5 Reasons to Consider Facial Hair Transplants

5 Reasons to Consider Facial Hair Transplants

About 33% of American men choose to always keep a beard. Others only have a beard when it’s cold out, opting for shaving during summer. Nearly 75% of men surveyed say they feel more attractive with facial hair. 

The experts at NeoGraft Hair Restoration, led by Dr. Dana Brownell, know that when you feel more attractive, you’re more confident. Confidence can lead to surprising, positive changes in your life. You may be more comfortable asking for a promotion at work or speaking up for yourself. You may be more willing to interact in social situations. 

We want to help you feel more confident, and that’s one reason we offer facial hair transplant.

The NeoGraft method

We use a process called follicular unit extraction (FUE) to give you the facial hair you want. This method involves using suction to remove individual hair follicles from one area, usually the back of your head. The system then implants them precisely in the area you want your hair to grow. 

There’s little pain involved, and we use a local anesthetic to manage any discomfort. The NeoGraft® system is robotic, so it works quickly and with a high degree of precision.

Reasons to consider facial hair transplant

As with any cosmetic procedure, your reasons for seeking a facial hair transplant are highly personal. You may simply be unhappy with your appearance and looking for a way to adjust it more to your liking. You may have always wanted thicker, lusher facial hair. 

Here are five common reasons men seek facial hair transplant: 

1. You have sparse, patchy facial hair

Perhaps your beard has always had bald patches or been thin in some areas. Facial hair transplant is one way to correct that problem, giving you the option of growing an even beard or mustache. 

2. Your facial hair is fine and thin

You may simply lack density when it comes to your facial hair. A facial hair transplant can help you enjoy a thicker, denser beard and mustache. 

3. You’re losing hair 

Usually when hair loss comes up in conversation, people think of hair on the head. But it’s entirely possible to lose facial hair over time, as well. A facial hair transplant can restore the fullness of your beard. 

4. You find you don’t need to shave as often

Less shaving might seem like a positive, but if you decide to grow your beard, you may find it more difficult than it used to be because less shaving means less hair growth. That means you have fewer options for your look. Having the option to grow a beard is important to many men. 

5. You simply don’t have the genes to grow a full, thick beard

Facial hair growth is largely determined by your genetic makeup, and you may simply not have the DNA to grow a thick beard. Luckily, the NeoGraft technology exists, and it can give you the beard of your dreams! 

Your new facial hair

Facial hair transplant doesn’t require any recovery time, and you can see the results right away. You should be aware, however, that your newly transplanted hair will fall out in the days and weeks following the transplant procedure. This is normal and expected. 

Over the course of the next few months, the transplanted follicles will grow new hair. You can treat your new beard normally, washing, combing, trimming, and shaving as you need to. The transplants are permanent.

Are you ready to learn more? Schedule a consultation with Dr. Brownell at NeoGraft Hair restoration in Westport, Connecticut, to find out if you’re a good candidate for a facial hair transplant. 

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