Great Hair Transplant

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To request a free consultation online please complete the form below and one of our patient advisors will contact you directly.

Please upload photos of your hair loss. Front, top and back are best for evaluation. You will receive a response with Dr. Brett Bolton's evaluation within 24 hours. Please make sure to include you phone number for us to personally contact you. Thank you for inquiring and we look forward to helping you throughout this process.

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Dr. Brett Bolton
Great Hair Transplants, Hair Restoration Clinic Florida
2715 East Oakland park Boulevard
Suite #200
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33306

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What is an Infrared Coagulator?

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Spotlight on Equipment

There are several major components that make a hair transplant surgery successful. There are however, two key features used at Great Hair Transplants that are important to feature.

State-of-the-Art Microscopes

It's imperative that each graft is precisely cut to insure the health of the hairs and the success of the transplant. That's why our technicians use microscopes to prepare hair grafts for the restoration process. Each graft is carefully separated under strong magnification to insure that the hair follicle roots are not nipped or damaged in any way. Carefully separating the grafts also guarantee that there is the right amount of tissue surrounding each delicate hair follicle.

Infrared Coagulator Facilitates Better Cleaner Closure

Dr. Bolton uses a Redfield Infrared Coagulator which is a special cautery machine that uses infrared light technology to seal vessels and control bleeding without causing surrounding structural damage to the skin or follicles.

A regular cauterization machine alone can cause burning of the skin and destruction of the hair follicles which affects the overall outcome of the scar and transplant.

By choosing to use an infrared coagulator, Dr. Bolton ensures the very best closures for his patients by keeping the surrounding tissues and vessels in tact which makes a huge difference in the success of a better closure of the wound edges.