For over 25 years, NU/HART has been providing exceptional hair restorations services in the USA, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Hong Kong, India, UAE, UK & Ireland, and India. Our clinics in the United States are located in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, our clinic in the Philippines is strategically located in Makati, which is just a few minutes away from the international airport.
We provide a variety of hair treatment options including Hair Transplantation, Laser Hair Therapy, Hair Systems, and Vitamin and Herbal Hair Restoration. We also provide Neografting, Facial Hair Transplantation, and Eyebrow Transplantation.
In our 25 years of service, we’ve completed over 30,000 individual hair restoration procedures, catered to clients from over 40 countries, and revolutionized the art of hair restoration. Our Neografting procedure achieves the desired results without linear donor incisions, stitches, or scars. Despite our success in this field, we are still committed to discovering better methods of hair re-growth, creating state-of-the-art technologies, and formulating new techniques.
Dr. Romeo V. Bato is a board-certified plastic surgeon specializing in cosmetic surgery, hair restoration surgery, and skin care. With the aim to provide quality medical service to both local and international patients, Dr. Bato combines today’s innovative medical equipment with time-tested techniques.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 1000
FUE, short for Follicular Unit Extraction, is a hair restoration procedure, which involves the individual removal of 1,000 grafts from hair follicles from other sides of the body that are genetically resistant to balding. Meanwhile, the receiving area (balding site) is punctured using micro-blades and needles, a procedure usually performed under local anesthesia. After the necessary preparations, the harvested grafts are placed at a pre-determined density and angle to promote a realistic hair pattern. While FUE can offer excellent, natural results without involving linear scars or sutures, this hair restoration method usually take time and would even require multiple sessions.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 1500
An FUE procedure with 1,500 grafts can be performed in a couple of hours, and the number of grafts, which can be transplanted into a single recipient site, can be divided among multiple donor sites. One thousand five hundred grafts can be used to cover a bald spot or a receding hairline as a result of male pattern baldness. One benefit of an FUE procedure is that it is faster to perform, and it is minimally invasive, which allows the patient to heal a lot faster. There is also very limited scarring in the scalp area, which allows the patient to wear short hairstyles.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 2000
A follicular unit extraction is a minimally invasive procedure that aims to rejuvenate hair growth in patients suffering from severe hair loss, male pattern baldness, and other such problems involving hair follicles. In this hair transplant technique, 2,000 follicle units are harvested from larger areas such as the legs, arms, or chest and transplanted to the donor site. The surgeon uses a pen-like punching and extraction tool to remove the follicle units from the donor site and transplant them to the recipient site. This procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis, with the patient being prescribed mild painkillers over a couple of days to manage minor discomfort and pain.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 2500
Patients with a balding crown can take advantage of Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedure. Using this method, the patient gets to enjoy a fuller head of natural looking hair while minimizing trauma to the scalp. This procedure is typically performed on an outpatient basis. In most procedures, the patient is anaesthetized before the extraction of the individual follicular units from the donor sites is performed. On the recipient site or the areas of the head or body where the hairs will be transplanted, the surgeon will make microscopic incisions that will then hold the follicular units. These incisions will heal around the transplanted follicular units, and the area will soon be lush with healthy, natural hair.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 3000
An FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) procedure with 3,000 grafts can be performed in less amount of time when compared to traditional hair transplant methods. The number of hair follicles harvested from one site can be divided among multiple donor sites, including the beard, chest, arms, and legs. Three thousand grafts can also cover the patient’s balding crown and front of the head to provide a more natural-looking head of hair. In this method, the patient is placed under local anesthesia before the medical professional starts the procedure. A punching tool with a needle on the end will be used for extraction. The harvested units will be preserved temporarily in a holding solution while the surgeon transplants each unit into the patient’s scalp. The procedure can take anywhere between three to eight hours, and the results are noticeable between six and twelve months.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 3500
With a Follicular Unit Extraction procedure, individual hair follicle units are removed from the donor site and transplanted to a recipient site. In this hair transplant technique, follicle units can be harvested from larger areas such as the legs, arms, or chest. FUE also requires less amount of work than a Follicular Unit Transplant and can be performed by one doctor and an assistant. Preparation of the grafts is also minimal, and less equipment is required. Patients also heal faster and can wear shorter hairstyles because of the absence of linear scars. This procedure can be performed under local anaesthesia.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) 4000
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is considered as the most advanced method of removing donor follicular units and transplanting them into a recipient site. In an FUE 4,000 grafts procedure, approximately 4,000 follicular units will be removed from the donor site and transplanted into a bald area or an area with thinning hair. The procedure is similar to the FUT technique but differs in the method of extraction. In an FUE, the donor follicles are extracted individually, as compared to the strip extraction method used in FUT. The procedure may be more time-consuming, but requires less healing time since no surgery is required.
Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Beard
Beard transplant by Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE, is a hair transplant procedure, minimally invasive in nature, and can be used to give the patient a fuller-looking beard. It can also cover facial scars, where the hair follicles are no longer active. Hair follicles from the back or the side of the patient’s head are extracted and transplanted to the recipient area. The procedure may require up to 4,000 hair follicles and local anaesthesia. Beard transplant FUE can take from three to nine hours, depending on the size of the recipient site. Nu/Hart Restoration clinic in Manila, Philippines has over 25 years of experience in the field and offers its expertise to local patients as well as medical travelers.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT)
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) or the Strip technique is a hair restoration procedure wherein a thin strip of hair is removed from a non-balding zone (usually at the back and side of the head) to the bald or balding areas of the scalp. After anesthesia is applied to the scalp, the “donor strip” is removed, leaving about a 1-2 mm scar. The strip of hair is then dissected and cut into individual follicular units, as the surgeon strategically creates small punctures on the balding area of the scalp (called recipient scalps) where the individual unit grafts will be placed. The proper positioning, density and arrangement of these grafts will largely determine the results of the hair transplant procedure.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 1500
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) using 1,500 grafts is a common hair restoration procedure that involves removing 1,500 follicular units from an area of the patient’s scalp with healthy hair and transplanting them into the balding area. While the patient is under local anesthesia, the surgeon removes strips of hair from the donor site. The strips are then carefully dissected into individual follicular units. Each unit is transplanted into the recipient area taking into consideration the number of hair strands available in the unit. Once the procedure is complete, the donor site is bandaged while the recipient site is covered with a protective cloth.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 2000
In a Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 2,000 Grafts hair restoration procedure, around 2,000 follicular unit grafts are obtained from a donor site (an area of the scalp with healthy hair growth) and transplanted to a balding area. The procedure is performed under local anesthesia. The surgeon will first remove strips of donor hair and then carefully dissect them into individual follicular units. Each unit will have one to four pieces of hair. These units are then transplanted into the recipient area. The procedure will take almost a whole day to complete. No hospital stay is required after the procedure.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 2500
Follicular Unit Transplantation 2,500 Grafts is a hair restoration procedure that involves obtaining donor follicular units from an area of the patient’s scalp with healthy hair growth and transplanting them into a balding spot. Each unit is comprised of one to four hair strands. The size of the balding spot will determine how many follicular units are required. A procedure involving 2,500 grafts will normally take a full day to complete. The patient is first administered a local anesthetic. The surgeon will then remove donor tissue from the patient’s scalp in thin strips. The follicular units are then dissected from the strips and individually transplanted into the recipient site.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 3000
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) is a surgical procedure that involves removing strips of hair from a portion of the scalp with a healthy hair growth and transplanting them into the bald spots. The number 3,000 indicates the graft number of follicular units required to treat a bald spot. FUT 3,000 grafts would then mean that 3,000 follicular units would be needed to cover a balding spot from the forehead to around three inches before the nape. The donor areas are typically the back or the side of the scalp or the area called the occipital protuberance. This is where the scars are hardly noticeable, and there is a higher chance of continued hair growth.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 3500
Follicular Unit Transplantation or FUT is a non-invasive hair restoration technique that uses a graft of follicular units. When compared to other hair restoration techniques, FUT causes minimal trauma to the scalp, and it is quicker as it can be completed in one session. Three thousand and five hundred FUT grafts are taken from the donor site and transplanted to the recipient site where lateral slits are created to mimic the natural process of how hair grows. These units contain small muscles, sebaceous oil glands, and nerves. This procedure is performed under local anesthesia, and the results are noticeable within six to twelve months.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) 4000
Follicular Unit Transplant 4,000 grafts refer to the procedure where 4,000 FUT grafts are used to cover the patient’s entire crown, which could be hairless due to male pattern baldness. The procedure is non-invasive and is typically completed in one session. It involves the process of harvesting hair from the donor area, which is typically the back of the scalp. They are then individually dissected and transplanted to the recipient area. In a span of ten to twelve months, there should be a noticeable progress in terms of the hair’s length, texture, and diameter.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) Beard
FUT, which stands for Follicular Unit Transplant, is a method of transplanting hair using hair follicle groups (up to four) instead of individual follicles. These follicular units contain hairs, oil glands, nerves, and even a small muscle. The FUT technique allows a surgeon to safely and efficiently transplant grafts into the patient in a short amount of time. Compared to other forms of hair transplant, FUT beard transplant minimizes the trauma to the patient’s jaw and face and maximizes the aesthetic implant.
Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) Eyebrow
For hair transplants in the eyebrow, a Follicular Unit Transplant comes highly recommended. In an FUT, follicular units (which have their own oil glands, nerves, and tissues) containing multiple hairs are lifted from the donor area and transplanted to the recipient site. These units can grow naturally to the recipient site while the donor site experiences only minimal trauma. The procedure is similar to other hair transplant procedures that result to beautiful and natural look. The results are also permanent. Eyebrow transplant FUT is typically sought for by patients who have lost their eyebrows due to certain diseases like alopecia, infections, or burns.