Beard Transplantation

Beard transplant, which has become increasingly popular among men, is actually a form of hair transplant apply face. It is carried out by transplanting the hair follicles taken from the scalp to the areas where there is sparse or no hair in the beard and mustache area of men.

Lack of beard can be seen locally in the face of men. Particularly in the chin, cheeks, sideburns, and mustache areas, such complaints are encountered. Besides, this process can be applied to hide acne scars or other scars on the face. Hair root losses in the beard and mustache area can occur for various reasons. This condition can be inherited, as well as can occur after laser hair removal, needle epilation, surgical operations, or burns.

In beard transplant, densification can be done with the roots to be transplanted to sparse areas, as well as transplanting to areas with no hair. Thus, the beard-mustache design desired by the person can be made.

Although the number of roots to be used in beard transplant is variable, an average of 350-500 roots are needed for the mustache, 600-700 for the chin area, 200-250 for the sideburns, 300-700 roots for the cheek area.

The hair follicles to be transplanted are taken from the neck area or temples. Where the roots will be taken from is decided according to the condition of the hairs in the transplantation area. In which region the hairs are more similar to the area where they will be transplanted, the roots are taken from there. However, there is an important point that the patient should not forget. If the patient is considering having a hair transplant in the future, the number of follicles to be used for hair transplantation decreases in the beard transplant procedure. Because the area where hair follicles are taken for hair transplantation and beard transplant is the same. The person who wants to have beard transplant in the future should consider this. Adjusting the color distribution, angle and directions of the transplanted hairs is the tricky part of this procedure.

Beard transplant is performed under local anesthesia and sedation and lasts for 2-5 hours and is almost painless. After the procedure, tiny scabs form around the transplanted roots. The transplanting area must be kept absolutely dry and not touched. The patient should not shave for 10 days after the procedure. Therefore, after the operation, the patient should adjust the workplace rules or the timing of the invitations to attend. The patient is discharged on the day of the operation. The patient can return to his daily routine, with avoiding heavy physical exercises. However, it will be understood that a procedure has been performed on the patient’s face for another 4-5 days. The hairs at the ends of the transplanted roots begin to shed after about two weeks, this is not a problem to cause concern. In a very short time, the shed beard will be replaced by new ones. The patient’s strictly following the doctor’s recommendations before and after the procedure will ensure that this procedure goes without any problems and the best result is achieved.

If you wanted to more information on FUT Technique Istanbul you can contact our international patient coordinators, who can speak English, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian and French, are obtainable 24/7, and are always ready to help. You can get information about Beard transplant cost.

Also, you can see our patients’ Beard transplant before and after photos on our website.