Beard-Mustache Transplantation; familial factors include the transfer of hair follicles from the donor area to non-beard areas in order to ensure that those who do not have a beard or are missing in certain areas of their face due to their genetic structure, accidents or various diseases, have a more uniform appearance.
In beard-mustache transplantation, FUE method or DHI technique is used similar to hair transplantation. If the roots in your face and neck are insufficient, different parts of the body can also be used as donor sites.
In the operation performed under local anesthesia, no serious pain or leakage is observed. . In the postoperative period, there is no scar or suture.
Beard-mustache transplantation operations, which last for approximately 2-3 hours, is a micro-surgical operation that can be performed to anyone who has a general health condition after 24 years of age.
The grooves on the skin are opened with needles called punch micro punch ındaki with a diameter of 0.6 - 0.7 mm. In this way, no trace of the operation occurs.
As with hair transplantation, the patient does not need to be hospitalized after beard-mustache transplantation.
Small red dots may occur after the operation. These red spots are blood clots and are useful for nourishing the cultivated beard roots. They disappear completely in about one week.
After the second week, the beard-mustache can be shortened with scissors.
After the second week, an event called shock shedding takes place. After the shock is shed, the whole of the beard grows between 4 and 8 months.
After the operation, it is recommended to shave the beard after 1 month in order to keep the roots in place.