Male Hair Transplant in Miami

Hair Transplant for Men

If you want a thicker head of hair or a fuller beard, Care4Hair will make it happen. Dr. Valladares achieves permanent results for men suffering from receding hairlines, patchy beards, and sparse eyebrows through hair transplantation. Permanent, healthy hair grows in the months following a hair transplant procedure, achieving a complete and natural-looking hairline for our male patients.

Types of Hair Transplants for Men

Care4Hair offers our male patients various hair restoration options. Dr. Valladares corrects hairlines, fills patches in the beard, hides scars on the scalp, and reshapes eyebrows via hair transplantation. Types of hair transplant options for men include:

  • Receding Hairline Transplant: Male patients trust Care4Hair to restore their receding hairlines after exhausting all other reparation methods. If the hair loss is not remediated with prescribed solutions, a transplant is the only option to achieve full, natural-looking hair. Removing hair follicles from a donor zone and implanting them into the balding parts of the scalp produces permanent fullness, making hairline restoration the top-requested procedure at our Miami clinic.
  • Concealing Scars: Many of our patients have scarring due to burns or surgeries that they want to hide. Scars suppress hair growth, leaving men with unsightly bald spots on their scalp and eyebrows. If you suffer from scarring on the face or scalp, Dr. Valladares will transplant donor hair to fill those sites. Over several months, the hair will grow as if it had been there along.
  • Beard Hair Transplant: A beard is the focal point of a man’s face. Whether you want a full beard transplant or just some cosmetic changes to your mustache or goatee, Care4Hair will make it happen. Fortunately, most patients have significant donor hair to achieve their desired results, even a full beard. Dr. Valladares will collaborate with you to design the best beard that your donor follicles would allow.
  • Eyebrow Transplant: If you were born with thin eyebrows or have lost density in your brows over time, Care4Hair will help you achieve the perfect look in just one hair transplant session. Some patients struggle to regrow brow hair after chemotherapy, overplucking, and tattooing. Transgender patients wanting a more masculine look are also prime candidates for this restorative treatment.

Male Hair Transplant Methods and Technologies

Care4Hair transplants hair using two main methods: Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Direct Hair Implantation (DHI). Both techniques involve removing hair follicles from one area of the scalp and implanting them in another. Where FUE and DHI differ, however, is how the follicles are embedded into the skin.

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During an FUE hair transplant, Dr. Valladares creates tiny incisions in the recipient area where the transplanted follicles should go. They are then grafted from the donor zone using technologies like NeoGraft or ARTAS and manually inserted into the canals.
The DHI hair transplant method is similar to FUE, but it is performed exclusively with a unique tool called the Choi Implanter Pen. Dr. Valladares removes and injects the grafts with the implanter pen instead of implanting them manually. A benefit of DHI over FUE is that it does not require the surgeon to make small incisions beforehand since the Choi Implanter Pen automatically creates openings while it implants the follicles.
Care4Hair also performs the Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) method, where the surgeon cuts a section of hair-bearing skin from the back of the head and dissects it to be implanted into the recipient area. Stitches are required in this procedure since the incision is serval inches long. This method is only used on specific patients who are not candidates for other options. However, this is rare since almost all patients are suitable candidates for the FUE and DHI procedures and prefer these advanced methods over the FUT. The public favors the FUE and DHI since they do not require stitches and do not leave behind a linear bald scar as a FUT does. In fact, patients who underwent the FUT procedure before the technological advancements in hair restoration undergo an FUE transplant to cover the FUT scar.
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Do men lose their hair in the same way as women?

Men are more likely than women to experience hair loss at some point in their lives (primarily due to hormonal changes in the body as they age). Approximately 50% of men over 50 show visible signs of hair loss, such as bald spots and thinning areas. While women’s hair sheds in a diffuse pattern, male hair loss concentrates on the frontal hairline and temples in an “M” shape and works its way backward.

Early Signs of Hair Loss in Men

A telltale sign of hair loss in men is balding in the temple area. This usually takes place in the earliest stages of hair loss. Thinning in the temples causes the hairline to follow an “M” shape that later recedes to the top or back of the head. If the hairline begins to dwindle in an uneven pattern, it is a sign of a receding hairline; hairlines that are simply maturing recede more uniformly. It is essential to remain vigilant of changes in the hairline and scalp to mitigate the issue as soon as possible. The longer it takes a patient to identify and mediate this damage, the more work will be required.

When should I consider a male hair transplant?

Hair loss in men under 25-30 years of age fluctuates, making it difficult to determine how it will develop with age. Therefore, we recommend younger patients wait until their hair loss stabilizes to avoid undergoing multiple procedures. You should consider a hair transplant if you are over the age of 25, preferably between 30-50, and are experiencing a stable loss pattern after years of balding.

Are all men suitable candidates for a hair transplant?

Not all men are candidates for a male hair transplant. The best candidates for a hair transplant are men with enough donor follicles to complete the procedure. Therefore, patients with diffuse unpatterned alopecia are not ideal candidates for a hair transplant since they usually do not have enough donor follicles to harvest. Men with hair loss caused by other chronic medical conditions may not be ideal candidates for a hair transplant since the illness will cause the hair to keep falling after the procedure. Great candidates for a hair transplant are men whose hair loss is caused by male pattern baldness, trauma

Hair Transplant Before and After

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How much does male hair transplant in Miami cost?

The cost of a hair transplant is calculated on a per-graft basis. The average cost-per-graft for a hair transplant in the United States is $6.00 to $10.00USD per graft. Care4Hair typically charges between $2.00 and $3.50USD per graft depending on the transplant designated methods and technologies. For a personalized quote, schedule a free consultation with Care4Hair in Miami now!

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Hair Transplant Recovery and Results

Your recovery time will depend on the hair transplant method and the size of the treated area. Recovery from an FUE hair transplant procedure is reasonably short, as this technique does not require surgical incisions or stitching (unlike the FUT method). Some patients return to work that same day, while others take a couple of days or even an entire week to focus on aftercare. The recovery process should not take longer than 7-10 days. However, it may take up to one year to see full, permanent results.

Some weeks following the procedure, your transplanted hair will go through a resting phase called “shock loss,” which is the body’s natural response to the surgery. During this stage, the transplanted hair sheds entirely. Rest assured that the grafts remain healthy under the skin during shock loss and will grow back if you adhere to all the aftercare instructions.

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    FAQS

    Can I treat my transplanted hair like regular hair?

    Yes. Since the follicles are only being moved from one body area to another, they will grow as they would on the zone of origin. You can style and color your hair as you usually would. We recommend waiting 4-6 weeks post-procedure to color your hair and avoid tight hairstyles that pull on the hair and cause it to fall once more.

    How does Care4Hair design my new hairline?

    At Care4Hair, we understand that designing a new hairline requires surgical and artistic skills. Dr. Valladares successfully delivers a natural look for all of our patients by being mindful of hairline shape and positioning and the hair’s density and texture. 

    Can I get a hair transplant if I am bald?

    A hair transplant involves removing hair follicles from one area of the scalp and implanting them into another. You may be a candidate for a male hair transplant depending on your level of baldness. The hair specialists at Care4Hair will evaluate if you have a viable donor supply at your initial consultation. Typically, bald men have donor follicles in the fringe on the back of the head, which makes them candidates for a hair transplant. 

    Is a hair transplant procedure painful?

    Care4Hair administers a local anesthetic before the procedure begins, so you will not feel pain during your hair transplant.

    What is shock loss after a male hair transplant?

    Shock loss is when the body sheds hair as a response to the trauma of the surgery. While it can be worrying to see your hair fall a few weeks after your procedure, this happens to nearly every patient and is no cause for concern. Your follicles remain intact beneath the skin, and new, healthy hair will grow in the following 2 to 3 months.

    What are the risks associated with a hair transplant?

    Risks associated with a hair transplant include (but are not limited to):

    • Excessive bleeding
    • Nerve damage
    • Swelling around the eyes
    • Bruising
    • Infection
    • Scarring

    There will always be a risk of complications when undergoing a hair transplant as with any surgical procedure. Since these risks vary depending on the type of transplant you elect, along with your general health, it is essential to disclose your medical history with Dr. Valladares at your first evaluation to avoid any unnecessary complications.

    When can I expect my full, permanent results?

    Healthy hairs will begin to grow after the shock loss phase that transpires 1 to 5 weeks post-procedure. Your hair will grow steadily in the following months and reach total density after one year. Closely following Dr. Valladares’ aftercare instructions will ensure the best possible results.

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