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Beard Transplant

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In some parts of the beard area on the faces of men, beards may not grow for various reasons. In this case, because it causes deformity, it creates negative psychological effects on people. There is also a beard transplant method as a solution to beard deficiency.

This article contains detailed information about beard transplantation. Beard transplantation is a process that gives a definite solution in cases of people who do not have a beard. Thanks to this planting, the problem is eliminated with the applications made in the areas where the beard does not grow or where the beard grows sparsely. In order to perform the beard transplant procedure, first of all, hair follicles are taken from the donor area of the neck.

These roots are then applied to the areas where there is no hair, and thus a natural beard appearance is obtained. In addition, since the grafts are taken with care in the procedure, no scars are formed in the area taken. If there is beard loss locally, the number of roots is determined in accordance with the frequency of the remaining region and the application is made. Moreover, if there is no beard on the face of the person, the number of roots is determined according to the desired frequency and the procedure is performed. In cases where the beard is not completely, approximately 2000 to 5000 roots are needed.

In addition, the beard may not grow due to wounds or burns on the human face, and beard transplants are recommended for such problems. Beard transplantation process starts from the age range of 20-22. After the beard transplantation process is completed, the area where the beard transplantation is performed is seen as red due to coagulated blood. After 24 or 48 hours, the redness will go away and the beards will be seen by cleaning the coagulation areas.

Since the body will feed the transplanted beard roots, bleeding may occur in the planted areas. These bleedings disappear in approximately 1-2 weeks. Furthermore, acne can be seen in the areas where beard transplantation is performed during this period, and this is natural.

New beards take on the thick and hardened bristle structure over time. Beard roots are strengthened by regular and careful shaving. In order for the facial area not to be destroyed and the beard transplant process to give a successful result, it is necessary not to shave for 3-4 weeks after the hair transplant process. After 3-4 weeks of hair transplantation, you should consult your doctor and shave.

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