Beard implanting is a treatment for those who have lost their beard or for whom it never grew in. Just as with hair on the head, the appearance of a healthy beard is an important part of the masculine identity for many people.
Facial hair transplantation replaces hair on areas of the face that are either missing hair or are very sparse in density. It is common to see individuals who are unable to grow a complete goatee or mustache. For many individuals, it is impossible to grow a full beard without looking “patchy”.
Those who have lost their beards due to hormonal changes or who have a deficiency or irregular appearance in a certain area are well suited for this procedure. You can get the bearded look you want by having the beard extraction operation.
How does the bard grow?
Whether FUT or FUE is utilized for the transplant process. Hair follicles from the back and sides of the scalp are transplanted to the desired facial areas. As with transplanting to the scalp, the donor grafts will continue to grow on the patient’s facial area for rest of the patient’s life. Once transplanted, the hair may initially grow with the same texture from the harvested donor region, but in time the hair transforms to match the characteristics of the recipient region. The transplanted facial hair can be trimmed or shaved and will re-grow whenever the individual wants a change in his/her appearance and grow a beard.
How Does it Work?
For some people, they never had enough facial hair due to genetics, whereas others lost facial hair due to trauma, scarring, or surgery. Whether the patient wants to thicken the sideburns, cheeks, goatee, or mustache, facial hair restoration can help achieve desired cosmetic results.