Beard Hair Transplant
Hair loss is more commonly seen on the scalp. It becomes more evident when it occurs on the face as it becomes more visible. This may be patchy hair loss to near total hair loss Facial hairs i.e. beard and moustache are often seen as mark of manliness so the facial hair loss may result in low self esteem.
There may be number of causes but more common ones are: Trauma, Surgical scars, Radiation, Chemotherapy, Trichotillomania.
Uses of Beard Hair Transplants
These procedures ranges from filling the small gaps or thinning areas to full moustache or beard hair transplant and also used to conceal the facial scars.
These are highly refined procedures and one needs to understand the orientation of hairs in different parts of the face and hence decide the direction and angulations of micro-incisions at the recipient sites.
- Who are the candidates for beard hair transplant?
- The person who don’t have beard or have very minimal beard are candidates for this surgery.
- One who have patchy hair loss on face and need to get the coverage of the area.
- Beard loss due to scar from injury or surgery. Beard Hair transplant can be done in these patients and scar can be concealed.
- Patient should be having adequate donor on back and sides of the scalp.
- Most importantly, the patient should be in good medical health and is having realistic expectation.
All patients coming in the clinic may not be an ideal candidate for beard hair transplant. There are certain criteria which should be fulfilled to be an ideal candidate.
The hairs which are used for transplanting on the face are taken from beard area if there is only a small patch of hair loss area or the back of the scalp either by FUE or by FUT method in case of larger hair loss area.
The transplanted beard hair grow back from four months onwards after initial shedding.
Consult to the experts at Hair & Senses if you have any queries regarding beard hair transplant. Fix up a free consultation session for more clarity on procedure.