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What Is a Beard And Mustache Transplant

Growing a beard can be a challenge for individuals experiencing facial hair loss, a common occurrence similar to hair loss on the head. Facial hair transplantation emerges as a viable solution. Beard and mustache transplantation, a non-surgical procedure, involves transferring hair follicles from the donor area (typically the back of the head) to the recipient area, addressing the chin and mustache regions.

Beard And Mustache Transplant Techniques

The techniques employed in beard and mustache transplants closely mirror those of traditional hair transplants, with a notable preference for the DHI technique in this context. The DHI technique, facilitating the direct implantation of harvested follicles using a CHOI Implanter, stands out as the most utilized and recommended method.

  1. DHI Technique: Ideal for beard and mustache transplants, this technique employs a Micro Motor to harvest follicles from the donor area, and a CHOI Implanter facilitates direct implantation. The process, taking 6-8 hours, can transplant up to 3,500 hair follicles.
  2. Mega DHI Technique: Utilizing Choi pens over two consecutive days, the Mega DHI technique allows for the transplantation of a maximum of 7,000 hair follicles, enhancing density and attractiveness.
  3. Extremely DHI Technique: Similar to the DHI technique, the Extremely DHI technique extends the session to 12-15 hours, enabling the transplantation of up to 5,000 follicles.

Candidates For Beard And Mustache Transplantation

To be considered an ideal candidate for beard and mustache transplantation, individuals should meet specific conditions:

  1. Possessing an incomplete beard.
  2. Being in good general health.
  3. Having healthy hair in the donor area.
  4. Being over 25 years old.
  5. Having no skin diseases that may hinder the transplant.

Pre-Instructions For The Beard And Mustache Transplant

Successful preparation for the procedure involves adhering to these essential instructions:

  1. Abstain from alcohol consumption for at least a week before the transplant.
  2. Cease smoking two weeks prior to the procedure.
  3. Avoid blood thinners, including natural drinks like green tea.
  4. Stop taking painkillers containing aspirin or Ibuprofen ingredients.
  5. Maintain a healthy and balanced diet before the operation.

Beard And Mustache Transplantation Stages

The stages of beard and mustache transplantation mirror those of scalp hair transplantation:

  1. Clinical examination to define donor area density and bald areas on the chin.
  2. Medical tests, including blood and skin tests, to ensure suitability for the operation.
  3. Preparation for harvesting, including shaving the donor area and administering local anesthesia.
  4. Harvesting hair follicles using a Micro Motor and preserving them in a saline solution.
  5. Implantation stage using Choi Pens, opening channels with a single click and simultaneously implanting follicles.

Post-Instructions For The Beard And Mustache Transplant

Following the operation, adhering to post-instructions is crucial for successful results:

  1. Maintain an upright head position.
  2. Avoid water contact with implanted areas for at least 72 hours.
  3. Refrain from strenuous activities or exercise for 15 days.
  4. Protect from sunlight, heat, and high humidity for a month.
  5. Abstain from swimming in the sea for three months and in the pool for two months.
  6. Avoid smoking for at least two months.
  7. Refrain from Turkish baths or saunas for a month.
  8. Consider PRP (Plasma needles) to strengthen implanted follicles.
  9. Adhere to prescribed treatments and medications for faster recovery and beard growth support.
  10. Abstain from sexual intercourse for a week.
  11. Protect implanted hair follicles from rain or dust by not standing directly under them.
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Local anesthesia is administered to minimize discomfort during the procedure. Patients may experience some mild discomfort or swelling postoperatively, which can be managed with prescribed medications.

Recovery varies, but patients can typically resume normal activities within a few days. It's common to experience redness or swelling initially, which gradually subsides. Full results are visible several months after the procedure.

Yes, the transplanted hair is permanent. However, the natural aging process may affect the surrounding facial hair over time.

Like any surgical procedure, there are potential risks, but complications are rare. Possible side effects include swelling, redness, or minor scarring. Adhering to postoperative care instructions minimizes these risks.

Initial results may be visible within a few weeks, but the full outcome becomes apparent as the transplanted hair follicles grow and blend with existing facial hair, typically within several months.

Absolutely. The procedure allows for customization of beard style. Patients can work with their surgeon to design the desired beard and mustache shape.

Minimal maintenance is needed, similar to caring for natural facial hair. Regular grooming and trimming are recommended to maintain the desired look.