Hair Transplant | BEARD

The hair and facial hair, particularly the beard, are no longer just protective against external natural aggressions and have become part of our identity.

Beard Transplant solves flaws and imperfections. Improved hair transplantation techniques have made it possible for the transplanted facial hair to look natural.

The beard transplant, like the eyebrow transplant, has become as popular a procedure as the scalp because, when performed by experienced doctors and nurses, the results are often excellent.

However, the aim is to improve, sometimes conservatively, and sometimes significantly. A variety of factors can cause unwanted hair loss on the face, particularly the beard. These factors can be: genetic predisposition, plucking (trichotillomania), burns, traumatic episode or sequelae of cosmetic surgery with scar formation, causing unwanted and irreversible hair loss.

Hair Transplant | EYEBROWS

Eyebrows have the function of protecting the eyeball from external aggressions.

The Eyebrow Hair Transplant allows you to correct any existing flaws. Eyebrow Hair Transplantation is the most definitive, effective and safe solution to correct flaws and recover the natural form of protection and expression of your supraorbital area.

Eyebrows act as an element of protection from external aggressions, being more than an aesthetic element. In humans, the eyebrow assumes a decisive role in non-verbal communication and in the manifestation of feelings, something fundamental in human relationships. Its absence can give a different appearance than usual, little appreciated.

In men, the eyebrows gradually conquered another important function such as shaping the eyes which, together with the facial features, create a unique physiognomy.

Hair Transplant | HAIR

Hair Transplantation is a minimally invasive clinical procedure, which consists of transplanting hair follicular units (hair reproductive organ) from denser areas with little or no susceptibility to hair loss, to be implanted, one by one, in areas with lower density.
Normally, the extraction is carried out from the nape of the neck to implant later on the top of the head, being performed using local anesthesia.
This intervention is used for the treatment of Alopecia (baldness), but it can be used for other purposes such as correction of scarred or hairless areas of the scalp and/or beard and eyebrows.
This process presupposes that the donor area (denser) and the bald area are from the same person and, therefore, without risk of rejection.
The follicular units that produce one to two hairs must be in the front line, very close to each other and respecting the natural direction of hair growth.
The final result depends on how the follicular units are implanted, and it is essential that the transplantation is carried out by teams experienced in this procedure.