Through Beverly Hills Hair Restoration, amazing and natural results are obtained in all the regions where transplants are performed. Our work speaks for itself as we ensure a natural- looking hair transplant through the implementation of various techniques. Even a very close inspection cannot determine the difference between the transplanted and natural hair. The precision offered by Beverly Hills Hair Restoration is remarkable and we go beyond certain criteria to achieve the results. This enables us to perform body hair transplant surgery which includes facial area and overall body. Smaller session procedures, such as body hair transplantation and eyebrow and mustache restoration, are minimally invasive and relatively painless.
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Microsurgical procedures at Beverly Hills Hair Restoration are followed for eyebrows, beard, mustache and body hair restoration. At Beverly Hills Hair Restoration, we make use of the same techniques to transplant hair into different regions on the body. Firstly, a strip of hair is removed from the back of the scalp or follicular unit extraction is used to extract the follicles, which is determined during the initial consultation with the doctor at our office. Next, each graft is cut into a follicular graft (that contain anywhere from one to four hairs per graft) and inserted one by one into small slits created on the desired location of the body. The growth rate of the transplanted hairs vary ? and we require a six month follow-up for all hair transplant procedures to check on the growth of the hair. This is important as results vary from patient to patient. The benefits of a smaller session procedure are its less invasive, with a faster healing time.
Along with body hair restoration, eyebrow restoration is becoming more popular for those who have completely lost hair in the area or are looking to fill in the area. The cause of thin eyebrows in women is typically from overplucking over the years, as well as hormonal changes in the body. For men, the causes are more linked to genetics and hormonal changes in the body.