Dr. Michael Suzman

Dr. Suzman successfully uses Neograft NY hair transplant to cure hair loss

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This male patient around 40 years of age was bothered by significant hair loss. After discussions of the various options to treat balding, we decided to proceed with Neograft to transplant hairs from the back of his scalp to the front and sides. The hairs in the back of the head are stable and are resistant to balding in most patients and therefore result in successful hair transplant. There is no scarring and the results are completely natural. Rogaine and minoxidil and finasteride treatments failed to make improvements and here transplantation procedure was the best option. Westmed Neograft is one of the most experienced plastic surgery practices in the New York area and treats patients from the entire area and country, including New York City, Westchester, Connecticut Long Island and New Jersey. Patient reviews of Neograft R. uniformly outstanding as it provides some of the best results for hair loss with an outstanding safety record.

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Dr. Michael Suzman is a board-certified plastic surgeon and Dr. Adora Fou is a board-certified general surgeon, and they both have extensive experience in helping patients with hair loss. Both outstanding doctors are fellows of the American college of surgeons.

As a plastic surgeon, Dr. Suzman enjoys both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery and here transplantation is one of the services he offers at Westmed Medical Group.

Dr. Fou is a highly acclaimed cancer surgeon who became a recognized expert at Neograft hair transplant patient after so many of her breast cancer survivor she suffered hair loss from chemotherapy. She treats both men and women for hair loss.

Call 914-848-8880 for an appointment or learn more at www.westmedneograft.com



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