Get that beard into shape this season

The colder seasons are among us and there is no better time to focus on your facial hair, or lack thereof, than when the weather changes. Expert hair restoration surgeon Dr. Jason Champagne offers his experience with hair transplantations to those of us who may not be growing the full and shapely beard and mustache we would like. 

 
 Note: After picture shows the density of hair follicle placement in the center of the patient's cheek and the new, natural looking beard hairline design.

Note: After picture shows the density of hair follicle placement in the center of the patient's cheek and the new, natural looking beard hairline design.

 

Through techniques known as Follicular Unit Transfer (FUT) and/or Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) which move individual hair follicles from an area of greater density on the back of the scalp to areas that need increased fullness, Dr. Champagne is able to achieve a look that gives your hair improved thickness while appearing completely natural. 

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During your consultation, Dr. Champagne will discuss an entire treatment plan to help correct thin, patchy or absent facial hair in order to achieve optimal results to get you on your way to a beard you've always wanted and get you looking like one of Hollywood's elite. The completely natural-looking results grow just like your regular hair and allow you to groom it just as you would normally.

Please contact Dr. Jason Champagne to schedule a personalized, confidential consultation in which Dr. Champagne will address your goals and answer any questions you may have regarding a facial hair transplantation procedure or any other procedure we offer.

Also, if you haven't heard of it yet, visit the Movember Foundation at us.movember.com

It is a great movement that calls attention to health crises that men are facing. They address some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, and mental health and suicide prevention. The foundation calls attention to these issues by asking men to grow out their mustaches during the month of November to get a dialogue going in order to bring focus to the issues to help stop men from dying too young. If you get a chance, go check them out and help support men's health this season.