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The beard and the mustache are the most basic features when someone thinks of a male character, and it may lead to issues for any individual if it is not there. Scant facial hair or no hair in a specific part of the facial hair, scars, and similar issues may lead to personal problems for individuals. If a male individual no longer has hair on top of his lip or losing the hair he already has, the exact procedure is to have a beard and mustache transplant operation. Beard and mustache transplantation is done in specific parts where they don’t develop anymore if the facial hair is scarred or harmed in some ways or where there is no facial hair.
The transplanted part must be kept safe after the procedure, particularly for three days. Anything that can lead to harm should be away. It is normal to have redness for the initial 3-4 days post-procedure. This redness can be expected during the first four weeks of operation. These will turn into scabs, and following seven days after that, they will recover. The patient should try not to forget to apply creams regularly to prevent scabbing after the transplant. The patient may begin shaving the beard and the mustache following a month. Following eight weeks after the transplant, the hair starts to fill in the part where the transplant area is, and all the facial hair starts growing in 12 months. The result is excellent. The imprints after the activities can be noticeable for one week after the procedure. The patient must follow the post-operation instructions when the transplant procedure is finished. During the healing cycle, the patient should take the prescriptions regularly as suggested by the specialist. Nearly two weeks after the transplant procedure, the facial hair starts shedding. The shredded facial hair starts to develop after roughly eight weeks. The facial hair growth takes almost a year to see the final results.