The mustache has been an important natural accessory for men for centuries. However, there are many men who, for some reason, can’t grow a mustache, have an infrequent mustache hair appearance or do not have two equal sides to their mustaches. In addition, accidents, and minor injuries, as a result of damage by scars or burn marks to the mustache area can be a common problem for many men. Mustache care is important for full and healthy mustaches, but it is never enough in the cases I mentioned above. At this point, it is possible to get permanent and clear results with a Mustache Transplant.
So, what is a mustache transplant good for? What is a mustache transplant? How is a mustache transplant performed? How are the mustache transplant prices? Are men who get mustache transplants in Turkey satisfied? …Let us offer some answers to these questions …
About Mustache Transplants …
First of all, I would like to talk about what mustache transplants are good for and how it provides solutions to problems: With mustache transplants, the beardless appearance can be corrected. Sparse mustache structure can be eliminated. If the two upper lip parts are not equal, that is, if the mustache appears fuller on one side than the other, equalization is done with a mustache transplant. With both mustache and beard transplants, it is now possible to achieve the desired natural result. So, how is a mustache transplant performed?
How is a Mustache Transplant Performed?
It is the desire of many men to make their mustaches thicker and to have fuller looking mustaches. However, sometimes due to genetic reasons and subsequent accidents, mustaches may not grow or may be sparse. In such cases, the solution is a mustache transplant. How is a mustache transplant performed; it is basically the same as a hair transplant or a beard transplant. The only difference is the area to be worked on is narrower and smaller and consequently any angle errors can be noticed immediately. For this reason, the mustache specialist must be a real expert.
Mustache Transplant Techniques
Most of the methods applied in hair transplants can be used in mustache transplants. A mustache transplant with the FUE technique is more preferred. I want to repeat that; giving the right angle in the mustache transplant is very important. Therefore, a mustache transplant requires expertise.
Since the bristle structure is thicker, preferably roots from the lower parts of the beard should be planted rather than the roots from the nape of the neck. For those who do not have a beard, getting the roots from the neck is the only solution. Each root should be planted in a single manner and never planted in groups, because all-natural mustaches hairs are single. To place the root, a channel should not be opened but rather the roots should be planted in the small hole created by a needle. If a channel is opened cavities occur. If you pay attention to these factors you will get a look that is indistinguishable from a natural mustache.
At What Age can a Mustache Transplant be Performed?
There is a base age for a mustache transplant but no upper limit. It is recommended to wait to a certain age in a mustache transplant, because it takes 21 years for men to get their final mustache. Therefore, it is suitable for this procedure after 21 years of age. Any man over 21 years of age can have a mustache transplant.
Who Applies for Mustache Transplants?
Mustache transplants are suitable for almost everyone. Those who want to cover marks, such as accident scars or surgical scars. Also, those who want to find a solution to the problem of a sparse mustache and others, who want to have a look of a fuller mustache, can have the mustache transplant performed. Also, sometimes the hairs on the two lip parts may not be equal to each other, resulting in a bad appearance. Here again, the desired appearance can be achieved with a mustache transplant.
Why Beards and Mustaches Get Sparse?
Different factors are at play here, beards and mustaches can become sparse for more than one reason and sometimes are infrequent at birth. The most common reasons can be listed as follows:
- Genetic predisposition.
- Beardless and without mustache hair at birth.
- Due to some drugs being used.
- Poor nutrition.
- Skin diseases such as alopecia areata and autoimmune.
Frequently Asked Questions about Mustache Transplants
We talked about mustache transplants with the FUE technique, unequal mustache structure, sparse or no mustache hairs and reasons for mustache transplants to cover up accident and surgical scars. Many people who want to grow mustaches for similar reasons are looking for answers to questions about mustache transplants. Let’s talk about these …
Does using a razor make mustaches become fuller?
If you have Di Hydro Testosterone (DHT) deficiency due to your genetic structure, no matter how many times you use a razor, your mustache hairs will not become fuller.
Is mustache transplants painful?
There is no pain in a mustache transplant as local anesthesia is used in the procedure.
Do all the hair roots planted get attached?
Not all hair follicles applied in mustache transplants get attached. However, to a great extent with the right operation and the continuation of the process, success is achieved. The expertise of the team making the application becomes important here.
Will the planted mustache follicles turn white?
A mustache can be both visually impressive and give important social messages for some people. Therefore, for many men a mustache is important. The hair roots used in mustache transplants are the hair roots taken from one’s own body. They are alive and have a normal hair follicle response and life span. Therefore, it is normal for them to get white, grow or even fall out and grow back again. The planted hairs can be shaved, shaped and even dyed if desired.
What Should Be Considered Before A Mustache Transplant?
The following issues prior to mustache a transplant affect the success of the transplantation.
- Avoid taking blood thinners for a few days before the procedure.
- Do not drink alcohol, starting at least one week before the procedure.
- Do not smoke.
- Avoid excessive sun exposure.
- Do not enter a solarium.
After the Mustache Transplant
After the operation, which can take 4 to 6 hours according to the number of roots to be planted redness can be seen in those areas where the hair roots are planted, due to the clotting of the blood coming out of the small holes opened by the puncture points. Do not worry about this redness, it will disappear in 1 to 2 weeks, just as in a hair or beard transplant shock loss is observed in about 3 weeks, after that, the permanent new mustaches hairs appear. After the sixth month, the mustache hairs are fully grown.
About the Mustache Transplant in Turkey
Many European citizens get hair, mustache, beard and eyebrow transplants in Turkey. Even when you look at the statistics, the number of people getting transplants in their own country is less than those who prefer Turkey. The reasons for Turkey being suitable for mustache transplants compared to European countries is Turkey having suitable prices and expert teams with very good results. There is of course the charm of visiting Istanbul city during the mustache transplant process. You can contact me to have a mustache transplant in Istanbul.
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