Nu/Hart Hair Clinics opened its Mid-town Manhattan office in 1997. Now celebrating 15+ years and going strong in New York City, Nu/Hart is committed to keeping its long-standing presence in the Big Apple.Raed more
Kathy Smith has served as president of Nu/Hart for over two decades. A world leader in hair restoration, Nu/Hart has grown over the years to now include 11 clinics in the U.S. and overseas, with over 120 employees, 14 Board-certified physicians, and boasting over 30,000 hair restoration procedures performed.Raed more
Nu/Hart Hair Clinics, the US based world leader in the field of hair transplantation has recently opened its new clinic at Kemps Corner. Established in 1984, Nu/Hart Clinics have successfully performed over 30,000 hair restoration procedures on clients from over 40 countries across the world.Raed more
Nu/Hart Hair Clinics hair transplant client, Dave Manno, has launched his own personal blog to offer a detailed account of his hair restoration process. Manno, producer of television shows and corporate videos in the Pittsburgh area, is using his multimedia resources to share his Nu/Hart success story.
Nu/Hart Hair Clinics has announced that Dr. Glen Ross, hair transplant physician in Nu/Hart’s New York City clinic, has successfully passed both the oral and written components of the AMHRS examination 2009.
Nu/Hart Hair Clinics, a world leader in hair restoration has expanded its New York operations by opening a larger, new office on prestigious Central Park South.
Twenty-six-year-old Imran Khan from Borivali looks bored. He sits in what resembles a dentist’s chair, watching “Slumdog Millionaire” on a large plasma TV, as a man systematically punches holes in the top of his head with a needle. Welcome to Nu/Hart Hair Transplant Clinic. Khan is halfway through a hair transplant procedure – usually about eight hours long – to move 1,200 hairs from the back of his head to the bald patch on top.
Hair restoration in some form has been around forever, starting with wigs and hair pieces, then to clumsy surgeries, and now to well refined techniques. With today’s highly improved surgical procedures and “artistry”, hair restoration surgery is impossible to detect..