Mustache hair transplantation
Some men complain from irregular hair growth in the mustache area. This is considered a problem that affects self-confidence for many of those who experience this; the mustache is a sign of masculinity and attractiveness in men.
There are some traditional non-surgical methods, in addition to some non-surgical therapeutic and medical methods to thicken the mustache, but when these methods fail, the solution will be surgery for thickening the mustache.
Men may experience a decreased density of the mustache for several reasons, such as:
- Hormonal causes or food balance disturbances that lead to hair loss from different places of the body including the mustache area
- Some genetic cases where the mustache…show more content… Beard hair transplantation
Beard hair transplantation is the only way to solve the problem of the lack of beard hair in men, and to fill-in the gaps in the beard naturally and completely.
The surgery is performed under local anesthesia and is painless. The strong hair follicles from the donor area at the back and sides of the head, which have the same genetic structure as the chin hair follicles, will be used for this surgery.
The donor area will be anesthetized and the required amount of follicles will be taken according to the size of the area needing transplanting. These follicles will be prepared in a special sterilized environment. The specialist will make small cuts in which the follicles will be planted respectively in the chin area.
The time required to conduct the surgery is estimated between 6 to 8 hours.
The day following the surgery is for rest, the first washing session will be after the resting day, and then the patient will continue to take care of the planted beard according to the instructions provided by the medical