Hair Restoration

A hair restoration in Nashville with Dr. Jack Fisher is a relatively simple outpatient procedure that replaces the balding area with real hair that continues to grow naturally. We know you may have concerns about the appearance of your transplant. Dr. Fisher has the skill and experience to ensure that your Nashville hair restoration results in a genuine head of hair that will continue to look natural and healthy in the long term.

To learn more about personalized hair restoration with Dr. Jack Fisher,request a consultation or call our office at (615) 329-4227.

A Unique Hair Restoration Experience

Dr. Fisher’s “megasessions” consist of 1 to 3 hairs in each graft with a typical total of 1,500 to 3,000 grafts in a single session. This results in an extremely natural look in a shorter amount of time. Dr. Fisher selects a donor site of healthy hair follicles, located in the back of the head, and then skillfully places them at a precise angle to duplicate your personal growth pattern.

World-renowned Dr. Fisher personally performs each and every procedure by hand. He places each graft himself, assuring you the best possible placement and look. In doing so, he creates a hairline that complements your facial features, age and lifestyle, re-creating a natural look that you can feel good about. You can treat your new hair just like the rest; it’s your own naturally growing hair, so you don’t have to worry about handling it with care.

For hair-restoration patients who are candidates for follicular unit extraction (FUE), Dr. Fisher offers the option of FUE with the innovative NeoGraft® system.

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What Causes Hair Loss?

You can thank your mom and dad. Hair loss occurs because of our genetic coding. Like our eye color, hair is an inherited trait. It comes from both the mother’s and father’s genes (not just from the mother’s side of the family, as previously thought). Genes responsible for hair loss make follicles vulnerable to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT). At a certain point in our lives, the follicles fail to grow normal hair thickness, resulting in thin strands of hair that give the effect of overall thinning hair. Later, the follicles cease producing any hair at all, leading to baldness. Your hair care methods do not cause hair loss, and products marketed as baldness cures have a limited ability to replace your balding spots with new hair. And when you stop using them, the results stop, too.

Fortunately, hair transplantation can replace your hair with satisfying results. It is the only proven method that gives you working hair follicles, allowing you to enjoy your new hair with confidence.