Sydney's Premier Beard Transplant Destination for Men
Did you know that you can also lose beard and moustache hair, similar to losing hair on your head? Although it is not especially common, it can certainly occur. Common causes of hair loss in the beard and moustache area can include a variety of factors, such as hormonal imbalances, stress, genetics, and certain medical conditions.
Losing hair can greatly affect a person’s confidence and self-esteem. At Hair Doctors, we are able to provide a highly effective moustache and beard transplant. Sydney residents can contact us today to book an appointment.
What is a moustache and beard transplant?
A moustache and beard transplant is a surgical procedure that involves transplanting hair follicles from a donor area (usually the back or sides of the scalp) to the face to create a full, thick moustache and beard.
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A beard transplant is an effective procedure to assist
people suffering from patchy or thin beard
Who needs a beard transplant?
A beard transplant is a surgical procedure that helps to restore facial hair growth in areas where natural beard growth is sparse or nonexistent.
It is often used to help people with:
- patchy beards
- thinning beards
- those who have lost their beards due to an injury or medical condition
Benefits of a moustache and beard transplant
There are several benefits to having this beard hair transplant which includes:
- Improved self-confidence
- Improved facial symmetry
- Improved facial aesthetics
- Improved social life
- Improved emotional well-being.
Restoring moustache and beard hair can improve
self-confidence and facial symmetry
Feel confident and reclaim your full-volume,
youthful normal hair look with Hair Doctors.
Risks of a moustache and beard transplant surgery
Although this procedure is typically safe and minimally invasive, some risks may occur and it is important to be aware of these, they include:
- Allergic reaction
- Rejection of implanted hair
- Facial nerve damage
How is a beard and moustache transplantation procedure performed?
A beard and moustache transplantation procedure is typically performed in two stages. The first stage involves harvesting the donor hair grafts (donor hair follicles) from the back of the neck, lower beard or scalp. Once the donor’s hairs have been harvested, they are then transplanted into the recipient area in small clusters.
This is usually done by making small incisions in the area to be transplanted and then inserting the donor follicles into these incisions.
The second stage of beard and moustache transplantation involves the recipient’s body accepting the transplanted follicles. This can take some time, and the patient may need to use medications and other treatments to help promote the body’s acceptance of the new follicles.
Once the transplantation procedure is completed, the patient may need to wait several months before the new beard and moustache are fully visible.
After the procedure patients may experience redness and swelling, this heals within a few days and typically takes around 6 to 9 months for a beard transplant to fully grow.
Key tips to remember before
having this procedure done
- Choose the right hair doctor
- Make sure to choose the right technique
- Consider the cost before making any decision
- Moustache and beard transplants can be a lengthy procedure, be prepared for this
- Aftercare instructions will have to be closely followed to ensure the best results from the transplant.
Moustache and beard transplant cost - Sydney
Hair Doctors in Sydney offers men methods to
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Why choose us
Hair Doctors are experts at beard and moustache transplants. We have completed 100s of these procedures successfully, resulting in many satisfied patients. Contact us now to begin your beard and moustache restoration process.
Meet our doctors
Hair Transplant Doctor
Dr Ateka obtained her qualification from the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom in 2006 and has since gained over a decade of experience in Aesthetic Medicine and Minor Surgery.
She has received additional training in Anaesthesia and Acute Care from the London Hair Restoration Academy and is specialised in performing hair transplant procedures utilising the advanced micro FUE extraction and DHI implantation methodologies.
Hair Transplant Doctor
In 2009, Dr Oz graduated from the University of Dundee in the United Kingdom. Drawing on his extensive experience in Men’s Health and Aesthetic Medicine, he furthered his qualifications in medical education and is now the Medical Advisor/Educator for MOSH, Australia’s leading online Men’s Health platform.
Additionally, he attained additional qualifications from the London Hair Restoration Academy and is highly experienced in performing transplant surgery with micro FUE extraction and DHI implantation techniques.
We are located at Level 1/5A Bronte Rd, Bondi Junction, New South Wales Australia 2022.
If you require more information on beard transplants, please read our most frequently asked questions:
Beard transplants can be successful. However, as with any hair transplant procedure, results may vary depending on the individual and the technique used.
It is important to note that beard transplants require more precision and skill than other hair transplant procedures and should only be performed by an experienced and qualified surgeon.
The best age for facial hair transplants is typically between the ages of 25 and 45. Younger patients may be able to have facial hair transplants, but it is important to consider the long-term effects of the procedure.
In some cases, younger patients may need to wait until their hair pattern has stabilised before having a facial hair transplant.
Beard transplants are generally considered to be a safe procedure, although there are some risks involved. Some of the potential risks include infection, scarring, and an uneven appearance.
It is important to discuss any potential risks with your doctor before undergoing the procedure.
This information is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment. It is aimed at presenting a perspective only and is not a substitute for a prescription. Anyone experiencing a medical condition should consult their doctor.