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Beard Transplantation

What is beard transplantation?

Beard transplantation is a process to restore beard hair that has been lost permanently.

 

Why do beards lose hair?

In most cases, hormonal causes will come first. Other reasons are various infections such as fungal diseases or hair loss from stress and accidents.

 

Beard Transplantation methods

As a beard transplant method, FUE is widely used. Using this technique, the transplantation area is canalized in advance to implant hair follicles.

 

What is the process of FUE?

Firstly, the transplantation area is determined to run preliminary assessments. In this step, computer programs can be used to simulate results. After this assessment phase, hair follicles will be extracted from the back of your neck and will be transplanted to the assessed area. After the transplantation, the beard rotation should be 30 degrees. Follicles must be transferred one by one.

 

Important notes after beard transplantation

It is crucial to take care of your face after the operation. One should not touch the transplant area or get hit in the face. Also, sleeping face-down is not recommended. Your doctor will give you further details after the surgery.

Beard transplantation is a rather challenging process relative to scalp hair transplantation. It would help if you carefully choose the right doctor and hospital. Otherwise, you might get unpleasant results. Demand a log of previous operation details, if available. Do not forget that you can mask your hair but not your face.

Just like the other transplantation operations, yes, it is.

Beard hair will start to grow after 2 or 3 months. After the 3rd month, the beard will begin getting its final shape and have grown entirely within 12 months.

After the transplantation, the transplant area will be reddish. Then these red marks will become scabbed. Within a week, the scabs will have healed and disappeared.

There won’t be any scarring after the operation.

Not at all. The whole process will be carried out with local anesthesia. Since there’s no cutting or sewing in the process, there’s no risk of infection or bleeding.

Since the process includes local anesthesia, there will be none.

It is dependent on the size of the transplant area. The process, including food breaks and the preparation phase, will take approximately 5 to 7 hours.

Anyone above 21 can undergo a beard transplant. It doesn’t matter if you lose your beard through natural causes or an accident such as a burn.

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