Beard transplantation, which is a growing demand nowadays, is actually applied to the face like hair transplantation processes that have been practiced for a long time. It is based on the transplantation of hair follicles taken from the scalp in the beard and mustache regions of men, to areas where hairs are rare or absent.
This procedure can be applied to the chin, cheeks, mustache and sideburn area. This process can also be applied to conceal acne scars or other scars.
Is it a problem that no beard grows?
It is normal for a young man to complete his beard formation by the age of 19-20. However, if the beard is not completed or ruminated until the age of 20, it may be considered as beardless. It is unfortunately not possible to gain beard naturally after those ages. After this stage, beard transplantation is the only option.
HOW TO PERFORM BEARD TRANSPLANTATION?
Beard transplantation is performed under local anesthesia and sedation and lasts for 2-5 hours. The procedure is generally painless. After the procedure, tiny shells are observed around the transplanted roots. The planting area should be kept dry and not touched.
You are not supposed to shave for 10 days after the procedure. Therefore, it is important that you have made the necessary arrangements in your workplace and daily life in terms of transaction timing.
At the end of the planted roots, the hairs begin to fall out after about two weeks, but there is nothing to worry about because after about three months the hairs begin to grow again.
For the success of the procedure or to avoid infection or scars; you should do your post-maintenance care very well as instructed.
You should consult your doctor and follow the steps.