New Trend: Facial Hair Transplants

Facial hair has made a comeback, both for men and women. More men are growing beards and other facial hair configurations as part of their personal style. Women also are enhancing their appearance with thicker, shapely eyebrows. With these styles requiring facial hair, a new trend is also becoming popular: facial hair transplants.

Full Beards and Mustaches

Not all men can naturally grow an even, full beard or mustache. Genetics, scarring and other factors can impede facial hair growth. An option for those with sparse or uneven facial hair is beard or mustache hair transplants. Using advanced FUE (follicle unit extraction), individual hair follicles can be harvested from the scalp and added to the facial region. This is an effective option for growing a full, thick beard or mustache that is non-invasive with no visible scars. Even areas where hair has never grown on the cheek or chin can flourish with new growth using advanced hair transplanting techniques.

Eyebrow Transplants

For decades, women were plucking, waxing, threading and even lasering away eyebrow hair. Now, thicker eyebrows are popular. To enhance thin eyebrows, hair can be transplanted to the brow from the scalp to create natural eyebrows. There are no incisions or stitches; the advanced FUE method removes and transplants hair follicles without surgery. Each follicle can be carefully placed to create the shape and thickness of eyebrow desired.

If you want to explore the options available for facial hair transplants, contact a facial plastic surgeon that offers FUE hair transplants. In as little as one day, you can receive the new hair follicles needed to grow fuller eyebrows or a fantastic new beard with your own natural hair.

Posted on behalf of
Kalos Facial Plastic Surgery LLC
5670 Peachtree Dunwoody Road Northeast #910
Atlanta, GA 30342
(404) 936-6665

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