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Neograft - FUE Hair Transplant

NeoGraft is a semi-automated hair transplant system which facilitates the harvesting of follicles.


FUE Hair Transplants Adelaide

Neograft, The Hair Transplant Solution You Have Been Waiting For.........

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If so, then you are NOT alone.

Whether your hair is thinning, receding, or just disappearing, hair loss is common among women during and after pregnancy or as they enter menopause. It’s more than just a cosmetic issue—it can also significantly impact your self- esteem, confidence, personal relationships, and even professional development. It’s estimated that women account for nearly half of all hair loss cases, and many of them struggle even more with the emotional and psychological repercussions.

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Superior, Natural Looking Results

Hair follicles will be implanted strand by strand to achieve natural looking results.  We always aim to achieve a natural looking hair design which is age appropriate.

Faster Hair Transplant Treatment

By using the Neograft hair transplant system, follicle extraction is significantly faster.  This means a quicker treatment for you.  The less time the hair follicles are out of the body, the less trauma they suffer and the greater their survival rate.

Minimal Scarring

Neograft FUE hair transplant uses a 0.8mm punch to harvest the hair follicles from the back of the scalp. This results in minimal scarring. You will be able to wear your hair short without any visible scarring.

No Sutures and No Linear Scar

Unlike FUT hair transplants, Neograft FUE hair transplant will not give you a linear scar at the back of your head.

Minimal Downtime.

Patients of our hair transplant treatment experience very minimal downtime and can return to work and their usual activities within three days, making this a discrete treatment.

NeoGraft hair transplant before and after 06Male patient before and after hair transplant 07, ACM Clinic AdelaidePatient 08 before and after FUE hair transplant (NeoGraft), ACM Adelaide


What is Neograft hair transplant?

NeoGraft®, uses minimally invasive Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and hair implantation technology.  Each hair follicle is extracted and implanted strand by strand. A specialised hand-piece is used to harvest individual hair follicles from areas that consist of terminal hair. The hair is harvested from the back of the head because this hair is resistant to hairloss. The Neograft operator then implants those grafts where you’re losing hair and where they will regrow as healthy, fully functioning hair. This FUE hair restoration procedure does not leave a linear scar, is more comfortable, and requires much less recovery time. NeoGraft® works for all hair types, males and females alike, and gives natural-looking results that patients love.

Why choose Neograft?

NeoGraft has become of the most popular and trusted names in hair transplantation globally. It uses an innovative pneumatic technology to assist the surgeon in both the extraction and the implantation of the hair follicles.  This technology assists in improving both the accuracy and speed of the treatment.  The result of this efficiency is an improved  outcome for the client, with a greater survival rate for grafts, a faster treatment time and a faster recovery.

Neograft is suitable for both men and women. It is a minimally invasive hair replacement method that yields natural looking results and no visible scarring.  Hair transplant should only be considered only after other hair loss options have been explored.

F.U.E vs F.U.T

FUT (or follicular unit transplantation) is the traditional method of hair transplantation. A strip of hair is harvested from the back of the head which is then cut into small grafts that can be planted in the recipient area.  Unfortunately this method results in a linear scar where the skin is sutured together.

FUE (or follicular unit extraction) on the other hand, harvests hair from the back of the scalp in units of one to four hairs.  This technique leaves very tiny, barely visible scars in the back of the head which will not be seen once the hair regrows.

Who is a good candidate for Neograft hair transplant in Adelaide?

All candidates for Neograft hair transplant will first have a consultation with Dr Targett to assess their suitability for Neograft hair transplant.  Generally candidates should meet the following criteria;

  1. Realistic expectations; It is important for clients to realise that they only have a limited number of donor grafts that can be taken from the back of the scalp.  If a person has extensive baldness in the front and on the top of the head, it will not be possible to restore the density of the hair back to what it was in your early 20's.  You should also plan on a hairline design that will be age appropriate.  A hairline that is too low will never look natural on an older person.
  2. No serious medical conditions; Neograft hair transplant is a day procedure and is considered to be minimally invasive. It is important that you do not have any medical conditions that may interfere with the hair transplant healing process. Patients with high blood pressure or on anticoagulant medication would not be deemed suitable.
  3. You should have only moderate hair loss; Patients with only moderate hair loss will achieve the best and most natural looking results.  As you age it is likely that you will continue to lose hair from the frontal and crown region. It is important to reserve some donor hair for future hair restoration. ( The hair that is transplanted is considered to be permanent)
  4. You should be on Hair Loss medication to slow down Hair loss; You should aim to maintain your existing hair for as long as possible.  Ideally patients should be taking Finasteride and Minoxidil to stabilise their hair loss.  If you do not stabilise your hair loss you will continue to lose hair from regions surrounding the hair transplant which will result in a patchy and un-natural appearance.
  5. You must be willing to comply with the post procedure care instructions; Hair transplant does not come cheaply. After your hair transplant the grafted hair follicles will be very fragile, so it important to take care not to disrupt them. You must follow all post procedure care instructions.
  6. You must have adequate donar hair; The density of donor hair on the back of your scalp must be sufficient.  If you do not have enough density in the donor region, this region will end up looking thin and "moth eaten", if too much hair is harvested.

How are hair transplants performed using Neograft?

Neograft hair transplant is a day procedure.  Depending on the number of hair grafts required, the procedure may take up to eight hours to perform.  The Neograft machine does increase the speed and efficiency of the technician, which does help to reduce the length of the procedure and the survival rate of the grafts.

Hair transplant can basically be broken down into two steps;

  1. Extraction of the donor follicles; The first step of a Neograft hair transplant involves harvesting the donor follicles from the back of the scalp.  Each hair follicle will consist of either, 1,2,3 or 4 hair strands.  Compared to other FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) techniques, Neograft has the advantage that surgeons can extract the hair much more efficiently and accurately.
  2. Placing the hair follicles in the recipient site; The art of hair transplant lies in this step. Each graft is sorted according to the number of hairs in each graft.  The grafts must be placed in a manner that will yield a natural looking result.  Attention must be focussed on the depth of implantation as well as the direction of graft implantation.  For natural looking results, single hairs are placed in the front row of your hair line and multiple hair grafts will be placed to achieve the illusion of hair density.

Please see our blog for more information on the Neograft FUE Hair transplant process 

Why is his hair taken from the back of the head?

The main reason hair is taken from the back of the head is because hair in this region is immune to androgenic alopecia.  This means that you will not lose hair on the back of your head due to male pattern baldness. For some reason this hair is genetically programmed to be permanent which means that when it is transplanted to the front or top of the scalp it will continue to remain permanently.

What Happens after A Hair Transplant?

Your scalp may be sore immediately after treatment, swelling, and some discomfort. You will not be able to touch your hair with either your hands or a comb. You will need to follow your personal aftercare instructions post-treatment, including:


  • Take all prescribed medications, such as pain medication, antibiotics, and anti-inflammatory medication.
  • Avoid strenuous exercise for one to two weeks.
  • Light exercise can be conducted after two days.
  • Avoid alcohol consumption for one week.
  • Take sufficient time off work – roughly one to five days, depending on your healing.
  • Avoid shampooing, brushing and hair care for ten days post-treatment.
  • Wait two weeks before getting a haircut.
  • Wait four weeks before dying your hair.


These aftercare instructions will ensure minimal swelling and discomfort, helping to prevent infection and give your transplanted hair follicles the best chance to grow into healthy, luscious hair. Your post-treatment aftercare is also designed to avoid the possibility of risks or complications occurring.

After 2 to 3 weeks patients will notice that the newly transplanted hair falls out.  This may be a frightening experience, but rest assured this is quite normal as the hair follicle is entering a resting phase.  This resting phase will continue for some time.  After three to four months new hair will begin to emerge and continue to increase in time. Consider having a Factor 4 hair loss treatment to stimulate your new follicles to cycle into the active growth phase.  Full results of the Neograft hair transplant will only be seen 12-18 months after the procedure.

What are the complications associated with a hair transplant?

Whether cosmetic or medical, any procedure has associated risks and complications that can potentially occur. We always strive to ensure patients are fully aware of these risks before choosing their treatment. Potential risks and complications associated with a hair transplant include:

  • Swelling
  • Bleeding
  • Infection
  • Overharvesting
  • Pain or discomfort
  • Ingrown hairs
  • Scalp numbness
  • Inflamed hair follicles


Other complications such as the appearance of tiny scars where hair follicles have been removed can occur but are generally not noticeable unless patients shave their heads or wear their hair very short. Some individuals may experience shock hair loss, also referred to as post-operative effluvium, days or weeks after treatment. This is usually a temporary loss of the implanted hair, which will grow back in three to four months.

Are there any other options?

Hair transplant may not be suitable for everyone, especially if you are not a suitable candidate for hair transplant.  Other people may not wish make such a large investment in hair transplant or take medication to help maintain their existing hair for longer.

The good news is, there is another option, which is like a tattoo of a buzz cut.  This option is most suited to those that wish to have a buzz cut style of haircut. When done by a qualified professional it can look very realistic and blends in well with your existing hair.

What to Expect


Step 1

The doctor will anaesthetise the donor area at the back of your head. After this you should not feel any pain during the harvesting process.


Step 2

Each of the marked squares is tumesced before harvesting. The tumescent has a number of benefits from adding anaesthetic, helping to prevent bleeding, increasing the firmness of the skin and helps to release the hair follicle during harvesting.


Step 3

Next the hair follicle length is measured from the bulb to the skin level. A guard is placed over the punch to limit the depth of each punch incision to the correct level.


Step 4

Each individual marked square is then harvested using the Neograft contra-angle handpiece. Hair will be harvested uniformly over the donar site area. Only a small amount of hair is extracted compared to the amount present, so you should not notice any loss of hair from the donor site.  After each follicle has been harvested it is "sucked" pneumatically up a tube and into a holding canister.


Step 5

After one hundred hair follicles are extracted from the donar site, the holding canister is emptied. The sorting team will then count and sort the follicle according to the number of hairs in each follicular unit. Other, 1,2,3 or 4 hair follicular units.

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Step 6

After the required number of follicles have been harvested from the donar area, these follicles can then be implanted into the recipient area of hair loss.  The thinning or bald area of the head will be marked out to indicate where the new hair grafts should be placed.


Step 7

Next the recipient site area is anaesthetised by the doctor. Again you should feel no pain during the implantation phase of the transplant after this step.


Step 8

Next the doctor will create recipient sites for the new hair follicles.  This step requires a great deal of skill.  The doctor must make the incision at the correct depth to avoid the deep vasculature.  From an aesthetic point of the view the incisions must also be made at the correct angle to allow the newly transplanted hair to blend in naturally with the existing hair.


Step 9

Tumescent will be added to the recipient area which will assist in limiting the amount of bleeding.  Each individual graft will then be transplanted into the new recipient site created by the doctor.  A plug of blood will acts as the "glue" to hold the new hair follicle in place.  The newly implanted grafts are quite delicate and you will need to be very careful not to dislodge them in the coming days. After one week the implants should be firmly implanted and you can resume normal activity.


Bronze Package

Hair transplant cost Adelaide.

500-1000 grafts

$12 per graft


1001-1750 grafts

$10 per graft

Gold Package

1750-2000 grafts

$8 per graft

Eyebrow Transplant

Eyebrow transplant cost Adelaide




Among her qualifications are; 20 years of experience as a Medical Practitioner (including some years as Deputy Chief Medical Officer in the United Nations), a Diploma in Dermatoscopy, a Diploma in Aesthetic Medicine with the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine, and more.

Dr Rahma Targett is the Face, Personality and Driving Force behind Advanced Cosmetic Medicine. Her face is seen on all our website pages because she depicts the style, grace and personable image which represents Advanced Cosmetic Medicine.


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Patient 08 before and after FUE hair transplant (NeoGraft), ACM Adelaide
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Hair transplant patient before and after procedure 16, ACM Clinic Adelaide
Female Hair Transplant with NeoGraft FUE technology, ACM Clinic
FUE hair transplant before and after 14, male patient, ACM Dr Targett
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Female hair transplant wit NeoGraft (FUE technique), before and afters 13
Male patient before and after hair transplant 07, ACM Clinic Adelaide


NeoGraft Guide

NeoGraft is a semi-automated hair transplant system which facilitates the harvesting of follicles during a follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant.

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Why are stimulation and blocking therapies recommended when having a hair transplant?

A hair transplant is a considerable investment. You will want to keep your hair looking good for a long time to come.  Apart from this your donar hair is a finite resource.  If you continue to lose hair from behind your existing hair transplant, it will look unnatural.  You will then be required to undergo another hair transplant procedure, thus using up more of your available donar hair.

Medical treatments for hair loss include the stimulating and blocking treatments. Stimulating treatments encourage all hairs to be in the active growing phase, hence the hair will look thicker. Blocker therapies work by blocking the enzyme 5 alpha reductase which coverts testosterone into di hydro testosterone - DHT. It is the DHT which causes hair loss in those that have the hair loss gene.

Minoxidil is a common medical treatment to stimulate your miniaturised hair to become thicker.  It is best applied as a topical foam on the scalp area needing treatment.

Finasteride is the blocking treatment to reduce DHT levels in the blood stream and thus help prevent more hair loss.

What is Neograft FUE hair transplant?

Neograft FUE hair transplant is a minimally invasive hair restoration procedure that uses automated technology to extract individual hair follicles from the donor area and implant them into the balding or thinning area of the scalp.

How does Neograft FUE hair transplant differ from traditional hair transplant methods?

Unlike traditional hair transplant methods, Neograft FUE hair transplant uses a handheld device to extract individual hair follicles, rather than removing a strip of scalp tissue. This results in less scarring and a faster recovery time.

How long does the procedure take?

The length of the procedure depends on the number of hair follicles being transplanted. Generally, a Neograft FUE hair transplant can take anywhere from several hours to a full day.

Is the procedure painful?

Most patients report minimal pain or discomfort during the procedure. Local anesthesia is used to numb the scalp, and patients are given medication to manage any post-operative pain.

What is the recovery time?

The recovery time for Neograft FUE hair transplant is typically shorter than traditional hair transplant methods, with most patients able to resume normal activities within a few days. However, it can take several weeks for the transplanted hair follicles to fully heal and grow.

Are there any risks or side effects?

As with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks and side effects, including infection, bleeding, and scarring. However, these risks are generally low with Neograft FUE hair transplant when performed by a qualified and experienced surgeon.

How much does a Neograft FUE hair transplant cost?

The cost of a Neograft FUE hair transplant varies depending on the number of hair follicles being transplanted and other factors. It is important to consult with a qualified hair restoration surgeon to determine the cost and whether it is the right option for you.

How long will it take to see results?

It can take several months for the transplanted hair follicles to begin growing, and up to a year for the full results to be visible. However, most patients see significant improvement within six months.

How many grafts can be transplanted in a single session?

The number of grafts that can be transplanted in a single session varies depending on the patient's individual needs and the surgeon's assessment. Typically, anywhere from 500 to 3,000 grafts can be transplanted in a single session.

Can Neograft FUE hair transplant be used for eyebrow or beard restoration?

Yes, Neograft FUE hair transplant can be used to restore hair in other areas of the body, including the eyebrows and beard.

Is there any special care required after the procedure?

Patients will be provided with specific aftercare instructions to follow, including how to care for the transplanted area and when to resume normal activities.

Will my hair transplant look natural?

Neograft hair transplant uses a FUE technique. This means that hairs are transplanted stand by stand.  The surgeon will attempt to mimic the density and direction of growth of the surrounding hair so the results should look very natural.

How long do the results last?

The results of Neograft FUE hair transplant can be long-lasting, as the transplanted hair follicles are typically resistant to hair loss. However, additional sessions may be required in the future to maintain the desired level of hair density.

Who might benefit from a hair transplant?

Receiving a hair transplant can improve your appearance and self-confidence. Good candidates for a hair transplant include:

  • men with male pattern baldness
  • women with thinning hair
  • anyone who has lost some hair from a burn or scalp injury

Hair replacement is NOT a good option for:

  • women with a widespread pattern of hair loss throughout the scalp
  • people who don’t have enough “donor” hair sites from which to remove hair for transplant
  • people who form keloid scars (thick, fibrous scars) after injury or surgery
  • people whose hair loss is due to medication such as chemotherapy