There are several components that factor into the overall cost of hair replacement and hair loss treatment procedures. For starters, you should consider whether the facility is small and privately owned or is part of a large, well known change or franchise of hair loss treatment centers. Larger facilities have to maintain their overhead, so in general the costs for upkeep are passed on to the client. You should also consider the cost of the procedure in comparison to the long term benefits. Some of the least expensive treatments available have the potential to be less lasting than alternative methods, which are unfortunately more costly.
You should also consider the number of treatments needed in your particular treatment. It may be possible pick a more expensive method with fewer treatments, as opposed to a therapy that costs less initially, but requires more appointments in order to achieve the desired effect. Another important point to consider is the sheer unpredictability or any treatment. It is entirely possible that you and your doctor maybe confident in a particular method – one that will bring about the best changes in the least amount of time – but during the treatment span things may not go according to plan.
Irregardless of expense, or the popularity of a certain treatment’s success, there is always a chance that you may have to increase the number of treatments or attempt an entirely different approach. And of course, the overall cost of any treatment is going to be dependant upon your particular condition and situation. Cases in need of more time, attention, and skill on the physician’s part are going to more involved and require more appointments. A hidden cost of hair loss treatment is travel. You will certainly have better chances of success in your treatment’s outcome at centers that are located in large cities and metropolitan areas. Getting to and from a hair loss treatment center or specialist’s office can not only be time consuming, but can become costly – especially if your treatment plan includes a number of scheduled appointments.
At the more serious and potentially longer lasting end of the treatment spectrum, hair transplants are usually within the $2,500 to $9,000 range; whereas the cost for a hair grafts lies with in the typical range of $5,000 to $6,000 but can cost an upwards of $8,000 to $10,000. At first glance, these figures can be a bit of a shock, but you have to take into consideration the possible annual expense of other less evasive treatments such as over the counter topical treatments, hair pieces, and weaving techniques that can cost an upwards of $10,000 and are not as well known for producing long lasting, desirable or natural effects. On average a graft will cost between $5 and $6, but can cost up to $8 or more per graft, and a single grafting session can require hundreds of grafts. It is becoming nearly customary for a clinic to offer discounted pricing on hair grafts once the number of grafts completed reaches 1,000 to 2,000 depending on the center.
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