Neograft® is the most popular FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) Hair Transplant procedure in the U.S. The cost of Neograft® is very affordable. There are numerous Neograft® Doctors in each city.
Prices for Neograft® are less than manual FUE. Neograft® is a huge improvement in Technology over Manual FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction), and other Automated FUE devices. Today’s FUE procedures like Neograft® are similar in price to FUT (Strip Procedures).
Neograft® Cost Per Graft
You can expect to pay 3 to 6 Dollars Per Graft for Neograft® in most major U.S. cities. The Cost Per Graft depends on many factors:
- How Many Neograft® Procedures does your doctor perform.
- Does your doctor “Fly In” their technicians.
- The number of grafts that can be exxtracted.
- Does the Clinic Charge Per Graft or Per Session.
Neograft® Prices in United States
- Prices for Neograft in Orlando, Florida starts at 5,500.00.
- Neograft® Prices in New York City, Average 10,000.00.
- New Jersey Neograft® Cost Per Graft, Starts at 5.00.
- Average Cost in Miami is 5 Dollars Per Graft.
- Chicago Neograft® Cost is about 8,000.00.
Hair Transplant pricing can be confusing. Not every Graft is equal in value. Follicular Unit Grafts naturally contain 1-5 hairs. A 1500 “Graft” case could contain 3000 hairs or 4200 hairs. Each case may cost the same amount, so how do you determine which is better ?
- Do Not Pay Per Graft.
- Tell the doctor that you want Follicular Unit Grafts.
- Become educated, the more you know the better result you will receive.
- Don’t believe that a 2000 graft case is better than a 1500 graft case.
- Ask us for a recommended Neograft® Doctor in your area.
Should the Cost of Neograft® be a Factor in your Hair Transplant Choice
- Your budget should be a factor for every major purchase in your life.
- Balance the cost of your Hair Transplant procedure with the experience of the doctor.
- Evaluate numerous Neograft® Clinics before making your decision.
- It is better to pay Per Session vs Per Graft.
- You can save money if you have a flexible schedule. Ask your doctor if you can be on a “Standby List”.