Beard Transplantation

Beard transplantation is a procedure designed to address patchy or sparse areas in the beard, enhancing facial hair growth and achieving a fuller, more aesthetically pleasing beard.

The Procedure

During a beard transplantation, hair follicles are harvested from areas with dense hair growth, usually the back or sides of the scalp (donor areas). These follicles, often extracted using Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique, are then meticulously transplanted into the beard area where hair growth is limited or absent.

Operation Duration and Techniques

The duration of a beard transplantation procedure depends on the extent of the transplantation needed. Techniques involve precise extraction of individual follicular units from the donor areas and their careful transplantation into the desired areas of the beard to create a natural-looking result.

Recovery and Follow-up

Following the procedure, patients may experience minor swelling, redness, or discomfort in both the donor and recipient areas. Most individuals can resume regular activities within a few days, and the transplanted hair initially sheds before new growth starts. Visible beard growth and increased density become more noticeable several months after the procedure. Adhering to post-operative care instructions and attending follow-up appointments are essential for optimal results.
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