Beard Transplant

For many men, growing a beard is more complicated than just foregoing the use of a razor and allowing nature to take its course. Stubble does not always develop in a consistent pattern over the face, resulting in patchy facial hair rather than a fashionable beard.

Alternatively, you may have inherited genes that make the development of any form of beard almost impossible.

However, just as you might transplant your own hair to the top of your head to address a receding hairline, you can also experiment with a beard implant if your facial hair follicles aren’t cooperating in growing hair.

A doctor will need to examine your skin and hair to determine whether or not you are a suitable candidate, and you will then have to decide whether or not it is worth the money.

This is why we’ve created this guideline to make the decision easier for you. Read along to learn more about our beard transplant procedures available, the cost involved and the recovery process.

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What is a Beard Transplant?


If you desire that long, thick, and luscious beard that has tormented the globe with its popularity over the last year, a beard transplant is the solution for you. Some of you may be able to grow a beard; nevertheless, it may be thin, spotty, and otherwise unpleasant to the eye.

If this describes you, then a beard transplant may be the solution to your problem. Many of you have undoubtedly experimented with everything from lotions to various meals that promise to ‘promote beard development.’ Sadly, the only genuine technique to get a fuller, thicker beard is to have a beard transplant.

Hair transplantation is a process in which a specialist removes hair from the back or sides of a patient’s head and places it directly into the follicles of the patient’s thinning or missing hair. The facial hair will be 100 percent yours and will continue to grow exactly like it would with any other facial hair.

Not only can this technique implant hair and make your beard fuller, among other things, but it may also be used to mold your beard into the shape that you choose. You should bring in a photo of the beard that you would want to have so that your surgeon may compare it to your current beard in order to provide you with precisely what you desire.

What Kind of Hair Transplants are Available for the Beard?


A beard transplant is exactly what it sounds like: hair is removed from one place of the body and transferred to the jawline and other areas where you want your beard to develop.

Although it seems to be a straightforward operation, it is really rather intricate. Generally speaking, a surgeon may use one of two approaches:

Extraction of follicular units (FUE)

This method involves extracting entire follicular units from the donor location one at a time, in a sequential fashion. FUE is less unpleasant than other surgical procedures, which may explain why it is the most widely done treatment today.

Follicular unit transplantation (FUT)

Follicular unit transplantation is a procedure in which a single follicular unit is transplanted into a recipient. A surgeon uses this technique to remove hair follicles from the back of the head by cutting a short strip of tissue from the back of the head.

When many hair follicles emerge from the skin at the same exit point, they are known as a follicular unit. It is common for both operations to include harvesting and implanting hair follicle grafts (which may range from 2,000 to 5,000) from the back of the head, which is normally level with your ears or a little lower, on the face. A hair follicle that has been transplanted is referred to as a graft.

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What is the Effectiveness of These Methods?

In general, beard transplants have shown to be quite successful for many people. The first transplanted hair will begin to fall out around 2 weeks following the treatment – this is entirely natural. A new growth of facial hair will begin to appear in the follicles where the transplantation was carried out three months after the treatment was completed. This surgery is permanent and will remain in effect for the rest of your life.

What Happens During the Procedure?

The following is a breakdown of the stages involved in the procedure:

Harvesting

Regardless of whether you’ve selected a FUE or a FUT procedure, your surgeon’s first step will be to shave the region of your head where the hair will be collected.

As a result, they may get a better picture of the hair follicles. You will be given a local anesthetic before the harvesting process starts, so that you will not feel the harvesting or the implantation process.

Implantation

A local anesthetic will be injected into the region of your face where the implants will be implanted once the follicles have been removed from your head by the surgeon. In the next step, the surgeon will implant each follicle into your facial skin, allowing you and the doctor to shape your new beard in the manner that you and the doctor decided upon before surgery.

Recovery

Recovery from the beard implant procedure will take a day or two for you. Tiny blisters may develop around each freshly implanted hair follicle for a few days after the procedure, but these should fall off within a few days.

After approximately a week to ten days, you should be ready to resume your usual shaving routine and begin trimming your new beard properly.

With that said, you should be aware that your new beard hairs may begin to fall out after 2 or 3 weeks. This is normal, and new hair should begin to come in to replace the ones that have fallen out.

How Long Does it Take to Complete?

Most of the time, this treatment is rather short and almost painless. Each transplant takes between 2 and 5 hours, depending on the amount of tissue that has to be removed. Depending on their preference, the person is placed under anaesthesia or given an oral sedative to help them relax throughout their procedure.

From then, the amount of time required for recuperation is low. The patient must keep their face entirely dry for the first five days after the treatment in order for their skin to recover properly. It is likely that the person will seem to have had something done to their face during the first few days after the procedure.

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Who is a Suitable Candidate for this Kind of Surgery?


As a suitable candidate for this procedure, it is critical that you have healthy hair follicles at the back of your head since this is where the hair follicles will be collected.

This is one of the last places of the head to go bald, so even if you’re beginning to lose some hair on the top of your head, you’re likely to still have plenty of healthy growth on the sides and back of your head.

In order to assess whether or not there are enough follicular units to transplant, your transplant surgeon will inspect you and your scalp.

If your doctor determines that there aren’t enough hair follicles to harvest, they may offer alternative therapies.

Benefits of Facial Hair Transplants


Facial hair transplants provide a number of advantages, and are highly sought after by patients in the Miami area. Here are some of the few benefits that come from this type of procedure:

Short Recovery

It is normal to have some redness and slight edema after the treatment, but these typically subside over the next several days.

Permanent Hair Growth for the Face

Individuals who suffer with or lack facial hair might benefit from this procedure since it is a permanent solution.

Natural Looking Re-growth

When conducted by a skilled hair restoration clinic like Nova Medical Hair Transplant Miami, the outcomes of facial hair restoration are absolutely natural-looking.

Increased Attractiveness

Several studies have shown that men with facial hair are more attractive, since it conveys a sense of power and self-confidence.

Why Choose Nova Medical Hair Transplant Miami for your Beard Transplant?

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is the most sophisticated procedure for facial hair transplantation, and Nova Medical Hair Transplant is a cosmetic surgery facility that specializes in facial hair transplantation. Patient after patient has expressed delight in the thick, natural, and compelling character of their facial hair transplant results.

To provide the best quality finish, our skilled team works tirelessly to accurately match donor site hair before precisely placing the hair follicles at the exact angle and density required to get the desired result.

Patients may anticipate a natural-looking mustache, sideburn, and beard hair replacement with acceptable density and superb pattern design when they work with our hair transplant experts at our Miami clinic. Our years of expertise in hair transplantation assures that we provide only the greatest facial hair outcomes, every single time.

How Much Does a Beard Transplant Cost?

Now onto the question we are often asked: “how much does a beard transplant cost?”. The cost of a beard transplant may alter across various clinics and depending on where you are in the world. However, on average, the cost of a beard transplant may range from $5,000 to $12,000 per transplant. The amount of hair you need for a beard transplant as well as the length of time the procedure will take are additional factors that influence the pricing. It may seem to be a significant investment, but can you really place a monetary value on having the facial hair you’ve always wanted?

Interesting Facts About Beard Transplantation

Here are some fascinating facts regarding beard transplants that you should be aware of:

  • The hair that has been removed, roots and all, is then planted through micro-incisions produced on the face that are designed to seem like pores on the skin. Due to the fact that the incisions are so little, there is no trace of scarring after using this approach.
  • You will continue to develop new hairs for the rest of your life if you get hair transplantation surgery done.
  • Patients as young as 21 years old are having their beards transplanted, despite the fact that the typical age of transplant recipients is about 30 years old. Some of the oldest individuals who have gotten beard transplants were in their 80s when they underwent the procedure.
  • During the first 10 days after transplantation, the transplanted hairs will seem like stubble until they have healed and have begun to grow. This is beneficial owing to the fact that many men feel uncomfortable revealing that they have had this sort of procedure, and anything that might assist minimize suspicion is beneficial.
  • A thin crust develops around the parts that have been transplanted, which will stay for about one week after the transplantation. This crust is really the skin that is scabbing up as a result of the healing process.
  • In rare circumstances, people who are losing their hair are permitted to have the hairs from their chests transplanted instead.
  • Once the transplanted hair has taken root, the hair will begin to fall out naturally. Because the roots are now permanent, the hair is able to regrow within a few months of the procedure being completed. When the beard reaches this stage, it will finally be strong enough to survive frequent shaving sessions.

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A personalized treatment helps men obtain the natural facial hair growth and luxurious beard that they have always wanted. Our surgeons are meticulous in their work and have a high level of expertise in executing hair transplant treatments that result in natural-looking permanent outcomes.

If you have a patchy beard, facial scars, or burns, and would want to grow a full beard, goatee, mustache, or other more manly facial hair, contact us today or make an appointment online with Nova Medical Hair Transplant Miami. We look forward to meeting with you and assisting you with your beard transplantation requirements at any of our Miami offices.

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