Beard Transplant

Beard Transplant

What is a beard transplant?

Beard transplantation is the transplantation of single and double grafts from the back of the hair to the beard area.

The hair graft has single, double, triple, and quartile strands. But the beard graft has a single strand. Therefore, we should choose single and double grafts from hair to look natural. Also, we transplant single grafts in areas close to the cheekbone, and double grafts are implanted invisibly between the beard area.

Beard transplant operation is more strenuous than hair transplantation. Since the tissue in the facial area is fragile, and even the slightest mistake will be evident on the face, doctors should have high experience.

We can perform beard transplantation with FUE or DHI techniques. We perform it with the FUE technique if the transplanted area is very sparse. If it is not, we operate it with the DHI technique.

The most crucial issue in beard transplant operation is opening channels at a right angle to the transplanted area. The naturalness of the visual is in direct proportion to the channel angles.

Beard Transplant Operation

A beard transplant is a surgical procedure used to restore hair growth in areas of the face where it is sparse or non-existent. The procedure is typically performed on men who have patchy or uneven beards, or those who have a condition called “beard alopecia” which causes hair loss in the beard area. There are a few different techniques that can be used during a beard transplant, including the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE), Direct Hair Implantation (DHI) and Sapphire FUE.

The FUE technique is the most commonly used method of hair transplantation, including beard transplants. It involves removing individual hair follicles from the donor area (usually the scalp) using a small punch tool, and then transplanting them to the recipient area. The FUE technique is considered to be less invasive than other hair transplant methods, with less discomfort and a faster recovery time.

The Direct Hair Implantation (DHI) technique is another option for beard transplants. It is similar to the FUE technique, but the hair follicles are implanted directly into the recipient area using a special device called a DHI implanter. This allows for a more precise and natural-looking result. In DHI, there is no need to create incisions in the recipient area, which reduces the risk of complications.

The Sapphire FUE technique is also another method used in beard transplants. It uses a sapphire tipped punch tool for extraction of hair follicles, which is more precise and less damaging to the surrounding tissue. The sapphire tip also offers a cooler surface during the extraction process, which reduces the risk of burns or other complications.

The first step in the beard transplant process is to consult with a qualified surgeon. During this consultation, the surgeon will evaluate the patient’s medical history and current hair loss condition. They will also discuss the patient’s goals for the procedure and determine the best course of treatment.

Once the patient has been cleared for the procedure, the surgeon will typically use one of the above techniques (FUE, DHI or Sapphire FUE) to remove hair follicles from the donor area. After the hair follicles have been harvested, the surgeon will then create small incisions in the recipient area to prepare for the transplantation (except in DHI technique). The incisions are made at a specific angle and direction to mimic the way natural hair grows.

Once the incisions have been made, the surgeon will carefully insert the hair follicles into the recipient area. The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia and can take several hours to complete.

After the procedure, the patient will need to take care of the transplanted area to ensure proper healing. The surgeon will provide specific instructions on how to care for the transplanted area, which will include avoiding certain activities, such as strenuous exercise, and using medication to promote healing.

The transplanted hair will typically fall out within the first two weeks after the procedure, but new hair growth should begin to appear within 3-4 months. The transplanted hair will continue to grow and thicken over time, providing a natural-looking beard.

It’s important to note that the procedure results can vary depending on individual factors such as the patient’s health, age, and the amount of donor hair available. It’s also essential to choose a qualified surgeon with experience in performing beard transplants. In conclusion, Beard transplant is an effective way to restore hair growth in the beard area, and it can help men achieve a fuller, thicker beard. The FUE, DHI, and Sapphire FUE are the most popular techniques used in beard transplants. The procedure is relatively safe and is typically performed on an outpatient basis, but it’s essential to weigh the potential risks and benefits and consult with a qualified surgeon before deciding to undergo a beard transplant. It’s also important to choose a technique that fits your needs and goals, whether it’s FUE, DHI or Sapphire FUE, and to work with a surgeon who has experience in performing the desired technique.

You can call us or send your photos on WhatsApp for all the detailed information and whether your beard is suitable for beard transplant. Also you can check our packages for more information.

Beard Transplantation Before – After Photos

Operation Time

7 Hours


Local Anesthesia

Needle-Free Anesthesia


Sensitivity process

3 Days

Return to work

3 Days

Healing process

12 Days




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