Beard means a lot for men. Those who want to show their style, to be liked by women, and even to draw a respectable image believe in the power of their beard. Beard is a sign of masculinity and is a natural make-up element for them. In contrast, the fact that the beard is not in the desired shape and size is a complete disappointment. With beard transplantation operation, men are now getting the beard in their dreams.
What is Beard Transplantation?
A man completes his beard acquisition by the age of 19-20. For those who do not have healthy beards even if they are over 20 years of age, and face with aesthetic beard problems due to regional irregularities or wound, burn problems, beard transplantation comes into play.
Beard transplantation is an operation done for the problem area to get desired beard frequency and shape. Those whose beard does not come off, or with a blunt beard because of an injury or burn or with an asymmetrical beard now reach the beard of their dreams with beard transplantation. It is a problem for many men that the beard never comes out, doesn't exist in certain areas, or is asymmetrical. Some even feel bad because of this image when their beard grows. Patients who are faced with all these problems are delighted with the results of the beard transplantation operation.
Considering the psychological dimensions of the beard, it is much better understood that a beard is a feature needed by men as a sign of masculinity. In the process of completion of adolescence, sound thickening, height, and weight change, as well as beard gain, are significant for a man.
How to Do Beard Transplantation?
Before starting beard transplantation, it is clarified what kind of beard the patient wants, how much beard transplanting is done, and in which angles it will be transplanted. For this, good planning should be done, and specialist doctors should be in charge. How to do beard transplantation? What are the latest technological methods applied? A specialist doctor who is an expert in all these issues should be searched.
The doctor marks the area or areas where the beard is to be transplanted before the operation. The information is transferred to the computer, and after the beard transplantation, the patient's beard shape is shown to the patient. Beard implantation, which is the same as the FUE hair transplantation technique, is performed with local anesthesia and sedation. The operation may last between 2-5 hours.
The FUE technique is a painless operation, but crusting in the area of the transplanted roots can be seen after the operation. During the operation, the places where the needle is pierced get bloody in the shape of points, and then these areas form a crust.
The donor site for beard implantation is the lower part of the beard, the chest, the lower part of the beck of the neck, or the cheekbone hair if any. The hair on the cheekbone is annoying for many men. The hair follicles here can be transferred to the sparse area.
After Beard Implantation
After beard implantation, there is no scar or implication that shows beard implantation has been done. The transplanted area should be kept dry, and it is necessary to wait for the crusts to fall on their own within two weeks. The growth of new beards aftershock shedding is a 4 to 8 month period. At the end of this process, the beard begins to grow permanently.
In beard transplantation, the person is his own donor without any side effects. The hairs are taken from the patient's own tissue and placed in the sparse, scarred, or burned area. Thus, the beard area of the face is both symmetrical and aesthetic, with its beard appearance at the desired density.
Very successful results are obtained in the beard transplantation with the FUE technique, which is demanded all over the world. After the operation, the patient gets the beard appearance of their dreams, and their quality of life increases with full self-confidence.