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Our free  consultations are done in-office at the location of your choice. We make sure you leave our office with a complete understanding of how hair restoration works as well as the best plan of action to get your hair back.

Please note: Our staff is vaccinated against COVID-19.

When you visit us you can expect:

  • A thorough review of your past medical history
  • An in depth hair evaluation questionnaire that will cover when your hair loss started, how fast it progressed, where the hair loss stands now, and where you would like it to be.
  • A discussion of treatment methods both surgical and non surgical catered to your goals.
  • If applicable, we will measure your head and give you an exact graft count needed to fulfill your hair goals. No estimations on graft counts, we only quote you on what you need to fill in the hair you have lost.
  • A solid quote that will be valid for one year after your visit.
  • Virtual Consultations are available if you are unable to physically make it to our office.
  • Every single consultation is reviewed by a medical doctor prior to your procedure.

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