Dense Packing Hair Loss Treatment in McLean, Richmond and Virginia Beach
Thanks to the latest technology developed in the hair transplant industry,
grafts can be placed closer than ever before. Instead of heaving several
long sessions, dense packing or placing the grafts closer together can
increase the density created in just one session. When dense packing is
performed by a trained professional studies have proven that it will consistently
produce survival rates of approximately 90 percent.
With a free face-to-face consultation with one of our hair transplant professionals,
we can quickly determine if dense packing is the right technique for you.
Here at Virginia Surgical Hair Center we have the skill and the ability
to perform dense packing when applicable. We have an outstanding track
record of helping clients regrow their hair, and we would like the opportunity
to help you do the same.
One of the main key factors of dense packing and ultra dense packing is
a extremely skilled technique known as, “
Lateral Slit Technique.” Not every hair loss clinic can perform this technique, because
it takes a custom blade cutting device. Although the device is now available
commercially, it comes down to the skill of the team using the device.
Benefits of Dense Packing and the Lateral Slit Technique
- Grafts placed with the lateral slit method look more natural.
- Even with an extreme close examination of transplanted hairs it would be
difficult to tell the difference from the transplanted hairs and your
- Mega Sessions are available for 3000 plus graphs.
- Virginia Surgical Hair Center performs procedures on a daily basis. You
are getting trained professionals to ensure you the best results in the industry.
With decades of experience under our belts we know that you may be a little
hesitant. With all of the incorrect information floating around online
its hard to know who you can trust. Give us a call to schedule a face-to-face
consultation and let us earn your trust – 1-888-764-9400.
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