Beard And Mustache Transplant
Beard and mustache transplant is a cosmetic procedure.
During a beard or mustache transplant grafts are removed from one part of the body (typically the back of the scalp) and transplanted to the face area to give the person thicker beard. Men who want a fuller beard or mustache have been increasingly opting for this treatment in recent years.
FUE (follicular unit extraction method) is a common technique used during the process of beard transplant.
Compared to the conventional FUT (follicular unit transplantation) method, the FUE method is a more innovative and effective procedure. The FUE method includes the use of a tiny punch tool to individually remove each graft from the head rather than removing a strip of scalp tissue as in the FUT method. The grafts are then implanted into the targeted region of the face. The FUE method is less invasive, less painful, and has a quicker recovery period.
- Beard and mustache transplants can result in facial hair that looks natural and can be styled to match the person’s natural hair.
- The grafts that have been transplanted are resistant to shedding and will continue to grow over time.
- The ability to develop more consistent, fuller facial hair.
- The ability to fill in patches or bald spots in the mustache and beard.
- Increased confidence and self-worth
- Beard and mustache transplant result in facial hair that looks natural and can be styled match the person’s natural hair.
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There are several different techniques used in hair transplant surgery, including Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), Sapphire FUE, and Direct Hair Implantation (DHI).
FUE is a minimally invasive technique that involves extracting individual hair follicles from a donor area of the scalp, usually at the back of the head, using a small, specialized tool. The follicles are then transplanted to the bald or thinning areas of the scalp. FUE results in less scarring and a shorter recovery time compared to traditional hair transplant methods.
Sapphire FUE is a variation of the FUE technique that uses a specialized tool made of sapphire to create incisions for hair follicle extraction. The use of sapphire is believed to result in less trauma to the scalp, less bleeding, and faster healing time. Sapphire FUE is particularly beneficial for patients with curly or coarse hair, as the sapphire blade allows for more precise incisions that can accommodate the unique angle and direction of curly hair follicles.
DHI is a technique that involves using a specialized tool called a Choi implanter to insert the hair follicles directly into the recipient area without the need for incisions. This technique allows for greater control over the angle, depth, and direction of each implanted hair follicle, resulting in a more natural-looking hairline. DHI is particularly beneficial for patients who require a smaller number of hair grafts or who have limited donor hair available.
Each hair transplant technique has its own unique advantages and disadvantages, and the best technique for each patient will depend on their individual needs and goals.
The length of a hair transplant operation can vary depending on several factors, including the extent of the hair loss, the number of hair grafts needed, and the technique used. In general, a typical hair transplant procedure can take anywhere from 4 to 8 hours to complete.
The short answer is yes. Creating a natural looking hairline in the design stage before the hair operation is very important for overall natural looking hair. The depth and direction of the channels created during the surgery play a significant role
Your hair will start growing in 3 months after the surgery, in 6 months you can observe some satisfying results however full results are generally obtained 12 months after the operation. After that hair continues to grow for a lifetime.
In one session the maximum number of grafts that can be transplanted is 5000-5500 grafts. For most patients, one hair transplant session is enough to eliminate the balding problem. For more information please send us your photos so we can analyze your condition and tell you how many grafts and how many sessions you need.
The nape region, also referred to as the “donor area,” is the most typical location from which donor hair is extracted during hair transplant surgery. This is due to the hair’s tendency to be thicker and more closely packed in this region, which makes it usually more resistant to balding.
The most common area from which donor hair is taken for hair transplant surgery is the nape area (the back and sides of the head), which is also known as the “donor area.” This is because the hair in this area is typically more resistant to balding and tends to be thicker and more densely packed.
However, in some rare cases hair transplant experts might have to use donor hair from the beard, chest, or back, among other places on the patient’s body. This is called “body hair transplantation,” is frequently used when there is insufficient donor hair in the nape region or if the patient has had numerous hair transplant surgeries.
A hair is a single, thin strand of protein that grows from the hair follicle located in the dermis of the skin. A graft, on the other hand, is a small section of skin that contains hair follicles. During hair transplant grafts are removed from a donor area, typically the back of the head, and transplanted to a recipient area where hair growth is desired. Each hair transplant unit (graft), is taken from the patient’s own scalp, which is the reason why the transplanted hair has a natural look and it is permanent. One graft contains 1-5 hair follicles.
The short answer is that it depends on the technique used for hair transplant, the FUT method leaves a single-line wound scar in the nape area between the two ears where hair follicles are extracted whereas FUE and DHI methods leave very little to no noticeable scars in the donor area. We prefer the FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) and DHI (Direct Hair Implantation) methods where grafts are harvested individually from the scalp in the nape area with the help of a Micromotor leaving very little to no scars.
The FUE method has many advantages including; visually undetectable scars, more comfortable, faster recovery time, less pain, less risk of any infections, better results and healthier hair, also there is no general anaesthesia required during FUE hair transplant.
Thanks to the “Choi” pen used during the DHI method, faster planting is possible and the recovery time and hair growth are faster. The DHI method is also performed without the need for any incision. However, the reason why so many patients prefer the DHI method is that it does not require shaving the hair during the transplantation process.
Transplanted hair can last a lifetime, but it is important to note that the hair in areas not transplanted may continue to thin naturally with age. Additionally, transplanted hair is subject to the same environmental factors and styling practices as one’s original hair, so proper care is important to maintain the health and longevity of the transplanted hair.
Hair transplant is considered a very safe operation with very minimal side effects like redness and swelling, and itching there are usually very mild and will go away within a few days. Rarely side effects such as infection, can also happen sometimes if you choose an inexperienced team to perform the surgery or if you do not follow the instructions they provide for you after hair transplant and do not take care of your new hair.
Yes, beard hair can be transplanted using the same techniques as scalp hair transplantation. In fact, beard hair transplantation has become increasingly popular in recent years as more men seek to achieve fuller and more defined beards. The procedure involves extracting individual hair follicles from a donor area of the scalp or beard, and then transplanting them to the desired area of the beard using FUE or another hair transplantation technique. The transplanted hair follicles will continue to grow in their new location and can be trimmed, styled, and cared for just like natural beard hair.
The success rate of hair transplant surgery varies depending on a number of factors, such as the type of procedure used, the skill and experience of the surgeon, the quality and quantity of donor hair, and the patient’s overall health and lifestyle factors. However, in general, hair transplant surgery has a high success rate and is considered to be a safe and effective long term treatment for hair loss.
According to the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS), the overall success rate for hair transplant surgery is over 90%, with most patients experiencing significant improvement in the appearance of their hair within 6 to 12 months after the procedure. The success rate can vary depending on the specific technique used, with some techniques having higher success rates than others.
Additionally, it is important for patients to follow post-operative instructions and to maintain a healthy lifestyle in order to optimize the success of the procedure.