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Pricing - The Hair Transplant Center
at Pacific Plastic Surgery Group

Options Tailored to You

Our services are tailored around the needs of the individual patient, meaning pricing will vary according to your personal treatment plan. For example, hair transplant procedures using Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) represent a lasting investment, with the benefit of results that endure without constant upkeep. PRP injections may be performed as an individual therapy or as a preparatory step before a hair transplant to improve the effectiveness of the procedure. At your consultation, we spend time discussing your specific goals and helping you understand the entire range of options available to you.

We prioritize a transparent process and will provide you with a personalized cost estimate for any treatments you are considering. We can also help to identify financing options for qualified patients. If you are ready to learn whether these revolutionary techniques are a good fit for your goals and lifestyle, schedule your consultation at The Hair Transplant Center of PPSG in San Francisco to learn about our procedures and pricing today.

Pricing Information

Hair Transplant procedures can start at $16,000. The total cost will depend on the extent of your treatment as specified in your treatment plan. Many of our PRP treatments are roughly $1000 per treatment, and we offer packages to allow patients to pre-purchase multiple treatments. Many of our out-of-pocket patients utilize CareCredit to help them get attractive financing deals on out-of-pocket procedures.


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Insurance Information

Gender-affirming procedures are often covered under private insurance. Our staff has experience working with patients and providers alike. We will work with you to show you how to verify your eligibily and benefits so you can have the tools you need to take full advantage of the benefits you deserve. We heve extensive knowledge and experience of the industry, including knowledge of gap exceptions and how to negotiate letters of agreement (LOAs) to help you get the care you need.