Restore Your Mustache, Sideburns or Beard with a Facial Hair Transplant


Hair transplant mostly refers to the surgical scalp hair restoration, however, this is not the only case as beard hair transplant is becoming more and more popular.

A facial/beard hair transplant help you restore strands of beard, mustaches and sideburns.

How facial hair loss happens?

There are plenty of factors that play a part in causing facial hair loss. Counting from genetics, this hassle is caused by several things including external stressors, unhealthy diet and bad lifestyle and hormonal imbalance.

Why beard hair transplant?

Many men who are unable to grow facial try to find out the treatment to grow their facial hair for cosmetic purposes but mostly left helpless. Here comes the all-new beard hair transplant that plays a pivotal role in regaining your self-confidence and self-esteem.

How does it work?

The procedure is less invasive and less time consuming than a normal hair transplant. In the start, the surgeon identifies the potential donor region which might be at the beard itself or at the sides or back of the scalp. The length of the procedure varies with the variation in the required number of grafts.

How is it done?

Following steps are involved in performing a facial hair transplant:

Identification of donor site

In the start, the surgeon identifies the donor region which perfectly matches your beard hair.

Anesthesia administration

The local anesthesia is administered to encounter any discomfort during the procedure.

Extraction of hair follicles

After administering anesthesia, the surgeon extract hair follicles from the donor region that would be harvested at the recipient sites.

Graft Implantation

Hair follicles are prepared for grafts harvesting to the recipient areas.

Planning recipient Areas

Recipient area is prepared by administering a local anesthesia

Implantation of hair follicles:

Finally, a specialist carefully embeds hair follicles keeping in mind the desired density.

Candidacy for beard hair transplant

You are an ideal candidate for beard hair transplant if:

  • You can’t grow facial hair.
  • You have spotty or patchy facial hairs and you need to upgrade their thickness and completion.
  • You have lost few facial hairs and want to restore them
  • You want to improve your facial appearance/look.

What are the techniques used?

Same techniques are used for beard hair transplant as in any other normal hair transplant.

Follicular Unit Transplant (FUT) or strip method:

This technique involves harvesting a strip of the scalp at the rear and then creating hundreds of tiny grafts to be implanted in the bald facial area.

FUE Follicular Unit Extraction:

This technique involves extraction of individual follicular units using tiny punch tool.

Cost of a beard hair transplant

The actual cost of the procedures depends upon the number grafts that you want to harvest to get your desired outcomes. The cost of beard hair transplant in Dubai ranges from AED 8,000 to 10,000.

To find out the exact cost of the procedure, we recommend you to book our free consultation at hair transplant clinic Dubai.

Free Consultation

Hair transplant Clinic Dubai offers you a free consultation for all the hair sufferers in the United Arab Emirates. If you want to undergo the best beard hair transplant in Dubai book our free consultation and choose the best solution for your concern. All you need to do is to fill an online form and our representative will hear you back shortly.


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Written By: Dr. Cagatay Sezgin

Dr. Cagatay Sezgin is a celebrity hair transplant surgeon with over 20 years of experience in hair transplantation and restoration. He is the First Turkish Board Surgeon to become a member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) and the Asian Association of Hair Transplant Surgeons (AAHRS). Moreover, he has the honor of becoming the first hair transplant surgeon in the world to perform hair, eyebrow, and beard transplantation all in one case and that too in a single session.

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