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Everything You Need To Know About Beard Transplantation
- Sparse or less beard and mustache due to genetic reasons
- Who lost their beard and mustache completely or partially as a side effect of a treatment
- Hair loss after wounds and burns
- Local hair loss due to stress
- Being male by changing the gender
- After a detailed beard and mustache analysis, the number of hair follicles that will provide the desired level of hair growth is determined and the areas to be transplanted are marked.
- Local anesthesia with conscious sedation is applied to the patient.
- The donor area (usually the nape or temples, but the root can be transferred from other suitable parts of the body with the FUE method) is selected and the selected area is shaved.
- The required number of grafts are collected from the donor area and kept alive until the transplantation process.
- In the area to be transplanted, tiny channels are opened and roots are placed in accordance with the direction and tone of the beard.
- After the beard transplant, the transplanted areas should not come into contact with any object.
- Water should not touch the treatment area for the first 5 days.
- In order to prevent any infection in the channels opened for the procedure, it should not be entered into dusty, airless and crowded environments.
- It should not be shaved before 15 days.
- Lotions and medicines recommended by the doctor should be used.
- Swelling and redness are expected in the first five days.
- From the 3rd day, crusting begins on the skin and subsequently crusts are shed.
- Most of the transplanted hairs are shed after the 4th week and come out again after 4-6 months.
- From the 6th month, the appearance of completely natural and bushy beards begins.
- The process is permanent.
Written on 21/02/2018
Last Update: 22/04/2021