There is no cure for hair loss in the beard and mustache. Therefore, the best method is transplantation. It is possible to achieve a more aesthetic appearance by using the FUE Technique in areas with weak/no hair or hair loss, ringworms or scars.
Statistics observed by the International Hair Surgery Association (ISHRS) showed that the rise of public information about hair transplants in Turkey increased by 110% in the demand for beard and mustache.
WHAT CAUSESS BEARD HAIR LOSS?
The frequency of the beard and the quality of the hair are entirely dependent on the genetic structure. After 3 years of hitting puberty, the beard hair becomes thicker, longer, coarser and more pigmented hair forms. The beard hair maintains this characteristic feature unless there is a significant change in male hormone levels. Beard loss can occur due to skin diseases as well as autoimmune diseases. In addition, the most severe cause is due to hormonal imbalances. In men, the male hormone testosterone should be checked when the threshold is below normal level. Alopecia areata disease may also cause beard shedding.
WHO IS SUITABLE FOR BEARD HAIR TRANSPLANT?
Sparse and scattered beard hair is the most common reason for transplantation. Beard cultivation can be done from the age of 20-22, when the hormones are between the basal level. In addition, this process is preferred by men who like a good beard image but have fine hair and bald patches on their beard area. Beard sowing can be done for men who have no beard hair at all.
HOW IS BEARD TRANSPLANT DONE?
Beard hair varies in density from person to person. Depending on the frequency of the individuals beard hair a limit between 1000-3000 hair follicles can be transplanted. Beard transplant is performed by removing the hair follicles from the donor area which is the neck, as it consists of the strongest hair follicles.