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Permanent, Natural-Looking Results

Our simple and effective hair transplant procedure involves transferring your own hair from the back of the scalp to areas experiencing hair loss. The result?Permanent, natural-looking hair that you can style, wash, and cut as you wish.Don't wait any longer to embark on this empowering journey.

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Why Choose a Hair Transplant at Smartgraft Houston?

Minimally Invasive

Experience virtually no interruption to your lifestyle.

More Transplant Options

Resolve permanent hair loss in various areas, including body and facial hair, as well as eyebrows.

Expert Harvesting

Spend less time in the doctor’s chair and be in and out in a single day.

Natural Results

Witness natural and complete hair growth within a period ranging from 9 months to a year.

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Hair Transplantation Techniques: Follicular Unit Excision (FUE)

SmartGraf tutilizes FUE (follicular unit extraction) technology, providing a straightforward solution for hair loss in both men and women. Developed by a leading team of physicians, medical scientists, and engineers, the SmartGraft system offers an alternative to the visible linear scarring associated with traditional strip methods. With SmartGraft, you will benefit from a quicker healing process and the absence of a linear scar.

Understanding Men’s Hair Loss:

Explore male pattern hair loss symptoms, causes, and alternative solutions. Scientifically known as androgenetic alopecia, men's hair loss stems from various factors. Here are some common reasons:

Genetics (Hereditary Factors)

A predisposition to male-pattern baldness is often inherited, especially if there's a family history of baldness.

Hormonal Changes

Fluctuations in hormonal levels, particularly an increase in dihydrotestosterone (DHT), can lead to hair follicle miniaturization and subsequent hair loss.


Aging influences hair loss, as follicles become more sensitive to hormonal changes, resulting in gradual thinning and loss.


Chronic stress disrupts the hair growth cycle, leading to shedding and potentially contributing to hair loss. High-stress levels may exacerbate conditions like alopecia areata.

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Types Of Hair Loss in Men

Hair loss in men can be attributed to various factors, and there are different types of hair loss conditions. Here are some common types:

AndrogeneticAlopecia (Male Pattern Baldness)

This is the mos tcommon type of hair loss in men. It is influenced by genetic and hormonal factors. Hair loss typically begins at the temples and crown of the head. The hairline recedes, forming an "M" shape.

Alopecia Areata

This is an auto immune condition where the immune system mistakenly attacks hair follicles. It can result in smooth, round patches of hair loss on the scalp or other areas of the body.

Telogen Effluvium

A ondition where more hair than usual enters the resting phase (telogen) and falls out. It is often triggered by stress, illness, surgery, or hormonal changes.

Traction Alopecia

Caused by excessive pulling or tension on the hair shafts. Commonly seen in individuals who frequently wear tight hairstyles like braids, ponytails, or cornrows.

Scarring Alopecia (Cicatricial Alopecia)

Hair loss accompanied by scarring of the scalp. Inflammation and destruction of hair follicles lead to irreversible hair loss.

Anagen Effluvium

Rapidloss of hair during the growth phase (anagen) of the hair cycle. Often associated with chemotherapy or radiation therapy.


A psychological disorder where individuals have an irresistible urge to pull out their hair, leading to hair loss.

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