Why Have a Beard Transplant in Liverpool?
It is common that some men claim that they can’t grow a beard, which implies that it grows unevenly/in patches or simply doesn’t grow evenly across the face. There has been an uplift in the trend of men sporting a full beard. This has prompted many men to have a beard transplant.
While some men have never ever been able to get a thick beard, others may suffer from beard thinning as a result of a terrible injury, facial cosmetic surgery, skin cancer removal or various other unmanageable circumstances. Regardless of your past, the great news is that you can achieve attractive facial hair now.
A beard transplant is a process of taking hair from another area of your body (generally from the base of your scalp at the back) and transplants it to your face location. You have the freedom to pick the beard design that you desire.
Beard Transplant Technique
We make use of the updated FUE method, the hair follicles are removed with a little tool from the back of the head. After that, it is planted on the beard area, they are set aside at a certain temperature level in a liquid solution for the hair growth.
Not like other hair transplant treatments, the FUE procedure prevents the patient’s hair follicles from necrotic cuttings as well as from being harmed. With the use of the FUE Implanter (which has a diameter less than 1mm) the hair follicles are rooted in the preferred face location.
The patients can anticipate their beard or mustache hair transplant to look natural, enabling them to regain their self-confidence.
The Follicular Unite Extraction (FUE) is our most in-demand procedure since it is not like other facial hair transplant techniques and hair replacement procedures, it does not need scalpels, reception cuts, holes in the recipient location or stitches. Also with the FUE method, more than 50% of the implanted hair roots survive.
At Hair Transplantation Liverpool, we assure that a beard transplant is definitely 100% safe and pain-free as well as it takes in between 2-5 hrs and also rarely needs a 2nd treatment.