Hair Transplant Surgery in Langhorne, PA

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More than 50 million men and women in America are affected by hair loss. By the age of 35, 40% of men will have noticeable hair loss, while 65% of women will experience hair loss before the age of 60. A receding hair line, thinning hair and bald spots can significantly decrease your confidence and make you look older, but modern hair transplant surgery offers a great solution. At Cosmetic Surgery Specialists in Bucks County, PA, double board certified oculofacial plastic surgeon Dr. Alan Brackup offers both Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) techniques. As a double-board certified cosmetic surgeon Dr. Brackup specializes in performing natural-looking hair transplant techniques that use your own hair to fill in receding, thin and bald spots so you can enjoy a fuller head of hair.

Procedure Technique

Hair transplantation is a process in which follicles are taken from an area where the hair is plentiful and placed in areas where hair loss has occurred. FUE quickly and painlessly removes the hair follicles from fuller areas of the head and implants them to balding areas. FUE slides out the graft smoothly, so there is no pulling or twisting, which can risk damaging the graft. Some patients may be better candidates for the FUT or strip hair transplant method. FUT removes and transplants several hair follicles at once. Dr. Brackup will discuss both techniques and recommend the better procedure designed for your hair loss.

What To expect

During FUE, a knowledgeable technician grafts individual hair follicles from areas where you have minimal or no hair loss. These will then be transplanted into the areas of balding. A session can last up to 3-5 hours or more, depending on the amount of grafting to be done. The FUT procedure is done by removing a strip of hair and extracting multiple hair follicles at one time, the follicles are then split, and placed into areas of balding. Both procedures are done in our in-office surgical suite and patients can be given a medication to help them relax. Your scalp will be numbed for the procedure. After the procedure, it is normal to experience tenderness for the first few days. We will provide you with all your post-operative instructions prior to the procedure.

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Hair Transplant Surgery FAQs

Does It Work?

The science behind hair grafting has been simplified over the years. Hair follicles are taken from areas of the scalp that are genetically programmed to continue to grow. Once the hair follicle has been implanted into the balding area, the grafted hair will stay in place for about 2 – 3 weeks before shedding. After shedding, the new growth will begin in 3 – 4 months; this is normal and an important part of the new hair growth process. After that time period, the hair will continue to grow normally and the results will look healthy and natural.

Does It Look Natural?

Gone are the days of unnatural, “doll’s head” plug grafts. With the most modern techniques, we are able to create extremely natural hairlines. Also, if you like to keep your hair short, the FUE procedure leaves virtually undetectable scars.

Better Method?

There is no significant difference in hair growth or density using FUE or FUT (strip) techniques. There are advantages and disadvantages to each approach. In terms of the quality of results, hair growth will be evident from either FUE or FUT. We will discuss all possible options during the initial assessment.


During the initial consultation, the scalp will be assessed to make sure the patient is a candidate for hair transplant surgery. Candidates for hair restoration surgery are those individuals with hair loss that also have sufficient donor hair on areas of the scalp to transplant into balding areas. The best candidates are those men and women with only frontal or partial hair loss and with adequate donor hair.

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