The beard and mustache are the key elements of the masculine appearance because they can change the facial expression.

Having a scanty beard is assumed as an advantage to look younger, but can sometimes reduce self-esteem and masculinity.

As a result, one may feel incomplete and that affects a person psychologically.

Scars from wounds or burns can also cause having a sparse beard and one may feel uncomfortable.

Beard transplant is often used to reduce the shortage caused by injuries or burns.

How is a beard transplant performed?

Beard transplantation is done in the same way as hair transplant with the FUE method.

From what parts of the body are hair follicles extracted?

The hair follicles are extracted from different parts of the body or from the back of the head. 3000 grafts for the beard transplant and 400-800 grafts for the mustache transplant are enough. If the grafts are removed from the back of the head, the hair will not grow in that area, but being a zone of high capillary density, the lack of growth is not noticeable

Does the beard transplant leave scars?

Immediately after the implementation, spots and bleeding can be seen at the implant sites, but they are not permanent. Your skin will return to its normal appearance after showering. Thanks to advanced technology devices, this treatment can be completed without leaving scars or wounds.

When will my beard grow?

The transplanted hair will come off after two weeks of treatment. In four or eight months your beard will take its final form and grow.