Hair transplant Connecticut office offers IGT™ method. Individual Graft Technique unique to DiStefano hair transplant CT offices.

Boston, October 10 – DiStefano Hair Loss Restoration Centers ( is proud to have a hair transplant Connecticut office. Because DiStefano does hair transplants differently than other hair transplant centers, the DiStefano hair transplant Connecticut office can offer the Individual Graft Technique (IGT™).

IGT is something that no other hair transplant Connecticut office offers. It’s a unique process developed by Dr. Mark DiStefano who developed his own tools that remove individual hair follicles one at a time from the back of the scalp. There is no cutting, sutures or scar at the back of the head. Each follicle is then immediately transplanted to the recipient site on the top and front of the scalp.

Because there are no sutures, hair transplant patients undergoing the individual graft technique have less post operative pain, the recovery time is faster and they can wear their hair very short because there is no visible suture scar at the back of the head

Unlike IGT, with follicular unit transplantation, the donor hair is provided by a strip of scalp that is surgically removed from the back of the head. Technicians then divide each individual follicle from the strip for transplantation. Follicular Unit Extraction is similar to IGT in that each hair is individually extracted, however this is done without the advantages of using Dr. DiStefano’s exclusive surgical tools.

For more information about DiStefano Hair Loss Restoration Centers and the exclusive Individual Graft Technique, visit

About DiStefano Hair Loss Restoration Centers

For more than 18 years, DiStefano Hair Restoration Center has helped men and women regain a more youthful appearance through hair restoration using the latest surgical techniques. With locations in Worcester, MA; Warwick, RI; Bedford, NH; Newton, MA; and Rocky Hill, CT, DiStefano Restoration Centers offers excellent results to patients throughout New England. For more information, visit