Throughout history, facial hair has always been a sign of masculinity for men. In most cultures, beard and mustache symbolize wisdom, prosperity, and strength. That’s why facial hair loss can affect men’s psychology negatively. Some men may not grow a full beard or mustache because of hereditary conditions, immune diseases, scarring or aging. In some cases, beard or mustache may even disappear completely. Thanks to cutting-edge technology, it is possible to grow a healthy and full beard, mustache or sideburns with facial hair transplant.
How is Facial Hair Transplant Performed?
Facial Hair Transplant, also known beard transplant, mustache transplant or sideburn transplant, is a type of hair transplantation procedure in which the surgeon collects the hairs from the donor area, namely the back of the scalp, and transplant it to the beard, mustache or sideburn areas by using FUE technique. As individual hair follicles are extracted directly from the scalp with this technique, there is no stitching process, which means less pain during and after the operation.
Are there any risks of Facial Hair Transplant?
Even if the complications and risks are very rare in facial hair transplant procedure, some patients may have swelling, redness, scarring in the newly transplanted areas and also the patients may experience some pain and sensitivity in the donor and transplanted areas. If the patient looks after the donor and newly transplanted areas as the surgeon has instructed, they will not face any problems.
Is Facial Hair Transplant a Big Procedure?
Beard transplant or Moustache transplant is not a big procedure. The whole procedure may take 2-3 hours. It is performed under local anesthetic. That’s why you do not need to worry about it. However, before your facial hair transplant, you need to search for the clinic and surgeon thoroughly. If you have chosen an inexperienced surgeon or clinic for your beard transplant or mustache transplant, you might not be pleased with your facial hair transplant.