New York Facial Hair FUE Transplants

When it comes to seeking a hair transplant procedure, finding out which hair restoration procedure is the best option for you is the first step. Before committing to this type of treatment it’s important to learn the in’s and outs of the procedure. That being said, we always recommend scheduling an in-person consultation with your hair loss specialist to receive the most accurate information based on your hair loss type. While there are many different hair transplant methods, finding the best solution for you is the best place to start. Each patient has their own unique condition which means that their hair transplant considerations may be different from others. While the word “hair loss” is usually linked with a receding hairline, thinning hair, or male pattern baldness, thinning eyebrow hair or bald spots in the beard are not uncommon.

For the beard area, FUE transplantation can be quite effective. Alopecia Barbae, a condition that causes hair to appear sparse or patchy in the beard, moustache region, beneath the chin, on the cheeks, or on the sides of the neck, affects a large number of men. Some men have never been able to grow thick, even hair in their face areas.

In New York, men and women prefer larger brows, but make-up and eyebrow tattoo choices might appear false or too cosmetic. Many people lose eyebrow hair due to a medical issue, years of tweezing, or just because they have thin brows genetically. People who want to hide a facial or brow scar are ecstatic to learn that there is a completely natural-looking, permanent option that uses their own growing hair.

Men in New York who are experiencing hair loss will typically find plenty of information regarding hair loss clinics and hair replacement choices, but they may not see as many FUE beard transplant possibilities.

Although the actual cause of Alopecia Barbae is unknown, research suggests that it may be caused by the immune system’s reaction to the body’s own tissues and pigments. The white blood cells T-Type Lymphocytes penetrate the hair follicles in the beard and chin area, preventing normal hair development. As a result, the hair roots become damaged, resulting in facial hair loss and the formation of bald patches. Unfortunately, Alopecia Barbae can be difficult to detect in its early stages, as it may affect only a small area or appear to be normal hair thinning. However, this condition may cause many bald patches to appear over time, making it difficult to grow a beard or moustache. Similarly, Alopecia Areata, often known as spot baldness, is an autoimmune condition that causes bald spots on the scalp, torso, or face, as well as hair loss in areas like the brows. Hair development is inhibited or interrupted when the body assaults its own anagen (growing) hair follicles, resulting in sparse brows and a dramatic alteration in the appearance of the face.

Advanced Hair Restoration Technology

Many patients are astonished to hear that thinning or balding facial hair can be treated with beard and eyebrow hair transplants. Regrowth in this area is also achievable using the same cutting-edge FUE technique used for facial hair.

Healthy hair follicles are easily retrieved from the back of the head using micro-punch grafts and then transplanted into bald parts of the face using microscopic incisions.

Because it does not require hair to be plucked in strips from the back or sides of the head, this new hair transplant treatment is far less invasive than previous hair transplant surgeries. Instead, individual follicular unit grafts are painlessly retrieved and transplanted into the damaged parts of the face, restoring hair and allowing the patient to have a full, natural-looking beard, moustache, goatee, or eyebrows. As a result, unlike the more intrusive strip hair transplant method, which results in visible linear scarring at the back or sides of the scalp, it is an almost scar-free surgery.

Alopecia Barbae & Alopecia Areata

Thinning hair or bald spots on the face, whether caused by Alopecia Barbae or Alopecia Areata, can be embarrassing and inconvenient. Men’s facial hair is highly fashionable these days, and many men wear a full beard as a fashion statement.

We are delighted to offer a practical, safe, and effective answer to this prevalent hair loss problem at The New York Hair Transplant Clinic. We can restore facial hair and confidence in a short, uncomplicated surgery using your own hair using the HARRTS (follicular unit extraction) FUE hair transplant technique.


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Natural Hair Restoration

Because of the precision of this process, we are able to provide our patients with subtle, natural-looking results. Our hair loss specialists in New York will make sure that the hair extracted from your donor site(s) is a proper hue so that it blends in with your existing facial hair. While the operation will improve the density and consistency of your facial hair, you may be assured that the alteration caused by your facial hair implants will not be invisible to others.

Faster Healing Time

Unlike the painful and time-consuming strip method of hair transplantation, FUE hair transplants using cutting-edge technology do not necessitate invasive surgery.

As a result, patients can get the beard or brows they want without having to endure long periods of downtime, a painful recovery, or noticeable scarring. Due to the vascular nature of the face, most patients recover fast. However, it is critical to take care for the first 10 days after surgery to avoid disturbing the transplanted hair. For one to two weeks, some redness and irritation may be present in the treatment region, but most patients are pleasantly surprised by how quickly they recover, making it a great treatment option for busy professionals.

Eyebrow Hair Restoration

FUE Eyebrow Transplant

Many people find their eyebrows thinning or balding over time, whether it’s due to genetics or Alopecia Areata. Fortunately, a New York eyebrow hair transplant can successfully restore your brows’ appearance. A HARRTS FUE hair transplant can be used to reverse hair loss in the eyebrows, just as a beard transplant. The operation is similar in that follicular grafts are extracted from the donor location at the back of the head and transplanted to the sparse areas of the brows, restoring equilibrium to the face. To ensure that the hair is implanted at an angle that resembles the eyebrow’s natural hair development, extreme precision is required. Trust the experts at the New York Hair Transplant Clinic, who have elevated hair transplantation to a fine art.

Beard Hair Restoration FUE Transplant:

  • Since this design must take into account the unique patient’s face, hair density, and growth direction, FUE hair restoration for the beard necessitates meticulous planning.
  • One of our hair loss professionals will assess your issue region and sketch out the lines that will best suit the shape of your face to produce the most natural-looking results possible during your appointment. During the surgery, the donor site will be tagged to identify where the follicular grafts will be taken from, which is usually in the back of the scalp.
  • The area must next be shaved down to .05 in order for the HARRTS hand piece to remove the requisite grafts. The grafts are suctioned into a temperature-controlled containment container with a 1 mm punch or smaller to ensure their survival until they are transplanted. Individual grafts will be placed into designated areas once a sufficient amount of grafts has been obtained.
  • For a full beard hair transplant, 600 to 1200 grafts are usually required. The hair must be implanted in such a way that it grows in the same direction as the surrounding native hairs, which necessitates tremendous precision and ability. As a result, angle and depth must be considered to ensure that the results appear natural as they mature.
  • It’s vital to remember that, like with any hair transplant, the implanted hair will take three to four months to grow, and the ultimate results may take up to a year to appear. Because the implanted hair is taken from the rear of the scalp, it grows faster and longer than the surrounding facial hair and, as a result, will need to be trimmed for the first year or two.


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