Do you find yourself looking in the mirror and thinking, “how would I look like if I could grow hair?” You might have a patchy beard or might not be able to grow beard at all. In both of those cases, it is quite possible that you imagine yourself with a thorough beard, frequently. Beard has many qualities. It displays maturity and some consider it as sign of masculanity. Even it might look as you are physically stronger than others. Having said that, it is a widespread fact some men can not grow beard due to genetics or other factors. However, it does not have to be your destiny. There are many remedies for growing beard. Supplements and beard oils are just a few of them. Yet, the most reliable and successful solution is beard transplantation.
Having healthy looking, nice and trimmed beard is no longer an issue thanks to recent developments in the medical field. In this article, we are going to cover after beard transplantation. We will provide facts, images, videos and precise answers for your questions. While describing the procedure briefly, we will also give aftercare tips and inform you on possible side effects. What does it look like after beard transplantation? What side effects might be expected? So, What to do and what not to do in the recovery process? These are the most common questions when it comes to after beard transplantation. We will cover all and more. Hope you enjoy!
OVERVIEW OF BEARD TRANSPLANT : PROCEDURE AND AFTER
FUE is the most common approach of treatment for the beard transplant. It is a relatively less-painful technique. Doctor harvests hair follicles from any part of your body. This is your donor area. It is usually located in the back of your head (no worries, beard area adapts the hair and grafted hair acts as a beard, in time). Then he grafts them in the recipient area, where you desire to have beard. Procedure takes 4 to 6 hours. From 4k to 7k hairs might be grafted for a high density. Rate of failure is a very small percentage in this treatment. However, choosing the right clinic plays a big role.
After 8 months, you are going to have complete, healthy looking beard. It looks natural and functions same as everyone else’s. Would you like to see a successful example of beard transplantation?
Recovery After Beard Transplant
The time period is longer than the hair transplant. Since face is a vulnerable area, you need to implement some serious measures. The first 10 day after the beard transplant affects the whole process. During this time, you have to be twice as careful as you normally would. The aftercare recommendations are listed below:
● Rest for the first 72 hrs after beard transplantation.
● Avoiding smoking and use of alcohol affects the healing and makes the period shorter.
● Avoid any activies which make you sweat such as sports, sexual intercourse, lifting heavy loads, housework, cleaning, etc. Sweating affects the growth of hair follicles in a bad way.
● You can use A,E,C,D and B12 vitamins in order to accelerate the healing.
● Crusts may form in this period, these are included in the ordinary process. They are going to fall off after a few days or a week. Otherwise, please consult your doctor.
● Touch the treated area only when you are washing.
● Sun protection.
● Use the medications which your doctor have prescribed you on a regular basis.
● Sleeping in the first night is very important. Sleep on your back and avoid touching surfaces of bed.
After ten days you are going to be able to shave your beard just like normal. Some hair might fall out, it is not unusual. New ones will grow back in the same places of them.
SIDE EFFECTS OF BEARD TRANSPLANT
FUE does not result any large or noticable scars. Yet, there might be some scarring in the donor area. But no worries, your hair will cover it with the help of time. On the other hand, FUT leaves a long scar on the back of your head. We already mentioned about the scabs. They are not permament or unusual. Some other common side effects are listed below. If you experience these longer than a few weeks, please consult your doctor.