Beard Transplant

Beard Transplant

A beard transplant is a form of hair transplant where the hair is taken from another part of the body, usually the back of the neck or under the chin and transplanted to the face. During hair transplant procedure an average of 4,000 to 7,000 hairs can be transplanted. It is possible to graft two hairs at once to give a more natural and healthy appearance to the beard. Since this procedure takes place on the face, extra care must be taken for the direction of grafting for the hair to grow in the right way.aliquam. Ut est eros, porta eu ex ut, sagittis.

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Beard Transplant Cost

Beard Transplant Operation in the UK is usually an expensive operation. As such it is always advantageous to have this operation done in a country where currency exchange rates are favorable. Turkey is one of the best locations in the world in this regard.

A factor that determines the beard transplant cost is the skill of the team conducting the operation. Another factor is the number of follicles that need to be transplanted. As such, the cost of a hair or beard transplantation operation is almost always determined after a consultation, during which the doctor determines the extent of the procedure in accordance with the patient’s wishes and expectations to have the best results.

Beard Transplant Results

One of the greatest advantages of a beard transplant is that the patient can choose their beard style just like they choose their hairstyle. It is possible to check images of different types of beards, in addition to some before and after examples and consult the surgeon in the clinic to have a beard style that the patient will like.

It is vitally important to understand that results are not instantaneous. Although it varies case by case, It takes approximately three months for the transplanted beard follicles to start to grow in with the original beard hairs, and after this, there should be no sign that procedure was ever performed.

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Are You the Right Candidate for Beard Transplant?

Sadly, not everyone is a good candidate for a beard transplant. It is necessary to have a consultation with the clinic and the doctor before the procedure to see if the patient fits the criteria for the beard transplant. Patients also must have realistic expectations from the beard transplant procedure.

Beard transplant surgery is done with the same technology used to perform hair transplant surgery. As such, the patient must have a sufficient number of hairs in a donor area that adequately match the color and texture of the existing beard in order to be a good candidate for the procedure. This usually is not a problem for the majority of candidates.

If a person has a thinning beard or one with uneven patches of growth, has scarring in the beard region of the face from accidents, surgeries, burns, or another traumatic event that one wishes to conceal, wants to have a thicker, fuller beard the one they have currently, wants to have a fuller, thicker mustache or sideburns, then that person can usually be a good candidate for beard transplant.

Before / After

Frequently asked questions

  • When will I shave my beard?

    On average, in three weeks all of the hair from the newly transplanted beard will fall off. This is normal and expected. After this, the newly transplanted beard will grow normally within the time frame set by the doctor and it will look and function like anyone else's.

  • How long will the operation last?

    The patient will need to take a sick day for the transplant itself, which can take up to five hours depending on the number of grafts taken. After that, under normal conditions, a few days of slight swelling and redness is usually the worst after effect.

  • Are there any risks?

    As with any medical or surgical procedure, a beard transplant also carries some risks. It is possible to experience bruising, swelling, redness, pain, even scarring. These are the same risks with a regular hair transplant. Since Follicular Unit Extraction is done with local anesthesia, this means that the risks associated with general anesthesia don’t apply, whether it’s for a hair or a beard transplant.

  • Are there any side effects?

    In most cases, the hair used for beard transplants comes from the back of the nave. Under ideal condition, the surgeon only takes one out of every fifth hair, so while the donor area may look slightly thinner, it won’t be immediately obvious.

  • Will the results look natural?

    As long as the beard transplant procedure is done by an experienced surgeon and a well trained, skilled healthcare support team, the results will look natural. It is also important to choose a surgeon who specializes in hair transplants to achieve the best results.

  • Is Beard Transplant surgery painful?

    The incisions made during the beard transplant procedure are tiny, so they will not produce a pain stronger than a small pinch. Follicular Unit Extraction is also done with local anesthesia, which helps to alleviate any pain the patient may feel. This means that the risks associated with general anesthesia as in other plastic surgery procedures don’t apply, whether it’s for hair, eyebrow or a beard transplant.

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