Beard and moustache transplantation involves transplanting hair roots from the donor area to the area where beard or moustache is needed. Beard and moustache are crucial elements of men's external appearance, and deformations or gaps in these areas due to genetic, hormonal, or other reasons are common. This method offers several benefits, such as not requiring epilation since the desired areas are planted as requested by the person after the operation, restoring or enhancing facial characteristics, and making the person look mature for their age.
Before the operation, a consultation is conducted to investigate the person's medical history and determine whether genetic or hormonal issuesare causing the loss of beard and moustache. Once the area to be transplanted and the root requirement are determined, a beard-moustachetransplant operation is planned to ensure aesthetic appeal, taking into account the person's preferences, facial structure, and balding patterns.The following steps are taken:
After the operation, the doctor dresses the person and provides instructions on how to care for the area in the coming days. Beards andmoustaches enter a shock-shedding phase towards the end of the first month, and the desired result is usually achieved between four to eightmonths. In addition, the following precautions should be taken: