Being bald made me feel old. Now having a good head of hair makes me feel my age - young and successful!!Dani Pedrosa
Facial Hair Restoration
Hair loss replacement treatment is not limited merely to the top of the head. Facial hair restoration solutions are now also available for individuals who experience 'patchy' growth on their faces.
Facial hair trends are influenced greatly by contemporary Western culture. Women for instance, routinely shave, tweeze or otherwise depilate any facial hair that might occur. Eyebrows and eyelashes in particular have to withstand an array of assaults that include plucking, bleaching and trimming to name but a few.
In some cases, this repeated trauma can lead to hair loss in these areas that individuals want to have restored through hair restoration surgery. A number of years ago, fashion dictated that women have thin, arched eyebrows that lead to a flurry of tweezing and plucking. Today, full-bodied brows are back in fashion. Luckily our hair transplant center has the hair loss solution these individuals have been looking for.
As humans, our face is our foremost distinguishing feature and it stands to reason that any irregularity in its collective features can cause social discomfort and even emotional distress. Up until recently, it has been possible to correct skew noses, squint eyes and crooked teeth, but there was no adequate facial hair loss solution. Now individuals seeking surgery to correct facial hair loss can rest easy in the capable hands of the hair restoration surgeons at Medical Hair Restoration.
Individuals seeking this type of surgery should bear in mind however, that the hair used in these cases usually originates from the scalp, which means it is hard-wired to grow quite long. This transplanted hair will therefore have to be constantly trimmed. That said, facial hair replacement treatment is generally very successful and very few patients have reported problems.