This leaves us with an even more pressing question: If facial hair is a God given privilege, then what about those who aren’t capable of growing any? If we were still living in the pre-twenty first century, we’d simply pat you on the back and wish you luck. However, Darwin’s Theory of Evolution underestimated the rapid advancement in medical technology and the will of desperate male beings. With the demand for male grooming and lifestyle on an upward climb, it only made sense for the industry to explore the option of Facial Hair Transplant.
Yes, you’ve heard us correctly, now you too can have an awesome set of organic facial hair with a simple appointment and some cash at hand. We at ManPossible understand the integrity of a Man and his desire to stay flamboyantly masculine. For that reason, we are here to share more insight on what this facial hair transplant is all about.
The Facial Hair Transplant, as it’s coined, is a surgical method to help one acquire facial hair. It turns out the basic process of facial hair transplant is the notion of removing hair strands with the follicles intact from others parts of the patient’s body (usually the bottom ends of the head) to the face. It’s still a mystery to us as to where they go to get the hair if the patient is bald?! The actual procedure is very tedious and can take up to a whole day. The doctor will use a small restoration tool to redistribute the removed hair to a pre-outlined part of your face. The Doctor will stretch out the skin around the area of injection and use the tool to puncture a small hole then insert the individual hair in place. In order to make the hair look natural, the doctor must make sure every single strand is laid out at a natural angle in relation the patient’s facial structure. The process is repeated endlessly until the desired area is filled. Once the wound heals, the new hair will settle in and grow naturally; the rate at which the transplant hairs grow will depend on the individual. The best part about this painful procedure is that it’s a one time process. The transplanted hairs will grow naturally; you can trim and groom it like all natural facial hairs.
As to whether or not the surgery is covered by your insurance, we suggest doing more research by asking your insurance provider and your family physician. Regardless if you are a hipster, a caveman, or a ManPossible Man, one thing is definitely clear, the world of grooming is growing and we are all part of an exciting time!