So, let’s imagine that you have decided to go ahead with a Hair transplant procedure. You’ve decided that you really have no option. You’ve tried other methods so you have one of two choices; to live with your condition or to go ahead with restorative surgery. You have decided that FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation is not the way to go for you, and you are now convinced that FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) is your best option.
You now begin shopping around for the cheapest FUE price easily forgetting that there is no such thing as a bargain when it comes to a life-changing procedure. You think that you have found a good deal. It almost seems too good to be true. Well, it is just that, too good to be true. Going for the cheapest FUE price often lands patients with two not so pleasant situations; expenses without expected results and the probable need for another hair transplant in the near future.
More often than not, if a low FUE price is paid, you are only paying for low quality service and a bad result. Bargain procedures often lead to empty holes on the scalp because their transplanted hair has fallen out with little chance of it growing back again. Realistically, how can a clinic charge a standard fixed price per procedure when no two procedures are the same?
A reputable FUE clinic will charge a per graft price since the number of grafts will vary depending on the size of the balding area, the quantity and quality of the hair follicles, the size of each follicle, the extraction method, the ease of extraction and the desired density to create a natural and homogenized look.