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Mustache and Beard Transplant Surgery


Genetics, laser hair removal, burns, injuries, or surgery are all possible reasons of facial hair loss. The aims of mustache transplant surgery might range from a complete restoration to a slight filling in of a small region.


Hair transplant surgery for the mustache and beard is a process that restores hair to the mustache area. Scars can also be hidden by facial hair transplants. The procedure for a mustache transplant is identical to that for a hair transplant, and the transplanted hair grows and may even be removed like other facial hair.

Our board-certified dermatologists are available to assist you with your facial hair loss problems. Mustache transplant surgery using the NeoGraft technique is a minimally invasive procedure.

Why FUE?

There is very little pain.

There is no need for a scalpel incision.

Large regions in a single session with no stitches or linear scars, this method is the least invasive of its type.

There is little to no chance of problems.

The quickest recovery time of any surgical procedure

Fewer restrictions on activities

Traditional strip processes produce more natural-looking results.


FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) hair transplantation is a minimally invasive treatment in which individual grafts from the rear of the head (donor region) are extracted and transplanted to thinning or balding areas on the top of the head.

The procedure


The technique for transplanting a beard is divided into two stages.Your doctor will provide a local anesthetic to you before the procedure begins. The anesthetic numbs the donor region as well as the transplanted hair area.


You'll be entirely aware during the surgery if you merely get a local anesthetic. You will not experience any discomfort or agony, but you will feel pressure as the surgeon works. You'll also get the opportunity to speak with and interact with the surgical team.


Before the procedure, you might want to take an oral sedative. A sedative will make you tired and disoriented.


A sedative isn't as strong as general anesthesia and won't completely knock you out. An oral sedative may be the best option if you're concerned about the surgery or don't want to think about what's going on.


Your doctor will begin the initial stage of the procedure once you've been fully anesthetized and sedated. He'll take the donor hair follicles from the right place. He might have to shave the region to get a better view of the hair follicles so he can collect them.


To minimize scarring, Your doctor will harvest the follicular units (groups of hair follicles) from the donor site on the sides or back of the scalp using the FUE (follicular unit extraction) method. He may use the FUT (follicular unit transplantation) or "strip" surgery for some individuals. Depending on the number of grafts needed, the back and sides of the scalp can be buzzed for donor hair.


Following the collection and preparation of all donor hair, the surgeon may proceed to the following step: beard hair transplantation.

He'll meticulously prepare the grafts and place each individual hair, one by one, into your natural facial hair at the right angle, ensuring that the transplanted hair fits in flawlessly with the existing beard. Hair follicles can also be implanted to the mustache or sideburns to give them a fuller, thicker appearance.

Then your doctor will transplant the hair according to the design made at the commencement of the procedure. He'll also pay attention to the growth pattern of any existing facial hair and try to match it as closely as possible to get the most natural-looking results.


The surgical procedure might take up to five hours in total. The length of a beard transplant is determined by the amount of hairs required to achieve the patient's specific goals.


Hair transplants are usually finished in 2 to 5 hours. However, some might take up to 8 hours.