Beard & Moustache Transplantation
Beard and moustache transplantation is taking a living bristle root from any part of the body and planting it to the particular eyebrow area.
Although it seems ideal to transplantate because of not growing, arm or leg hair is not much preferred in beard and moustache transplantation, because their roots are pale and it makes transplantation difficult.
The most important source in beard and moustache transplantation is nape bristles which is used in both types, the most important issue about these bristles is that they grow as soon as they are planted. The person should be informed that it will grow like the hair.
Although it is considered as if there will be a distress at first sight, the patients learn to give a new shape to their beards in a few times and apply it smoothly.
According to the number of roots to be transplantated, holding up the hairs existing on the nape, a horizontal area of a length of 5-10 cm and 1 cm width is shaved and roots are taken from this area. After finishing taking and planting operation, when leaving the hairs which are held up, there remains no indication of taking any root.
The beard and moustache area to be transplantated should be identified by the person preferably, because the person will be able to chose the form that suits to his face best. The area is determined by a temporary paint and locally anesthesized to get ready for transplantation.
Transplantation process; this is the most important stage and knowledge, ability and experience of the expert doing this is also so important because moustache and beard transplantation is very different than all other hair root planting (hair, eyebrow and whisker transplantation) and the angle is so important. The area of beard and moustache should be planted with an angle suitable to the structure of the face, and other beard and moustaches and should be frequently designed for planting.