Beard and mustache transplant is performed under local anesthesia. Hair follicles with a fine structure are transplanted to the area in need. It can take approximately 6 to 8 hours.
After the beard transplantation, after the shedding period that will last from the 15th day until the 2nd month, all beards and mustaches will grow in the 9th and 12th months. The results are completely natural.
For beard and mustache transplantation, it is recommended to wait until individuals turn 18 years old to get permanent and natural results.
During the first few days after a beard transplant, the skin may become sensitive as it tries to heal. Shaving during this period can lead to wound opening and risk of infection. Generally, you can shave 10-14 days after the procedure under expert control.
The healing process after mustache transplantation may vary from person to person. In general, the full recovery process after mustache transplantation takes about 2-3 weeks. During this time, the roots of the newly transplanted mustache will strengthen and gain a natural appearance.
There is no scar after beard transplantation. In this procedure, which is performed with modern technology and expertise, a natural appearance is achieved thanks to the placement of micro grafts one by one, and scars are minimized. Therefore, you do not need to worry about scarring after transplantation.
Beard transplantation takes approximately 4 to 8 hours. However, this time may vary depending on factors such as the width of the beard area, the number of beards to be transplanted, and the method of transplantation.
After the mustache transplantation process, there may be a shock-shedding process between 2 and 4 weeks. However, it takes 6 months after the procedure for the roots to be fully in place. It should be noted that while this period may be shorter in some people, it may take longer in others. The reason for that is the different hair and follicle growth rate of each individual.