I want a bigger beard, I only have a small one. What can I do? (Photo)
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You could try Propecia but in order to have a fuller beard you will probably need to get a hair transplant from the scalp to the rest of your facial hair. I recommend seeing a doctor for an in person consultation to come up with a strategy for what it will look like as well as to hear what is and isn't feasible given your budget.
Beard hair is a genetic trait similar to the color of your eyes and hair.
Beard hair is a genetic trait similar to the color of your eyes and hair. Some people are born with the gene for no facial hair. Beard hair transplant may be one option to have more facial hair.
Want a bigger beard
you may easily solve your problem by having a FUE hair transplant from from scalp to beard area to restore that small beard mass. Operation needs 3000-3500 grafts and takes about 6-7 hours under local anesthesia.
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FUE for a fuller beard
It is very common for many men to want a fuller beard. The most natural and best solution for it is through an FUE procedure. Via this method we can fill in your beard, mustache, side burns, and even your eyebrows.
It is always an option to get a hair transplant. I would suggest going to a hair transplant specialist and ask them if you are a candidate.
Many young men want to accelerate their beard growth and ask about it. It takes age (genetic triggers which occur in family lines) so if you want to find out when your beard will grow out, you need to find out when your father or grandfather started to grow their beard. Hormones should have kicked in nicely by the time a man reaches 18 but he must wait out his genetics as hormone alone are not responsible for the onset of beard grown. Beard transplants can be done when the young man is a bit older (over 25) if the beard has not grown in yet
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