Moustaches and beards have been in style throughout history. In recent years, there has been a resurgence in the popularity of facial hair. For some men, this means growing a moustache. Due to genetics and other factors, unfortunately for some men, they cannot grow a moustache naturally.
There is good news for those men who want to have a moustache but cannot grow one naturally. There is a procedure called a moustache hair transplant that can give you the moustache of your dreams.
What is a moustache transplant? A moustache transplant is a type of hair transplantation that specifically targets the area of the upper lip where a moustache would normally be. The goal of the procedure is to create the appearance of a natural moustache. The procedure is similar to other types of hair transplants.
Follicular Unit Extraction or FUE is said to be the best moustache and beard transplant method. It is a minimally invasive hair transplant technique where individual hairs are extracted from the donor area and transplanted to the balding or thinning areas. It is effective and leaves no scar. The best part of the FUE method is the hair's texture in both donor and recipient area remain the same, so it appears completely natural.
Moustache transplant is recommended for individuals with: