Who Is It For?

For some males, keeping a thick beard or moustache is a symbol of manhood and strength and Moreover, it is also a fashion statement among many young men. The need of beard and moustache transplantation may occur for many reasons. In some cases, various traumas and injuries may cause the aesthetic disorders and lack of moustache

How Is It Done?

The beard and moustache transplant is more tricky and technical as direction and angle of hair changes in different areas of beard and moustaches. Thus it requires greater experience and meticulous planning by the surgeon to understand the natural pattern and has to be customised accordingly. Otherwise the surgical steps of transplant essentially remain the same as in FUE hair transplant.

Surgery

The grafts are extracted from the donor site – back of the scalp. After this, these extracted grafts are transplanted on the patchy bald portions of the beard or moustache. Due to the abundant amount of hair from the donor site, almost all the patches can be covered and treated in a single sitting. The transplanted hair grow naturally like other facial hair and can be trimmed or shaved.

Back To Normal

After the painless procedure, there would be a little swelling for 2-3 days. The new hairs would come in around 1 month.