CULTIVATION OF BEARD HAIR
There are many men in the world today who dream of growing a thick beard or mustache. The main issue is that genetics play a significant role in the growth of beard, and it is the leading cause of poor or uneven beard growth. Thankfully, there are now many solutions to encourage the growth of facial hair into thicker and fuller one.
Some oils and supplements can do this. Also, the person needs to practice proper skin care, and nourish the body. However, if those measures do not work, there are different medical techniques to solve the problem. It is essential to know that beards grow at different rates.
If you have tried all possible natural means and none seems to be working for you, it may be the time to contact your surgeon for beard transplant.
Beard transplant is the surgical process of taking hair from another part of your body, usually the scalp, and transplanting it to your face. There are many standard beard and hair transplant facilities. They even allow you to choose the kind of beard you desire.
This surgical procedure is still relatively new, though the overall results have been good. One of the benefits of beard transplants is that you get to choose the style of beard you want. You only need to tell your surgeon exactly where you want the hair to be transplanted and how much it should be.
TYPES OF BEARD TRANSPLANTS
There are two major types of beard transplants, and they involve a technique in which surgeons remove hair from the body of the donor.
- Follicular Unit Extraction: This beard transplant technique is the most common one. During the surgery, individual hairs are grafted from the donor region and harvest over a large area. At the end, only small, white circular scars are left behind. This technique is excellent because it does not leave a linear scar behind. It also has a faster healing time. In addition, the comfort level of the patient during the surgical procedure is very good.
- Follicular Unit Transplantation: This involves taking a small strip of tissue from the body of the donor with a microscopic dissection process. The surgeon then closes the wound edge, leaving only a single, fine scar behind. This surgical procedure harvests a higher amount of hair, which makes it easier to achieve maximum beard fullness.