Hair Transplant From Beard? It is a cosmetic procedure performed by adding hair to the beard or mustache area. Removing this hair from another part of your body, such as the back of your scalp or neck area.
This procedure helps to obtain a natural thick beard in men who do not normally have beard growth due to a health problem such as genetics, alopecia, or facial trauma or injury.
Steps For Beard Transplantation
Hair transplant from beard procedure is performed by using local anesthesia in the areas where the hair is transplanted as well as the donor areas.
The process may take up to two hours or up to six hours depending on the size of the area to be transplanted and the number of hair follicles to be covered.
The surgeon removes the hair follicles from the donor areas in one of two ways:
FUT hair transplantation: With a single horizontal incision, a slice is taken from the back of the scalp. Then the hair follicles are separated from this section for transplantation.
FUE hair transplantation: Hair follicles are taken one by one from the back of the scalp with delicate holes resembling points. And in this case, the follicles can be removed manually or automatically with a designated device.
FUE hair transplantation is the most common hair transplant from beard procedure because it does not leave a large scar from a single incision, but results in completely invisible scars.
The surgeon then identifies markers in the beard area to help determine the desired beard shape. Then carefully begin to the hair follicles and begin transplanting them from top to bottom.
Beard Hair Transplant Results
Hair transplant from beard results are permanent and the procedure is rarely required.
You notice that the transplanted hair sheds between two and three weeks after the operation.
After about 3-4 months, you will see that the hair grows naturally.
Hair looks very short at first, but grows longer over time.