Facial hair is traditionally regarded as a symbol of virility and male maturity. Unfortunately, some men are genetically lacking facial hair and are not able to grow a beard, sideburns, or mustache. They may only have patchy facial hair growth. In some cases, past trauma or injury may have caused scarring in the facial hair area.
In the past this condition was accepted because there was not much that could be done to change it. Today, hair transplantation can be used to create natural-looking mustaches and sideburns – and beards of desired shape and shade.
Using one of the most advanced hair transplantation techniques, FUE, individual hairs from the donor area- located at the back of the head- are placed to fill in the desired area.
The procedure is performed in a single session under local anesthetic. A few days following the treatment, the transplanted area will give the appearance of a five o’clock shadow.
Are you having a hard time growing a proper beard?
A thick beard can be a sign of masculinity and manhood; lest many men have difficulty growing full beards due to a host of factors including genetics, injuries, or past hair removal procedures. Using the latest advanced hair transplants techniques, our hair transplant experts can help you achieve a thicker, more even beard.
Beard transplants are typically performed on men who have patchy areas in their breads. For some men, a beard is a fashion statement, while for others, a beard may hide scars, de-emphasize or accentuate certain facial features. Men with small chins may sometimes use a beard to enhance their facial features.
Beard transplant treatment usually takes from 2 to 4 hours to be performed. During the procedure, hair are harvested from the donor area in the back of the head. The hair follicles are then implanted in the thinning or patchy areas of beard.
The results of bread transplantation are usually permanent and provide natural growth in a few month’s time. Experience fuller, richer looking beard with beard transplantation.
After the transplanted area is fully healed, the hair will continue to grow and will need to be trimmed or shaved as any other facial hair. Facial hair transplantation is a highly successful treatment with minimal risk and downtime.
Many people experience a reduction in the symmetry or fullness of their eyebrows due to injuries, medical disorders, over-plucking, or as part of the natural aging process. Full, symmetrical eyebrows can enhance the shape and structure of the face, while thin brows can add years to a person’s facial appearance. Some people resort to conventional means to redefine the shape of your eyebrows, which, in most cases, produce unnatural looking results.
Our hair transplant specialists offer eyebrow restoration treatment using patients’ own hair for a permanent and natural appearance. Using follicular unit extraction technique, follicular units are extracted individually in preparation for transplantation. After the follicular units are harvested, they are scrupulously transplanted in a manner that mimics the texture and direction of existing eyebrow hairs.
As with hair transplant procedure, the newly transplanted hair will fall out after two week, but will grow back over the period of three to six months. In creating recipient sites, very fine incisions are made at a very low angle to the skin, in order to ensure that the hairs are implanted as flat as possible.
Single hair micrografts are then placed at the correct angle and direction to provide the final appearance of a natural, full eyebrow shape.
Eyebrows restoration procedure typically involves the placement of 50 to up to 325 hairs into each eyebrow, depending on the existing amount of hair and the desired size and density. You may experience some occasional mild pinkness, which fades out by the first week.
You will be able to return to normal activities after the first week. Sutures that are made in the donor area are removed at 1 week. The transplanted hairs may fall out at around 2 weeks – which is perfectly normal – and then start to regrow at 3 months, as they will continue to grow for a lifetime.