Beard transplantation is a process that occurs as a result of people wanting their beards to be thicker or wider. This procedure is done by removing the patient's hair follicles one by one and placing them in the targeted area.
How does the beard transplant process work?
Medical evaluation: First, the patient should see your doctor for a medical evaluation. The doctor will evaluate the patient's hair condition and general health and create an appropriate treatment plan.
Anesthesia: Before the beard transplant procedure, the patient will be anesthetized with anesthesia. This ensures that the patient remains comfortable and pain-free during the procedure.
Determination of the transplantation area: The doctor will determine the patient's area where beard transplantation should be done. This area will be the area to be used for the removal of the patient's own hair follicles.
Removal of follicles: The doctor will remove the patient's hair follicles one by one from the planting area. These follicles will be used to fill the areas where the beard is missing.
Processing the transplant area: The doctor will make a small incision to process the missing area. These incisions allow the patient's hair follicles to be placed in the targeted area.
Placement of follicles: The doctor will place the patient's hair follicles in the targeted area. This allows the patient's beard to appear thicker or wider.
Beard transplantation can be done at the request of the patient and it may take several months to see the results. However, each patient's results may be different and it is important to follow the advice given by the doctor. In order to prevent complications such as infection or irritation that may occur after the procedure, the patient should follow the doctor's instructions. In addition, the patient needs to pay attention to hair care and maintenance.