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Hair Transplant Solutions

ARTAS Robotic FUE

We have chosen the ARTAS robotic FUE system over all other FUE devices. Precision in surgery is important. In the hands of our physicians, we believe the ARTAS system is faster, more accurate,  thus making it the best FUE solution available today.

Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™

Traditional procedures can’t compare to We Grow Hair Indy’s trademarked Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™ procedure. This procedure is the best choice for patients who need the most hair possible in a single procedure. It can deliver up to 3x more hair, in a single procedure, compared to other options.

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Up to 3x the amount of hair

Clients travel from all over because of the density and natural results we’re able to achieve with the Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™ hair transplant. With this procedure, we’re able to transplant up to 3x the amount of hair in a single session at a lower cost compared to major competitors. Many patients go through two or often three procedures, using the common micro and follicular unit grafting technique. At We Grow Hair Indy, 80% of clients are satisfied after just one procedure. This is not a “cookie-cutter” transplant – instead, it allows us to individualize each procedure to the client’s area of concern and hair type. Best of all, the results are guaranteed.

Up to 3x the amount of hair

Pete Prowant

Class 4
Multi Unit Hair Grafting™
1 Procedure

Real Results From Real Clients.

Joe Bergen

Class 5
Multi Unit Hair Grafting™
1 Procedure

Rick DeMulling – VIP

Class 5
Multi Unit Hair Grafting™
1 Procedure

Dwight Witten – VIP

Class 4
Multi Unit Hair Grafting™
1 Procedure

Justin Angle

Class 5
Multi Unit Hair Grafting™
1 Procedure

The We Grow Hair Indy Hair Transplant "Gold Standard"

Our “Gold Standard” sets the benchmark for excellence in hair restoration. With our meticulous attention to detail, advanced techniques, and personalized approach, we deliver exceptional results that exceed expectations. Trust the gold standard in hair transplantation for your transformative journey.

Hair Transplant FAQs

Click through our Frequently Asked Questions to see if you’re a good candidate for a hair transplant, and what hair transplant solution might be best for you!

Most people suffering from androgenetic alopecia or other common hair loss types are candidates for hair transplantation with We Grow Hair Indy.

Hair loss candidacy essentially depends on three key elements:

  1. How much permanent hair you still have.
  2. The degree or severity of baldness or thinning you are experiencing relative to the amount of hair you still have.
  3. Your overall hair restoration goals and expectations – We place a high level of emphasis on a patient’s expectations, and an honest conversation regarding potential hair loss in the future and what you want to achieve long term with your hair transplant procedure is crucial.

One graft does not equal one hair. Our hair restoration physicians will harvest hair grafts from 1-7 hairs, depending on the area experiencing hair loss. For example, 1,200 grafts would equal an average of 5,000 to 7,000 hairs. This range of evenly distributed hair grafts will produce a natural hairline with the ideal density and coverage.

One of the many benefits of our Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™ procedure is that we reduce the number of procedures by moving more hair in each procedure. Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™ allows up to twice the normal hair volume compared to traditional Follicular Unit hair transplants. So you’re provided a much better value to meet your hair restoration goals, often in only 1 or 2 procedures.

We highly recommend a hair loss prevention program for all of our patients at We Grow Hair Indy. Our physicians recommend treating hair loss with a global approach, putting back what you’ve lost while maintaining the hair that you have.

A commonly-debated subject among hair restoration surgeons, the ideal age range for hair transplantation isn’t as cut-and-dry as you might think. Research has shown transplanting in the early stages of hair loss could provide for easier concealment of hair loss, which would allow the patient to limit the appearance of thinning before it becomes noticeable.

At We Grow Hair Indy, we always recommend a private consultation for all of our prospective hair transplant patients, particularly patients under the age of 24. For patients that are a minor, we require the parent or guardian to be present during all consultations.

A hair graft can contain anywhere from 1 to 10 hairs, generally speaking. A large number hair restoration clinics charge for hair transplants by the graft. The problem with this approach?

Because the number of grafts is unique to each and every patient and every procedure, predicting a consistent range in order to provide accurate pricing is quite difficult, making it a bit of a mystery in many cases as to how much the final cost of your hair transplant will actually be.

The PAI Medical Levels we use at We Grow Hair Indy measure number of hairs, not hair grafts, and the general area to be covered in the procedure, which reduces confusion for the patient and allows us to offer more affordable transplant options.

Generally, hair growth occurs within 3-5 months after the hair transplant procedure. The number of new hairs will continue to increase for 12 months.

We recommend that activity in general is restricted during the first 24 hours after the procedure, as well as limiting physically demanding activities within the first 10 days, or until your sutures are removed.

You can return to work within a day or two following your procedure depending on the level of strain your occupation requires, in addition to your overall comfort level following the procedure.

My Hair Transplant With We Grow Hair Indy

Watch We Grow Hair Indy patient Joe Bergen discuss his hair transplant and experience.

Joe Bergen Multi-Unit Hair Grafting™ 12 Month Journey

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You and the We Grow Hair Indy staff will privately discuss your hair loss and ongoing concerns, as well as undergo a thorough examination to evaluate your overall candidacy for hair restoration.