Men and masculinity are like birds and flying, where one can’t go by well enough without the other. And it’s very natural. Masculinity is where man negotiates his confidence, to feel the sense of himself, to soar, to own his space. No wonder it has become common to sight beard men just anywhere you turn too for beards, these days, have become the very symbol of masculinity. All is not lost for men who can’t have a good beard. In short, the times have never been better for men with bald faces. For with beard transplant, men can defy genetics and have hair follicles taken from one part of the body, usually the scalp, and transplanted to their faces, or wherever a beard or moustache may grow. Beard transplant cost varies according to clinics, while some charge per session others charge per graft. Every patient is different; some patients are not really facing baldness and only need a little more additions to make their beards denser while those who are completely facing bald would a complete do-over. Since all patients don’t require the same amount of hair follicles, it is cost-effective to find a clinic that charges per follicle.


No patient wants a beard hair transplant that would leave their faces with visible scars later on, especially if the patient hopes to keep short beard styles. Avoiding them is a major worry when hair transplant is being considered. FUE — Follicular Unit Excision, of the two procedures available, is the most modern beard transplant that ensures a scar-free face and is best for afro hair type of transplant. This is possible because in FUE employs a technique where hair follicles are individually taken out from the back and side of the patient’s head and individually transplanted to the face where they are wanted.


When compared to FUT an outdated method that is invasive and leaves scars on the face, the FUE technique ensures the following advantages:

It doesn’t take too long, mostly, it would the procedure requires a single day or two days, but this happens when there is an excessive amount of hair loss or absence.

FUE technique is minimally invasive, it is performed under local amnesia, and it protects patients from scars and trauma.

Advanced FUE beard procedure reduces the chances of bleeding.

The recovery process is quick, with a decreased tendency to experience post-operative pain.

After a couple of days, FUE ensures that patients can go back seamlessly to their lives and work.


To ensure the best possible results after the procedure, patients are advised to keep the following habits:

On the night of the transplant, patients should sleep with their head in an elevated position and for the next few nights too.

The face should not be washed for at least 24 hours after the procedure. Meanwhile, the patient is encouraged to drink lots of water which is very good for healing. A minimum of 8 glasses a day is advisable. Water is good for directing nutrients to where it’s needed.

Patients should shampoo the beard carefully and gently only after 25 hours.

The transplanted area should not be touched for 10 to 14 days, and the beards should not be massaged. And for the first three months, the beards should be cut with scissors and not with clippers or razor; these can irritate the beard and affect their growth.

Exercises that are stressful should be ignored for two to three weeks. Stressful exercises like running, weightlifting, and the likes should be avoided. In place of them, patients should rest a lot. Rest is good for healing.

Smoking should be strictly avoided for 2 to 3 weeks after the transplant

Alcohol increases the chances of swelling. In order to avoid this, patients must keep off alcohol for two weeks after the procedure (alcohol should also be avoided for two weeks before the procedure). Alcohol is a blood thinner and makes the blood platelets inactive and should be avoided for 7 to 10 days after facial hair transplant.

Over the years, Turkey has grown to be the destination for FUE hair transplant. Among the procedures offered there is beard transplant that includes areas of the skin like that of the chin, the moustache and its connection to the beard, the cheeks, the sideburns and any combination of these areas, and elsewhere like eyebrow transplant and eyelashes transplant.

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