Ever wish you could just have a full beard off and be done with the uneven patches? Unfortunately, for most of us, facial hair is a lifelong commitment that involves trimming and shaving. And unless you’re really skilled at shaping your beard (or have a great barber), the results can be less than flattering. But what if there was a better, more convenient way to get rid of those pesky hairs? NeoGraft may be the answer!
NeoGraft is a facial hair transplantation technique that can help to restore facial hair in men who have lost it due to genetic factors, illness, or injury. But most importantly, NeoGraft can help you with facial hair as it uses a process called follicular unit extraction to achieve the desired outcome. The NeoGraft facial hair transplant involves ‘taking’ hair follicles from the back of a patient’s head and transplanting them to the facial area.
It is a minimally invasive procedure that uses a small punch to extract the hair follicles, which are then transplanted to the desired area. This technique is less invasive than traditional hair transplantation methods, resulting in fewer scarring and side effects. NeoGraft can help to restore facial hair in men who have lost it due to genetic factors, illness, or injury. The procedure can help to improve self-confidence and quality of life.
This facial hair transplant procedure can be used to restore hair to the mustache, beard, sideburns, and goatee. Even if you don’t have the genes to grow a full thick beard, this surgical procedure can be used to give your desired beard.
Another reason why you should consider NeoGraft is because it can be used to conceal scars. Over a couple of months, the transplanted follicles will grow new hair and, in the process, hide scars on your face.
The healing process for a NeoGraft facial hair transplant is typically very quick and straightforward. Most patients only experience minor discomfort and swelling during the first few days after surgery. Within a week, most patients can return to their normal activities. And within two to three months, new facial hair will begin to grow in the transplanted area.