If you’ve experienced hair loss, you likely understand how challenging and emotional of an experience it can be. From trying to understand the root cause of your hair loss to researching treatment options and simply reckoning with the first signs of aging, it’s often a confusing and disheartening ordeal.
We launched Keeps four years ago with a mission to make hair loss a thing of the past by partnering with men to provide easier, more effective ways for them to keep their hair.
In our quest to provide the best possible treatment options, we’ve learned that every individual experiences hair loss differently. There is no one-size-fits-all fix to treating hair loss or kickstarting better hair growth. While many individuals have found success with personalized, at-home treatment plans to stop hair loss, some require a different level of care to achieve desired results. For individuals seeking a more permanent regrowth solution, restoration procedures may be the best option.
To provide better outcomes and deliver on our promise to make hair loss a thing of the past, we’re proud to have expanded our offering to include in-person hair restoration procedures. As Keeps evolves, our goal remains the same: to be the first and only partner a man needs to take control over his hair loss. These additional treatment options allow us to enable even more men to choose how they achieve their desired hair goals.
Located in New York City, Keeps Hair Restoration is the first in-person hair loss treatment option provided by Keeps. Led by Keeps Hair Restoration’s Medical Director, Dr. Farhan Contractor, this new facility provides the most advanced way to restore hair via Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) procedures.
This state-of-the-art hair restoration technique delivers natural-looking results by using existing hair follicles to restore hair growth on the scalp. Our expert medical team has successfully performed over 1,000 manual FUE procedures to date. Considered safe and relatively painless, this technique is generally regarded as one of the best, most effective hair restoration procedures.
After the procedure, your doctor will prescribe a personalized hair growth treatment plan—designed to maintain the results of the procedure over time. Our hybrid in-person and online healthcare model will allow hair restoration patients to receive continuous care from Keeps long after the date of their procedure.
Four years ago, part of the inspiration for Keeps was to provide a better way to treat hair loss than what was available elsewhere at the time. That same desire to create the best possible care option has served as a guiding principle for Keeps Hair Restoration.
Far too often, traditional hair restoration clinics fail to deliver a personalized, compassionate care experience. Many will rush patients through the consultation and decision process with vague promises and pricing models. These same clinics don’t adequately educate patients on what to expect from the procedure and leave them to navigate post-procedure care by themselves.
With Keeps Hair Restoration we’re determined to deliver a better, patient-centered approach to hair transplants starting with the first consultation. Those considering a restoration procedure work with a patient advisor to explore whether a procedure is their best available course of treatment. That same advocate supports the patient each step of the way if they choose to move forward with a procedure. Even post-procedure, the individual’s doctor and care team helps set up an action plan to ensure continued success and long-term results.
As with any elective procedure, moving forward with a hair restoration procedure is a major personal decision. We’re committed to empowering you to move forward with a decision that helps you feel confident and in control of your image.
Keeps Hair Restoration is accepting new patients. Book a free consultation today to discover if hair restoration is right for you.
The information provided in this article is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should not rely upon the content provided in this article for specific medical advice. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor.