A beard transplant is a method of hair restoration in which the surgeon transplants beard hair to the scalp using follicular unit extraction techniques (FUE) and tools. Beard transplants can also refer to any procedure that reconstructs a new beard, or enhances an existing beard – for these reconstructive beard surgeries, the surgeon transplants scalp hair to areas of the face as needed on a case-by-case basis. Using beard hair as a restorative method is not used by many clinics, and is generally considered a fringe procedure.
How much does a beard transplant cost?
Beard transplants doesn’t come cheap, and how much it does cost will dependent on many factors:
the number of grafts being transplanted, the number of surgical sessions required, and the surgical technique employed.
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More U.S. hair transplant patients are travelling to Tijuana, Mexico for their procedures, seeking the highly-effective FUE surgery technique. Unlike costly procedures in the U.S we offer hair transplant surgery with the best medical equipment at top quality facilities gives you best results for 70% less in cost.
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-Best Hair Surgeons
-Qualified Medical Team
-Starting from $2,300 dlls.
Our prices are the most affordable in Mexico and the world and we do not sacrifice the quality of the procedure. Ours costs are dramatically lower, nearly 70% of the costs in USA.
Our prices are among the most competitive in the country. Competitive prices are partly because of the competitive nature of cosmetic surgery in general in Tijuana , Mexico , just across to border town from San Diego, Ca.
But competitive prices also are the result of our business plan which includes modest marketing and sales budgets relative to many of the other transplant centers who utilize satellite sales offices, correspondingly large marketing budgets and, too often, a high volume of transplants at a higher cost per graft.