Genetics plays a major role in facial hair growth and patchiness. A facial hair transplant or, more popularly, a beard transplant could be a very effective route for people undergoing such a predicament.
It requires minimal downtime and is pretty straightforward.
The treatment involves removing tiny hair follicles from the back of the scalp where the hair patch is thickest.
The follicles are removed in strips and then transplanted into any hairless patches on the beard or sideburns.
Once the procedure is done, the hair in the beard will start to grow naturally. Victims are usually able to shave after only two weeks.
Beard transplants, designer beards, mustaches, or sideburns are expert approaches with results highly dependent on the dexterity of the surgeon. Dr. Neetu’s Skin Clinic Clinic’s fully qualified surgeons specialize in facial hair, beards, mustaches, goatees, sideburns, and eyebrow FUE hair grafts for patients of all ethnic backgrounds.
Decreased facial hair growth and/or patchiness can be the result of scarring or genetics. If you have sparse facial hair, patchiness, or any facial scars, a beard transplant, also known as a facial hair transplant, may be the solution for you.
Beard transplantation is a fairly straightforward procedure with minimal downtime.
This technique involves removing small hair follicles from the back of the scalp where the hair is thickest.