Beard Transplantation


Beard Transplantation

How is beard transplantation done?

Beard is not like hair because it can be found in very different densities from person to person. Someone with a markedly sparse beard may not be bothered by this. For this reason, a beard is not needed very often in planting. If there is a regional beard loss, in this case, the planting is planned according to the beard density in the surrounding area and harmonized with the environment. If the beard is completely absent, then 1000-3000 roots can be planted depending on the frequency and limit desired by the person. Planting 400 roots each in the mustache and chin area, 100 roots in the favorite areas, and 1000 roots in total in a full corner provides a significant change in appearance. Beard transplantation is performed by taking hair follicles from the thin-wire area just above the nape or from the tops of the ears. In beard transplantation, the FUE method is applied to those who accept haircut, and the FUT method to those who do not. Unnecessary hairs on the lower beard area, chest, lower parts of the neck and cheekbones can also be planted in order to tighten the less frequent areas of the beard. Root removal from these areas, which do not look beautiful due to the dense beard, provides a separate advantage as it provides permanent hair removal in the area.

What will the recovery process be like after beard transplant treatment?

After beard transplantation, there is no trace on the body or on the back of the neck. Due to the blood clot that comes out of the place where the needles used immediately after planting in the planted area, there is a dark red appearance, but this appearance is cleaned in the first bath. In order for the transplanted beard to be fed better by the body, there is an increase in blood supply in the planting area and accordingly, small rednesses occur at the bottom of the hair. This slightly red image disappears in 1-2 weeks. After the 2nd week, some of the transplanted beard and mustache experience a temporary shedding called shock shedding. 4-8 months after the temporary shedding, all the spills come out again. The result is natural and permanent.

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