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Dealing with Hair Loss? Consider NeoGraft Hair Restoration!

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Plateroti Dermatology and the Plateroti Center are located in Templeton, California. Both facilities are run by Drs. Carmelo and Aracely Plateroti. Dr. Carmelo Plateroti has over 30 years of experience in dermatology, dermatologic surgery and complementary medicine. Dr. Aracely Plateroti specializes in integrative medicine. She earned a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine. She then earned a doctorate in Oriental Medicine from the American Liberty University in Los Angeles. Whether you are interested in integrative medicine or NeoGraft® hair restoration, our team can help you.

What Kinds of Services Do We Offer?

The Plateroti Center concentrates on integrative medicine and offers different types of hormone therapy. Plateroti Dermatology offers both medical and aesthetic services that include the following:

• Skin cancer treatments
• NeoGraft® hair restoration
• Mohs surgery
• Laser skin resurfacing
• Sclerotherapy

What is NeoGraft® Hair Restoration?

NeoGraft®, also known as “Follicular Unit Extraction” (FUE), is a non-surgical hair restoration treatment. It is essentially a minimally-invasive type of hair transplant. In conventional transplant surgeries, the doctor removes a strip of skin containing hair follicles from the back of the patient’s head. He then harvests the follicles and places them in areas where the patient’s hair is sparse.

With NeoGraft® hair restoration, a special decide is used to extract the follicles from the patient’s head. Suction pulls the follicle down a tube and into a chamber. Our doctor leaves the skin where it is, so the patient is not left with a characteristic and embarrassing scar.

After sorting the follicles by diameter and length, our doctor uses a handheld device to implant the follicles into the patient’s head. The implanted hair will remain in place for a little bit of time before being shed, but the transplanted follicles will grow replacement hair within months.

NeoGraft® hair restoration does not stop the aging process, so some patients may need to get touch-up treatments. This is especially the case for people who are losing their hair to male-pattern baldness or female-pattern baldness.

Getting Started

If you’re dealing with hair loss, know that you are not alone. It is also helpful to know that treatments like NeoGraft® hair restoration exist that allow you to restore your natural hair growth. Talk to our specialist at Plateroti Dermatology in Templeton to see if this treatment can work for you. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation!

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