Thick, bold moustaches have proven to be an iconic and a powerful symbol of maturity, masculinity and wisdom among men. But some men are genetically predisposed to thinning or absent facial hair.
Men who have suffered from injury or trauma to the face, which resulted in scarring may also encounter less hair growth. Moustache transplant is an incredibly popular procedure to stimulate hair growth in the moustache area.
Good Candidates for Moustache Transplant
Good candidates for Moustache Transplant are men who have absent facial hair or men who have suffered facial trauma that prevented facial hair growth. Whether your absence of facial hair is due to genetics, acne scarring, or injury, a facial hair transplant may be a viable solution.
Moustache Transplant Procedure
The objective of moustache transplantation is to intensify hair growth using follicular unit transplantation to transfer hair root cells and ensure natural growth. The groups of hairs are taken from areas of dense hair growth and implanted in the moustache area.
After the Procedure
During the recovery period, scabs will begin to heal after one week to ten days — without leaving any scarring. The hair transplanted to the moustache cannot be distinguished from the patient's original pattern. The results are natural and permanent.
General Risks of Moustache Transplant
*Loss of sensation
*Need for corrective surgery
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