DFI: the Most Effective Hair Transplant Technique for Men

January 1, 2021

It is one of the things most men dread as they get older: male-pattern baldness, which typically makes an appearance around the age of 35 and gets worse over time. By age 50, a whopping 85 percent of men will have significantly thinning hair — which can wreak havoc on their self-confidence.

The good news is that with today’s technologies, men need not suffer from MPB. Eternal Hair and Esthetics is a world-class clinic specializing in hair restoration and aesthetic procedures for both men and women. We use a combination of innovative technology, medical experience, and cosmetic artistry, to restore your hair and give you a mane that you can be proud of. 

While there are a few hair transplant techniques, each with their own benefits and drawbacks, there’s one that’s used exclusively by Eternal Hair because it offers the most natural results and a 98% success rate: a procedure called DFI (Direct Follicle Implant). 

DFI implants hair follicles more strategically than other methods — using a specific angle, direction and depth on the affected area. With DFI, there’s no visual scarring due to the strict guidelines and safety protocols we utilize. 



The DFI Difference:

  • Hair follicles with a much higher density for a beautiful hairline
  • No cuts/no pain
  • 100% natural looking for life
  • Will not fall out
  • No scarring
  • Virtually no downtime from the procedure – you can return to your regular activities the next day

Call today for a free consultation!

At Eternal Hair and Esthetics, a great looking head of hair is our top priority. If you are tired of your Male Pattern Baldness, there is a solution! Call Eternal Hair and Esthetics today at 212-344-4247 to schedule your FREE consultation (offered in-person or virtually). Our experienced medical hair restoration team will carefully assess your case and determine next steps to get started on your hair transplant journey!  



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