Thick twisted mustache has always been a role model and a symbol of maturity and courage. However, facial hair is naturally very rare or absent for some men. There are cases of hair loss as a result of face trauma and the scars that remain after it prevent the growth of new hair.
A mustache transplant is a very common procedure that helps stimulate the growth of new hair in the mustache area.
Who needs a Moustache Transplant Surgery?
Moustache transplantation is recommended for men who have virtually no facial hair for genetic reasons, as well as if hair growth is slowed down after a facial injury.
- Sensory loss
- Need for correction
How the Procedure Goes
The moustache transplant procedure is done to restore the density of hair growth in certain areas with the help of follicular transplantation technique, which allows to preserve the integrity of the hair bulb to ensure the natural growth of transplanted hair. Groups of several follicles from the donor area in the occipital part of the head are selected for transplantation.
After Moustache Transplant Surgery
During the period of rehabilitation, the reddish crust gradually disappears and the skin becomes normal after 7-10 days after the procedure. Transplanted hair looks natural and does not fall out.