Beard transplant surgery as an increasingly popular surgical procedure in younger men, thanks to the rise of beards in popular culture and society on the whole. Growing a beard is something that all men can do, although some are much more capable than others of growing fully fledged facial fuzz, and its this lack of ability to stop a beard from being patchy that causes men to seek a transplant.
The loss or lack of facial hair can occur for a number of reasons, including laser hair removal, surgery, injury or simply as a result of your natural genetics. A facial hair transplant can be used to restore or begin growth in the goatee, moustache, cheek and sideburn areas to help flesh out the appearance of your facial hair. They are also often used to conceal facial scars caused by acne or other methods to help to restore confidence in the appearance of your face.
The goals of men looking to have beard transplants vary on a person to person basis, from minor areas such as patchy cheeks being filled through to a full restoration of a thick beard and as such, the results vary between every individual transplant.