The Best Hair Restoration & Transplants in the Hartford County Area!

All our hair transplants are performed under the direction of  Dr Christopher Heinis. He and his surgical team will help you decide which procedure will bring you the best results, whether it’s Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) or our trademarked Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE).  Our staff will explain the process, what you can expect both short- and long-term, and how to take the best possible care of your new and fuller head of hair.

Plus, DiStefano Hair Restoration Center is a great choice for men and women alike.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. In the meantime, check out these video testimonials to hear feedback from some very satisfied patients.

Our Connecticut office is located at 100 Corporate Pl., Rocky Hill, CT. Please use the map below to find directions to our office!

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. In the meantime, check out these video testimonials to hear feedback from some very satisfied patients.

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