Beard Transplant

When to have a beard transplant

Almost 50% of males find it difficult to grow a full, healthy beard or sideburns with even growth and no patchy areas

One answer to this problem can be beard transplant surgery, a simple solution that alleviates bald patches, creating a full healthy beard or even a well-shaped goatee.

Loss of facial hair can be immediately apparent and is hard to disguise, leading to even the smartest of men appearing somewhat poorly groomed.
There are a number of reasons that it may be considered advantageous to grow a beard; but transplanting facial hair makes it possible to grow and maintain sideburns, a beard or even a moustache, giving a very masculine appearance.

Whilst facial hair fashions often change, the wish for many men to develop a beard or sideburns will always exist. However, for some men, even those who take good care of their appearance and consume a healthy diet, this can be an issue. This could be down to genetic hair growth patterns, or even as a result of damage.

Beard restoration surgery can completely alter the appearance of your face, giving it a more contoured line and a fuller, more neatly shaved look.

Beard Transplant at 100 Harley Street

Here at 100 Harley Street, we know that having a beard can alter the look of your face and can have a positive effect on the people you meet. But if your beard has uneven growth or is patchy, the effect may not be quite the one you are looking for.

If you are trying to make a professional impression or if you simply prefer how you look with healthy and full facial hair, you could have the beard, moustache or sideburns you have always wished for courtesy of a beard transplant.

You might decide that beard transplant surgery is not for you, especially if your facial hair loss is not that severe. If this is the case, then beard restoration can be the perfect alternative – especially when facial hair loss is confined to small patches.

At 100 Harley Street we can carry out beard restoration surgery on areas of hair loss that are relatively small, helping you to achieve a beard of more even hair growth that is sharper and tidier, or assist by means of a more substantial beard transplant where areas of uneven growth are more obvious.

In addition to genetics or facial hair loss due to natural effects, growing a beard may not be an option due to other factors, including:
Burns, scarring or skin trauma to the facial area

As well as genetics or natural loss of facial hair, there can be a number of reasons why growing a beard may not be possible. These include:

Previous facial surgery

Treatment with radiation

Some systemic illnesses

Burns, scarring or skin trauma to the facial area

Some systemic illnesses

Trichotillomania (an obsession with pulling on the hairs in your beard)

However, a full consultation with our experts here at 100 Harley Street will help you to get a better understanding of your options, allowing you to choose the treatment that will give you the best results.

Facial hair is a big factor in confidence about your appearance.

Whereas in the past you may have decided that growing a beard wasn’t an option, due to uneven hair growth or bald patches, a beard hair transplant offers you the option to choose to either go clean-shaven or to grow a beard, allowing you more control over the way you look.