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types of hair transplant

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Eyebrow Transplant

Eyebrow transplants are designed to restore or enhance the appearance of eyebrows. This procedure involves transplanting hair follicles from the donor area to the eyebrow region, ensuring the direction and angle of the transplanted hair match the natural eyebrow hair.


  • Creates fuller, natural-looking eyebrows.

  • Customizable to match individual facial features.

  • Permanent solution for sparse or thin eyebrows.


  • Requires precise artistry and skill.

  • Post-procedure care is essential for optimal results.

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Beard Transplant

Beard transplants cater to men who wish to enhance their facial hair. Similar to scalp transplants, hair follicles are extracted from the donor area and implanted into the beard region. This procedure can fill in patches, add density, or create a beard where there was none before.


  • Achieves a fuller, natural-looking beard.

  • Customizable to the desired beard style.

  • Permanent and effective solution for facial hair enhancement.


  • Requires a healing period.

  • Multiple sessions may be needed for optimal density.

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Scalp Hair Transplant

Scalp hair transplants are the most common type of hair restoration procedure. This involves transferring hair follicles from a donor area, typically the back of the head, to the balding or thinning areas on the scalp. The two primary methods used are Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE).


  • Effective for large areas of hair loss.

  • Provides a permanent solution to baldness.

  • Results in a natural hair growth pattern.


  • Requires a recovery period.

  • May involve some scarring, especially with FUT.

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