Beard and moustache transplant-neograft hair clinic

   Beard and moustache transplant-neograft hair clinic


It goes without saying that a man’s beard and moustache are an important part of his overall personality. In our part of the country, a beard and a moustache are considered to be an important part of one’s appearance as well. Beard or moustache transplantation, or even both a beard and a moustache transplantation, may be required in a few specific circumstances.

1. Both a beard and a moustache are absent in the genetic makeup of the population. Some cases of Klinefelter syndrome are characterised by this symptom. Genes can be detected at a young age in cases where they have fully expressed themselves there. However, in some subtle cases, the absence of a beard and moustache is all that is visible, with only a female distribution of fat. Because of the low concentration of DHT in the bloodstream, scalp hair is extremely thick and strong in these situations.

2. In some scenarios, the beard and moustache have grown, but the growth has been unevenly distributed. Beard and moustache transplantation is the most effective treatment in such cases.
The third type of accident is burn cases in which deep burns have resulted in the destruction of hair follicles.

In all of the cases mentioned above, if we have sufficient hair density on our scalp or on other parts of our beard, we can consider having a hair transplant.

The technique for beard and moustache transplantation is nearly identical to that used for scalp hair transplantation. It remains that the slit size we use is extremely small, and the majority of the hair we use for transplant is made up of single root grafts, which is the only difference. A surgeon’s final job is a time-consuming and laborious one that requires a great deal of skill and experience.
In the case of beards and moustaches, the donor area can be the beard itself, as well as an area near the neck and under the chin. Even though the donor area can be a regular donor area, such as the scalp, we must be careful that the calibre and thickness of hair used in a facial transplant is very thin and similar to the calibre of existing facial hair.

In the case of beard and moustache transplantation / facial hair transplantation, there are a few precautions to take.
1. It is necessary to refrain from eating solid or hard foods for a few days following the procedure.
After 24 hours, it is recommended that you refrain from smiling, laughing, or making extreme facial movements.
If you suffer an injury to your face during a beard transplant, it can cause severe bleeding and even result in some bald spots on your beard once the final results are achieved.
4. Hair growth begins around two months after a beard transplant and continues for up to a year afterward.
5. We must apply specific medications to the beard after it has been transplanted in order to ensure thick and best growth.
6. Multivitamin tabs are administered for approximately 8 to 9 months to ensure that optimal blood levels of microelements are present in the bloodstream.