5 Common Questions about Facial Hair Transplant

Facial hair transplant has become more popular in recent years with especially the increasing successful and natural results of beard hair transplantation. Today, there are various kinds of facial hair transplant surgery available. When patients are looking for a beard, mustache or sideburn hair transplant surgery, they usually prefer to thicken their existing facial hair or to construct a completely new beard, mustache or sideburns from scratch when they cannot be grown naturally.

Hair transplant through Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) technique is a quite popular hair loss treatment among men who complain about their hair loss or aren’t happy with the thickness of their hair. The beard-growing trend development in recent years after a long time of dominance of clean-shaven celebrities found a new application for facial hair transplant.

In this article, we will try to answer some common questions related to the process stages, safety level, results and costs of a facial hair transplant procedure.

What exactly is Facial Hair Transplant?

Facial hair transplant, generally considered as beard transplant, is a growing trend popular among men, whose facial hair do not grow, grow irregularly or do not appear in some areas, thus preventing them from achieving the desired look. Among possible variations are beard hair transplant, mustache hair transplant, and eyebrow hair transplant. Beard transplant is the most preferred facial hair transplant type among them. Beard hairs tend to grow much more rapidly and being long-lasting than other forms of body hair. This is why men may often grow beards quite long. Beard hair transplants are very consistent and will result with a yield typically between 60% and 100%.

How Much Does Facial Hair Transplant Cost?

As in the case of time, facial hair transplant cost depends on a number of follicular units extracted or, in the case of FUT, on the size of the scalp part transplanted.

In the UK, beard transplant or eyebrow transplant may cost as much as £6600. For the same procedure, in Turkey, will be just around £1500. As we see, the difference lies not only in the number of units/sizes of the area extracted during the operation but also in the location you choose for your surgery.

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