What’s Your Growth Potential?
Join Us June 15 to Discover the Possibilities
On June 15, we’re hosting a Hair Transplant Consultation Event where you can discover options for your situation and get special pricing.
Here’s an Opportunity for New Growth
Do you find yourself looking at old photos and wishing you had the hair or hairline you used to have?
Do you part your hair differently or wear a cap to disguise crown thinning?
Hair loss is a sensitive issue in both men and women. And the sad part is by the time you notice it, you’ve lost a significant amount of density. But new growth is possible through hair transplantation. Come learn about the two different hair transplant methods Dr. Timothy Jochen performs – NeoGraft and FUT grafting – and how these confidence-boosting procedures can improve your hair line or fill in balding spots.
We have designated Thursday, June 15 as Hair Transplant Consultation Day and invite you to come ask your questions and get an estimate on how many grafts you will need to achieve the results you would like. We’re also offering special pricing on hair transplants if you schedule at this event.
Fill in a Receding Hairline
Dr. Jochen expertly designs new hairlines to recreate a hairline where the boundary has been lost due to recession. He takes even tiny details into account like sentinel wispy hairs for the most natural look possible.
Click here to see more before and after photos of hair transplant results.
Don’t Miss This Opportunity
Take advantage of this special day – June 15 – to get your personal questions answered and enjoy the reward of special pricing.
Text (760) 423-4000 or click the button below
Perform two different types of hair transplants – follicular unit transplantation (FUT), also known as strip grafting and follicular unit extraction (FUE)
The good news is that new surgical techniques enable many women who are losing their hair to enjoy a completely natural-looking restoration.
Ingrown hairs are caused by several factors. In women, they are most common on legs, pubic area & under the arms. In men, most common on chin, cheeks and neck.
Folliculitis Barbae, most commonly known as razor bumps, is a condition that consists of irritated red bumps around the hair follicles, mainly in beard area.