Beard, Mustache and Eyebrow Transplants
The success of a hair transplant operation depends on whether the result looks natural. The key factors in this are the hairline and the quality of the hair grafts.
Who would benefit from a beard or mustache transplant?
People with a gap between their beards and mustache often opt for a facial hair transplant. All hair grafts are taken from the patient himself.
How is it done?
Just like a hair transplant, roots are collected from the donor area at the back of the head and transferred to the desired beard area. The hair roots quickly establish themselves and full results are usually seen in about 6-12 months.
Who would benefit from an eyebrow transplant?
If the eyes are the windows to the soul, the eyebrows are the frames. They are one of the most expressive parts of the face. There are many cosmetic products or medicines that are used to reverse the loss of eyebrows. However, most of them do not really work. An eyebrow transplant is also often chosen by patients who have suffered accidents, trauma, burning, or dermatological problems.
How is an eyebrow transplant carried out?
As in hair transplantation, the roots are collected one by one from the donor site at back of the head and transferred to the desired region. It takes approximately three hours and the patient is able to shower two days later. Transplanted eyebrows may grow faster for the first two years, but after that they adjust to the natural eyebrow growth rate. With well-planned operations, it is possible to achieve great results
Great looking results
Beard and eyebrow transplants are nearly identical to hair transplants. The hairs can be planted so that they face in precisely the right direction for a natural look. The surgeon aligns the hairs with microscopic precision. A skilled surgeon will achieve completely natural-looking results.