Before undergoing a hair transplant, it is important that you ask the right questions to ensure you are getting the best treatment possible. Hair restoration is a very delicate and detailed procedure, so having complete transparency is crucial in ensuring your hair’s regrowth. Here are five questions to ask before undergoing a hair transplant.

1. Why am I losing my hair?

Finding out the root of your hair loss problems is extremely important in overall hair restoration process. There are a number of both surgical and non-surgical hair restoration procedures, and which procedure best suits you is entirely contingent upon why you are losing your hair. Ask your doctor what exactly it is that’s making your hair bald or thin. Then ask which procedure is right for you.

2. Are previous patients of this practice happy with their results?

At New England Center for Hair Restoration, we are so happy with our patients’ results that we even have them contact skeptical future patients to tell them about the procedure. It is important that the practice you choose has a large body of patients with successful results. Ask doctors to see those results and speak to past patients.

3. How long have the practice’s doctors been involved in hair restoration?

Because of its effectiveness, hair restoration is an increasingly popular field. Therefore, some doctors have jumped aboard the bandwagon only recently. Ask your hair restoration surgeon how long he or she has been involved in the practice.

4. Will the procedure leave me with significant scarring?

Sadly, there are some hair restoration centers who wish to get patients in and out and quickly as possible, regardless of how much scarring occurs during the procedure. At New England Center for Hair Restoration, we ensure that there is minimal scarring by using our Micro-FUE procedure. Ask what methods of hair restoration are used by doctors before agreeing to a hair transplant at their practice.

Schedule your free consultation at NE Hair today by calling 855-5-NEhair (855-563-4247) or by emailing Dr. Welter directly at