Beard Hair Transplant
A patchy or scant beard is a very common problem, but until recently, there was no treatment for beard hair restoration. With the most recent hair transplant techniques, beard hair restoration has become a reality, though one must proceed with caution.
Hair follicles are extracted from the patient's scalp, just like in a traditional hair transplant (from the back and sides, as this area forms the safe donor area). These hairs are then inserted into the face to form a beard. Patchy areas can be filled depending on the desired look, and you can choose to design a thick and sculpted beard. Even though the process appears to be simple, it is extremely complicated for the following reasons.
Unless the doctor is highly trained, implanting facial hair is a difficult task. The beard grows in an unusual manner, and the hairs are positioned at an unusual angle. Implantation necessitates extremely precise grid planning as well as mathematical calculations of how many hairs should be implanted in each grid.
The doctor must be very artistic when designing the beard line and keep the natural irregularities of a beard in mind. Otherwise, the outcome may appear very natural.
It is also essential to understand the doctor's technique for implanting hairs in the beard area. Most doctors use scalpels to make slits into which the extracted hairs are inserted. This technique might leave visible scars on the face and produces very unnatural results due to the lack of control over the angle, depth, and direction of the implanted hair. Make sure you get clear insrtructions from your doctor before going through this.
DHI Beard Hair Transplant
Hair transplantation to any part of the body and face is now possible using the DHI technique. DHI's beard transplants can help you grow a thick, full, and natural beard. DHI can add a filling to a smaller area, cover patchiness, or achieve a thick, full beard, depending on your goals.
Transplanted hair follicles are selected one by one to match the beard, and DHI's patented device allows for complete control over the angle, depth, and direction of the implanted hair, resulting in 100% natural results.
Advantage of DHI Beard Transplantation
Beard transplantation creates long-lasting, natural-looking results! There is no need to be concerned about scalpels, stitches, or scarring.
DHI can create the look you want, whether it's just some patchiness covered up, a fuller moustache, or a full beard. The first step is to schedule a confidential consultation to discuss your options and ask any questions you may have.
After the Beard Transplantation
After the beard transplanting process, patients may experience redness and swelling in the transplant location.
Although these symptoms are quite normal, they will disappear in a few of days..
Following beard transplantation, which is a surgical process, the patient should follow the doctor’s advice and give special attention to the transplant area..
This circumstance is critical since the grafts used in the freshly performed beard transplant need time to adapt and adhere to the area..
Following the appropriate suggestions for this procedure guarantees that the beard transplant process is completed..
The Recovery Period After Beard Transplantation
Following beard transplantation, a process takes place in which the grafts transplanted in the area bond and achieve the desired effect.
We have described in detail the scenarios that may arise during this phase, known as the recovery process.
The skin on the region heals entirely one week after the beard transplanting.Natural effects such as redness and swelling on the region may be seen to diminish.
After a month, the beards had grown to be entirely visible.
Beards that grow and form themselves will begin to draw notice.
Shedding, one of the most normal side effects after transplant surgery, will start gradualy after the first month.
In this instance, a maximum of 80% of the grafts put may be poured.
Individuals experience anxiety as a result of this condition, which is entirely natural.
Beards may be seen growing again in the third month and later.
Following that, there will be no shedding and the beards will continue to grow.
After healing, the beards may be shaved as desired.