Most hair transplant surgeons’ charges are based on a cost/graft basis. The “graft” may represent a follicular unit, usually containing 1 to 4 hairs, or the graft may be “split”. For example, a 4-hair follicular unit may be split into 4 “ones”, a “3” and a “1” or two “2”s. So someone receiving 1,500 full FUs may be getting more hair for the dollar than 2,000 split grafts. It’s impossible for me to quote other doctors’ fee schedules because there is a wide variation in charges depending upon a physician’s experience, location and overhead (clinics are often more expensive because you pay for their advertising).
FUE procedures are usually more costly than FUTs, ranging about 30% to 50% higher. It is impossible to quote an accurate fee without evaluating a patient. I may, however, be able to offer an approximate quote if someone emails me photos, although, again, this is not a proper substitute for a personal examination.