New Technology for Hair Transplantation & Restoration

It’s the latest in hair transplant procedures for men and women, improving everything from male pattern baldness to receding hairlines to thinning eyebrows. Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Jennifer Walden explains SmartGraft and how it could work for you, while leaving permanent results. Dr. Jennifer Walden is the first to offer the groundbreaking new SmartGraft technology to Austin, Texas at her Westlake Medical Center location. SmartGraft is a trailblazing new innovation for hair transplantation and hair restoration. It utilizes a follicular unit extraction technique to restore hair to thinning hairlines and bald spots. This technology can also be used to reverse hair loss caused by surgical procedures such as facelifts and brow lifts.

SmartGraft utilizes the technique of follicular unit extraction. Follicular unit extraction (FUE) is a process by which individual hair follicles are removed from areas of high hair density and transplanted into areas of low hair density. These follicles are immediately counted, sorted, and stored as they are collected. SmartGraft technology utilizes this quick technique to cut down on surgery time by one third. The quickly implanted follicles are also more likely to be successfully transplanted than other techniques. SmartGraft doesn’t require the use of major surgery, which differs from the popular technique of Follicular Transfer. Instead, SmartGraft is an in office procedure with a quick recovery time for patients. Unlike Follicular Transfer, SmartGraft doesn’t leave a large scar on the back of the head of the patient. SmartGraft’s efficiency is one of the main reasons this powerful procedure is being offered by Dr. Walden. For more information about SmartGraft and to book a consultation or an appointment, go online to drjenniferwalden.com or call at 512-328-4100.

 

 

Sponsored by Dr. Jennifer Walden. Opinions expressed by guests on this program are solely those of the guest(s) and are not endorsed by this television station.

 

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