Eyebrow, Beard and Mustache Transplantation
Hair transplantation for hair loss is not limited to hair. Hair loss can also occur in the eyebrows, beard or mustache. As a result of the accident, there may be loss of eyebrows, beard or mustach. In these cases, eeyebrows, beard or mustach transplantation can be performed. There are several points to consider during eyebrows, beard and mustach transplantation.
Beard and Mustache Transplantation
In beard transplantation, the hair follicles taken from the body or the nape area are transplanted into the beard and mustache area. In beard and mustache transplantation, the hair follicles to be transplanted into the beard area must be suitable for the beard and mustache. The hair follicles in the beard area are thinner than the hair. Therefore, the selection of the donor site is very important in beard transplantation. In beard and mustache transplantation, the hair follicles from the nape and neck area are suitable for the beard, so the nape and neck area is generally preferred as a donor.
Another important point in beard transplantation is the transplantation of hair follicles at an appropriate angle. The angle of the recipient site is very important for a natural look.
Eyebrow transplantation requires expertise in the angles and directions of the hair in the eyebrow area. During eyebrow transplantation, hair follicles taken from the donor area are carefully placed in the eyebrows. Very small channels are created in the skin to avoid scarring during eyebrow transplantation.
After eyebrow transplantation, daily life can be continued without side effects. There is another situation that must be taken into account, namely that newly implanted eyebrows grow faster than normal. Eyebrows implanted for about a year grow rapidly and then gradually return to their order.