The fee for this physician evaluation is $185.
The doctor will perform a focused diagnostic evaluation of your hair loss and will recommend medical therapy and/or surgical hair restoration. The evaluation will include an assessment of density and miniaturization using video densitometry, an explanation of your Norwood Class (in men) or Ludwig Class (in women) and the various therapeutic options available to you. When appropriate, lab tests and/or biopsies will be performed.
If a biopsy or injections are needed, there will be an additional cost. Payment is expected at the time of your visit. If lab tests are performed, you will receive a separate bill from the lab. We do not accept medical insurance; however, our staff will provide you with a form that you can submit to your insurance carrier.
Comprehensive Hair Loss Evaluation
The cost for this evaluation with Dr. Wolfeld is $350 and with Dr. Bernstein is $550.
The doctor performs a complete diagnostic evaluation for patients with diffuse hair loss or generalized thinning (a condition most often seen in women) or hair loss of unknown cause. This comprehensive diagnostic evaluation may include a detailed history, video densitometry for hair miniaturization, microscopic hair analysis, a discussion of telogen/anagen ratios, lab tests (blood count, iron levels, ferritin, thyroid functions, testosterone levels, serum chemistries, DHEA-sulfate, prolactin) and a scalp biopsy when appropriate.
Payment is expected at the time of your visit. You will receive a separate bill for lab tests that will be sent to you directly from the lab. We do not accept medical insurance; however, our staff will provide you with a form that you can submit to your insurance carrier. If a biopsy or injections are needed, there will be an additional charge.
The price for an eyelash/eyebrow transplant consultation is $185.
The doctor performs evaluations for patients regarding thinning eyebrows or eyelashes. The evaluation includes an assessment and evaluation of candidacy for surgical eyebrow restoration (including assessment of the stability of the donor area), as well as non-surgical treatments such as Latisse (bimatoprost ophthalmic solution).
The cost of a hair transplant depends on the number of grafts you need to be transplanted. This applies to Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), Robotic Follicular Unit Extraction (Robotic FUE) and graft excision repairs. The specific numbers will be determined during your consultation for patterned hair loss. To get a general sense of the number of grafts that you might need, go to the graft numbers page.
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For surgical procedures, Prosper Healthcare Lending and CareCredit flexible payment arrangements are available.
By: Dr. Robert M. Bernstein
Updated: 2017-03-22 | Published: 2010-03-10