Fue Beard Transplants


Facial hair often serves as a symbol of a man’s unique identity and personal expression. Unfortunately, nearly half of all men encounter challenges when attempting to cultivate a complete, robust beard or evenly distributed sideburns without any irregular, patchy areas.

One effective solution to this issue is beard transplant surgery, offering a straightforward remedy to address bald patches and achieve a full, healthy beard or even a well-defined goatee.

Procedure Time:

1 - 2 hours

Return to Work:

1 - 2 weeks

Full Recovery:

3 - 6 months




What to expect

Here’s what you can generally expect when considering an FUE beard transplant:

1. Consultation:

  • You’ll begin by scheduling a consultation with a consultant experienced in FUE procedures.
  • During the consultation, you will discuss your beard goals and expectations. The surgeon will evaluate your candidacy for the procedure, including assessing the donor area from which hair follicles will be harvested.

2. Evaluation:

  • The surgeon will evaluate your overall health, the density and quality of your donor hair, and the specific areas of your beard that require enhancement.

3. Donor Hair Harvesting:

  • FUE involves harvesting individual hair follicles from the donor area, often the back of the scalp or other body areas, using tiny punches or a micro-extraction device.
  • This step is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring you are comfortable during the process.

4. Graft Preparation:

  • The harvested follicles are then carefully prepared for transplantation. They are sorted, cleaned, and kept in a specialized solution to maintain their viability.

5. Anesthesia:

  • The recipient area on the beard is also numbed with local anesthesia.

6. Graft Placement:

  • Using precision tools, the surgeon makes small incisions or punctures in the beard area where you want to increase hair density.
  • The prepared grafts are then meticulously placed into these tiny incisions to create a natural-looking beard pattern.

7. Recovery:

  • After the procedure, you can expect some redness, swelling, and minor discomfort in both the donor and recipient areas. These effects typically subside within a few days to a week.
  • You may be prescribed antibiotics and given post-operative care instructions.

8. Healing and Results:

  • The healing process can take several weeks to months. During this time, the transplanted hairs will shed, but new hair growth will gradually replace them.
  • The final results become more apparent as the new hairs grow in, and you’ll notice improved beard density and appearance.

9. Long-Term Maintenance:

  • Beard transplants using FUE are generally considered a permanent solution for enhancing beard thickness and density.
  • Routine beard care and grooming are necessary to maintain your desired beard style.

10. Follow-Up Appointments:

  • You’ll have follow-up appointments with your surgeon to monitor your progress and ensure proper healing.

11. Limitations:

  • The outcome of your beard transplant may be influenced by factors like the quality of your donor hair and your natural hair growth patterns.
  • In some cases, multiple sessions may be needed to achieve the desired beard density.

The surgeon will provide specific guidance based on your unique needs and goals, ensuring a successful outcome.