South Jersey, each graft costs between $3 and $6, so if you need 3,000 grafts the cost will be between $9,000 and $18,000, plus surgeon’s fees. At Hair Transplants in South Jersey, we strive to offer the best price for exceptional work.

Contact The Hair Transplant Center – New Jersey Today


(201) 716-1903


If you’re experiencing significant hair loss, The Hair Transplant Center – New Jersey can help. Our lead surgeon, Dr. Dominick Golio, has over 20 years of general and cosmetic surgical experience. He and his South Jersey team can help restore your hair and your confidence.

Reach out to our team today for more information about our services or to book your free consultation. 

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