Facial Hair Transplant
Your face is a big part of who you are. It’s time for some style.
A facial hair transplant delivers permanent, natural results.
A facial hair transplant is an outpatient procedure that moves hair from the donor area (usually the back and sides of the head) to parts of the face where hair is thin or missing. Believe it or not, it can actually help you achieve a thick, masculine beard, goatee, mustache or sideburns, no matter how thin or wispy your current facial hair is. The procedure is virtually painless, can be done in a day, and the results are permanent. Whether your ideal look is hipster cool or mountain man rugged, nothing says manly like strong facial hair, and now it can be yours.
Sound weird? Or perhaps too good to be true?
Read more in Dr. Gujrati’s blog post about upping your masculine ante with a facial hair transplant.
We invite you to ask Dr. Harris a question about rocking a great beard or mustache. He personally answers all inquiries.
You don’t have to settle for feeble facial hair.
Your facial hair, and the way you choose to grow and style it, is a defining feature. It says a lot about your personality and it can help to make the very most of your features. If you are frustrated with wispy or spotty facial hair, patches that simply don’t fill in and sideburns that are sparse, our proprietary facial hair transplant procedure will deliver the strong, natural look you desire. In many cases we may also be able to cover scarring or acne.
Your new facial hair will grow in slowly. You’re the only one who will know why it is thicker than ever.
The West+Bond Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) method for facial hair works just like an ordinary hair transplant surgery. Your donor hairs are harvested from the back and/or sides of the scalp, or other areas, depending on the best match such as color, texture, curl and direction. FUE transplants are minimally invasive, virtually painless and leave no linear scar. Your transplanted hair will fall out two weeks after surgery and then begin to grow in permanently in about three months. Your new facial hair can be shaved or groomed just like any beard, mustache or sideburns.
Don’t get a facial hair transplant if…
If your scalp hair is thinning, you may want to avoid a facial hair transplant procedure, because donor hairs, once removed from your scalp, will no longer be available in the future should a hair transplant be needed to address thinning scalp hair or male pattern baldness.