Hair Transplant Procedures
Metropolitan MD and Dr. John Rachel offer a broad range of surgical and non-surgical hair loss solutions for both men and women including hair transplants as well scalp micropigmentation.
Conveniently located in Glenview, IL, and downtown Chicago, our Board Certified surgeon Dr. Rachel offers the following procedures:
- Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT), also known as the Strip Hair Transplant Procedure
- Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), the No Stitch-No Linear Scar Hair Transplant
- Scalp Micropigmentation, a non-surgical solution
- Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP), a non-surgical treatment
- Combination of the above surgical and non-surgical solutions.
At Metropolitan MD, hair transplant procedures are performed by Dr. Rachel supported by a team of allied medical professionals and hair transplant technicians.
Our hair transplant team specializes in performing MEGA Sessions up to 4,000 grafts. This gives you an excellent result in just one session and greater density.
We can combine surgical and non-surgical treatments to give you greater density and enhanced results.
Each patient is offered a customized solution that is tailored to your hair line, degree of hair loss, and expectations.
We also treat female hair loss using hair transplants as well as non-surgical treatments such as PRP.
Our hair transplant prices are very affordable and the results are natural since they use your own hair.
We accept credit cards and offer third-party patient financing including Care Credit.
The procedures are performed at our surgical facility in Glenview, IL, and consultations are available with Dr. Rachel in both Glenview as well as at our downtown Chicago offices.
We serve patients from all over Illinois; Indianapolis, Indiana; Iowa; Madison, Wisconsin; Minneapolis, Minnesota; St. Louis, Missouri; Detroit, Michigan; and surrounding markets in the Mid-western region.
The next step towards a fuller head of hair is to schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Rachel at our Glenview or downtown Chicago offices.