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New York-based hair restoration company opens new office in New Jersey

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A New York-based entity operating multiple hair restoration surgery centers has expanded into a new office in Paramus, New Jersey.

MAXIM Hair Restoration, which specializes in hair loss treatment via hair transplants, can now provide a more convenient option for their Northern New Jersey clients.

Dr. Hardik Doshi is a highly renowned hair transplant surgeon at the MAXIM Hair Restoration office in Paramus. He is a dual Board Certified, Ivy League-educated and fellowship-trained facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializing in all aspects of surgical and non-surgical face and neck rejuvenation including hair transplants. 

“There is a strong demand for high quality, MEGA Session, affordable hair transplant procedures in Bergen County, Northern New Jersey, Central New Jersey and South Jersey. Our New Jersey clients don’t like going into Manhattan for their hair transplant surgery,” said Mac Fadra, CEO of MAXIM Hair Restoration. “They prefer to have it done in New Jersey. Hair Restoration is all we do and many of our doctors are general and plastic surgeons, not ordinary physicians. They perform the FUT (Follicular Unit Transplant) and FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplant procedures as well as non-surgical procedures such as PRP. MAXIM also offers non-surgical procedures such as Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) and Microneedling.” 

Baldness can be treated with a minor surgical procedure by transferring hair from the back and sides of one’s own head and relocating it to the areas that are thinning or balding. The treatment has been proven to be a safe, natural, and highly effective procedure that produces long-term results. The hair transplant surgery itself is performed under local anesthesia and takes only a few hours to complete. As a result, one can return to their day to day within a couple of days following the procedure. 

Hair transplant procedures have had more success in resolving the issue of hair loss than any other hair restoration methods such as artificial hair implants, hair pieces, wigs, toupees, shampoos, lotions, topical solutions, and other conventional options for the treatment of hair loss. Whereas Rogaine, Propecia, Biotin, laser hair therapy, and other OTC solutions may play a role in stemming hair loss, hair transplantation remains the only natural and permanent solution. 

The future of hair restoration has exponentially grown thanks to the advances in science and technology such as robotic hair restoration, stem cell therapy, exosomes for hair loss, follicular multiplication and other minimally invasive methods. These alternatives to balding have not only reduced the issue of hair loss, but have also created a platform for easier financial access including zero percent financing and convenience without jeopardizing the quality of the treatment’s results.

For more information about MAXIM and their procedures, visit www.maximhairrestoration.com.

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