Beard Restoration

Fuller facial hair signifies a more masculine appearance. The beard typically contains thicker single hairs, whereas the scalp hair contains single, double, triple and quadruple groups of hairs which grow closely together. During a beard transplant all the double, triple and quadruple groups of hairs are separated into single hair units for implanting.

Hair direction is very important when refashioning a beard, and the correct angulation of the follicular units is crucial when restoring facial hair. For the cheeks, moustache and chin region the hairs must point down vertically to closely simulate how they would ordinarily grow.

Designing the shape of the beard itself largely depends on the client’s expectation and surgeon’s recommendation.

A low beard can look very stylish and sleek when groomed correctly. This uses fewer hair’s to make up, depending on the size of the area to add density to.

A full beard looks very rugged and masculine. This procedure uses a lot more single hair grafts to make up the beard, depending on the size of the area to complete.

Restoring the moustache and goatee region is also a popular fashionable choice. By defining a small area of facial hair, this can be groomed and styled effectively adding character.