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Every hair loss alternative has its disadvantages. Permagraft was created to overcome the limitations inherent in current non-surgical hair restoration offerings.

Permagraft's superiority begins with a design that allows the scalp to always be visible through the hair. Implantation techniques that make each individual hair appear as though it's rooted in the scalp contribute to the illusion of growing hair.

So does the hair's vertical bias, which in turn allows each individual hair shaft to turn and bounce more naturally.  And finally, there's the quality of the hair itself: soft, malleable, and resilient. All of these factors enable the new Permagraft hair to blend in perfectly with the man's own growing hair. Because for all practical purposes, Permagraft hair is the same as growing hair. Which means that Permagraft isn't a hair replacement, but a hair restorative. And you just can't do better than that.


The same properties evident in natural growing hair are also found in Permagraft:
  • A naturally countoured hairline that begins with irregularly spaced hair increasing in density as the hairline progresses.


  • Visible scalp beneath the hair, from the hairline through the crown.


  • A flow and bounce to the hair that allows it to lie naturally even when it's a mess.


  • The capability of the hair to turn and toss in wind, rain, and water.


  • Multiple directional movement of the hair for unlimited styling options.

Real hair doesn't grow flat; it grows up. So does Permagraft.

Permagraft's utterly natural appearance begins with 100% human hair. But what truly sets Permagraft apart is how the hair is implanted. The special technique utilized, allows the shaft to emanate from the dermal membrane on a vertical bias. Which gives it the natural movement and bounce found in naturally growing hair.

Less density, more natural apperance.

Too much hair can detract from the naturalness of any replacement or restoration method. By replicating the growth and density of natural hair, Permagraft allows for "breathing room" between the individual hairs. So each individual hair can fall naturally under its own weight, exactly as you find with naturally occurring hair.

Styling possibilites as unlimited as the stylist's artistry.

Because Permagraft features hair implanted on a vertical bias, true multi-directional hair movement is achieved. The hair can be brushed straight back to reveal the natural hairline, combed forward for a more youthful look, parted on the side, and even cut to 1/2" lengths. The manner in which the hair lies naturally, no matter how it's combed or tossed, makes Permagraft a stylist's and hair loss sufferer's dream.

The proof is in the performance.

Any type of hair restoration can look good when the client has just left the styling chair.  But in the real world, filled with wind and rain and sweat and surf, the true test comes.  Ane Permagraft passes the test effortlessly, naturally, no matter how harsh the external envirornment.  Again, it's Permagraft's special implantation technique that allows the hair to move naturally, even when wet or just tousled with a towel.

Ask the man who's had Permagraft; if you can find him.

Thousand of men who were once losing their hair now look like themselves again, thanks to Permagraft.  Most, if not every one of them, would say that Permagraft has changed their idea of what hair restoration can be.  But of course, you'd fave to find a Permagraft client to ask him.  A tast far easier said than done, considering that a man who's had Permagraft looks no different than any other man who's never lost his hair.

The pictures are worth several thousand words.

All the men you see on this page aren't models at all.  They're real men with a hair loss problem who've had the Permagraft procedure.  There's no retouching, no faking, no magic involved other than a good haircut and a well-applied comb.  

The harder you look, the more you'll agree: Permagraft is as natural as growing hair could ever be.

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