How is the beard planted?

The beard is not like hair because it can be found at a very different density from person to person. Someone with a rather rare beard may be comfortable with it. For this reason, it is not often necessary to sow very often in planting. If there is a loss of regional beard, then the plantation is planned in the vicinity of the beard and is harmonized with the environment. If the beard is not entirely available, it can be planted between 1000-3000 roots depending on the frequency and grade desired by the person. A full beardless has a mustache and jaw area of 400 roots, 100 roots of sideburn areas, 1000 roots in total provide a view change at a certain level. Beard seeding is carried out by taking hair roots from the superficial zone just above the neck or overheads of the ear. In beard cultivation, FUE is applied to those who accept hair shaving, and FUT method is applied to those who do not. The unnecessary hair on the beard lower region, chest, the lower part of the incision and cheekbone can also be planted in order to tighten the sparse areas of the beard. Root recruitment from these areas, which does not look good due to dense beard, provides a distinct advantage as it provides permanent epilation on the field.

How will be the process of healing after beard plantation treatment?

There will be no marks on the body or on the neck after beard planting. The attached plaster, immediately after the planting, will have a dark red appearance due to the blood clot from the place where the needles are sunk, but this appearance is cleaned in the first bath. There is an increase in blood flow in the planting area in order to be better fed by the body, and accordingly, there is small redness in the hair shaft. This light red image disappears in 1-2 weeks. After the 2nd week, a part of the beard and the mustache that is planted experience a temporary shed called shock atrichia. After 4 to 8 months without temporary sheds, all of the sheds reappear. The result is natural and permanent.