Beard transplantation is in high demand as techniques have evolved to achieve a true natural-looking appearance. Dr. Bared specializes in mimicking natural hair growth for a fuller, natural-looking beard, goatee, or sideburns. Dr. Bared performs this procedure, carefully working with the patient to ensure that his exact goals are being met
Hands down the best surgeon! Great bedside manner, very kind, gentle, and my results are incredible and naturalistic. I couldn’t ask for a better place to have gone to! From setting up my first consult, all the way to the post-op, everything has been done professionally and transparently. I never felt confused or uncertain. The staff is also friendly and so helpful!
Dr. Bared is great. He has the aesthetic eye to work with your goals and more importantly the surgical chops to deliver. I’d say you’re in good hands. Also the staff is great and the process is simple. Easy 5/5
From the first moment I stepped in the office, I felt nothing but kindness. Everyone in the office is so welcoming and helpful. All my questions were answered in the consultation and I felt very cared for throughout the whole experience. I am super satisfied with my results!! Great doctor, absolutely recommended.
Using the patient’s guidelines, the areas to be transplanted are marked out using a surgical marking pen. The markings are checked for symmetry between the two sides. Measurements are used to help ensure symmetry.
With beard transplantation, most patients opt for the FUE technique in order to avoid a linear scar. FUE has largely replaced the traditional “strip” donor extractions for beard transplantation. Regardless of the donor technique used, patients are made aware of the potential limitations of the donor hair quantity and therefore “size” and density of the beard which can be achieved through solely one procedure.
Patients are told to keep the face dry for the first 5 days after the procedure. Topical antibiotic ointment is applied to the donor area whether a strip or FUE technique was used. Patients are then to wet the face after 5 days with soap and water, starting to remove the dried blood and crusts. Shaving is permitted after 10 days. Hair regrowth usually starts around four to six months. The transplanted hair can be treated as any other facial hair and allowed to grow out or shaved.