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This is the reconstruction or beating of beard and mustache on the false line of what happens to hair transplantation and eyebrow transplantation.

Beard transplantation is able to solve some problems such as:


  • Trauma scars
  • Surgical scars
  • Burns
  • Traction Alopecia
  • Congenital hypotrichia or atrichia, that is, the lack of beard
  • Post-folliculitis scabies
  • Alopecia areata extended




Dr. Valvis examines the entire face to calculate the number of follicular units required. For problems such as hypotrichia and atrichia in general we need at least 1500-2000 follicular units.

The techniques available for this transplant are two:


FUE: the removal of follicular units by means of small circular scalpels of 0.7 - 1 mm, which will not leave visible scars;

FUT: the removal of follicular units from a scalp, previously taken in the area of ​​the skin by surgical incision. This technique needs suture points and will  leave a scar more or less visible.

The best of the two techniques most obviously is the first, since it minimizes the invasiveness of the intervention.

Once the follicular units are taken, the transplant will be carried out on the edges of the face, using the largest follicular units in the central areas in order to obtain the most natural effect possible. For small-sized transplants (100-150 grafts), follicular units can be removed from the same beard of the patient.


If the area to be rebuilt is rather large, it is more convenient to remove them from the scalp. Since beard hair grows in different directions, you prefer to make crown shaped holes on shoulders and cheeks so as to help align the hair.


Cheeκs: The rather large cheeks area is divided into two portions, side and center. The first need for less hair density and for this will only accommodate mono-follicular units. In contrast, the second, will accommodate 2-3 hair units, then submerged grafts in the direction of the jaw attachment. For these areas, an average of 600 follicular units is required;


Background: The bases appear generally thicker than other areas, and this is because it is the border area between hair and beard and therefore the hair orientation is facing downwards. To achieve good results, transplantation of approximately 200 follicular units per basal will be needed;


Baffi and Pizzeto: they have a tendency towards hair growth tendentially downward and require a very high infiltration. So, about 500 units will be used, planted so that they are as close as possible to the skin, the mustache area, and at least 700 units for the area of the goat.












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Attica - Greece


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