New Jersey Facial Hair FUE Transplants
While the term ‘hair loss’, is typically associated with a receding hairline, thinning hair, or male pattern baldness, it is not unusual to experience thinning eyebrow hair or develop bald patches in the beard.
FUE transplant can be very effective for the beard area. In fact, many men are affected by this condition, known as Alopecia Barbae, which can cause hair to appear sparse or patchy in the beard, moustache region, under the chin, on the cheeks, or on the sides of the neck. Some men find that they have never been able to grow even, thick hair in facial areas.
Men and women seek thicker eyebrows in New Jersey and find that make up and eyebrow tattoo options can appear fake or overly cosmetic. Many people lose eyebrow hair because of a medical condition, years of eyebrow tweezing, or just because they are genetically prone to thin brows. People who seek to camouflage a facial, eyebrow scar, are excited to find out that there is a totally natural-looking, permanent solution using real growing hair.
New Jersey men with hair loss problems will usually find plenty of information about hair loss clinics and hair replacement, but they might not see as many FUE transplant beard options.
Although the exact cause of Alopecia Barbae is unknown, studies indicate that it may be a result of the body’s immune system reacting to its own body tissues and natural pigments. The T-Type Lymphocyte white blood cells, enter the hair follicles in the beard and chin area, rapidly disrupting normal hair growth. As a result, the hair roots become weakened, leading to facial hair fall out and the development of bald patches on the face. Unfortunately, it is often difficult to detect Alopecia Barbae in its early stages, as it may initially impact only a small area, or look like normal hair thinning. However, over time, this condition may result in the development of several bald patches, making it difficult to grow a beard or moustache. Similarly, Alopecia Areata, or spot baldness, which is believed to be an autoimmune disease, leads to the development of bald spots, which can appear on the scalp, body, or face, often causing hair to fall out in areas such as the eyebrows. As the body attacks its own anagen (growing) hair follicles, hair growth is subsequently suppressed or stopped, which can cause sparse eyebrows, and really change the look of the face.