Beard transplantation is just an aspect of hair transplantation for your beard zone in your face. For several reasons such as genetics, skin disorders, autoimmune diseases and alopecia aerate, men might have thin or no beard at all.
There are no known medical or cosmetic cures for growing a new beard. Therefore, beard transplantation seems to be the only way. Although there were no treatments for lost beard, eyebrow and hair in the past, now it is quite possible to fix these problems with growing technology and innovations in the field of medicine.
Who can benefit from beard transplant?
- Those with thin beard
- Those with no beard/mustache
- Those with scars in beard area
Things to do after beard transplant
You are required to come for a medical check the following day. When you do this, you no longer need to come for another medical dressing. All you need to do is to wash your face as instructed by your specialist.
You can shorten your beard 15 days after the operation. As grafts are not truly implanted in your skin, you are warned to use scissors most carefully. You are going to lose your beard 2-3 weeks after the operation and you are going to see them grow again within 2-3 months. Grafts are completely implanted in your skin within 6 months and your beard gets into a normal growth circulation.
You can contact us now if you want to receive the best and most professional beard transplant service!