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First of all, should consult with a specialist doctor to understand the underlying cause of mustache loss. If the loss is permanent, a mustache transplant operation can be performed, which is the most effective solution to tighten the mustache and gain a healthy and natural appearance.

  • Di Hydro Testosterone (DHI) hormone deficiency or loss of activity of this hormone
  • Problems due to hormones
  • Traumas; Scars and burns in the face area
  • Various skin diseases
  • Disorders linked to genetic codes.

Mustache Transplantation Treatment 

Mustache transplantation is a permanent solution for people with mustache loss or hair loss problem. The process of transplanting healthy hair follicles to the areas where there is no mustache by surgical methods is called mustache transplantation. With the mustache transplantation operation, the hair follicles resistant to shedding are collected in the nape region of the patient, and the patient’s own healthy hair is transplanted into the spilled area in the mustache region. Although hair-like growths are seen at first, over time it begins to take on the characteristics of the region it is in and passes into a normal mustache pattern. 

Mustache Transplant 

Not only healthy hair and full beards, but also mustaches that complement men’s stance are very important in terms of appearance, self-confidence and feeling good. You can get professional service in our clinic for healthy, full and easily shaped mustaches. 

What Causes Mustache Shedding? 

Although mustache loss can be caused by skin diseases, genetic predisposition, psychological problems, as in beard loss, it can also occur due to some reasons called corner in medicine. In case the mustache falls out or does not grow at all in some areas, such as in the corners, you can have the mustache transplant treatment done by our specialist doctors at Besty Clinic with peace of mind. 

How Is Mustache Transplantation Performed? 

Mustache transplantation is a painless operation that takes approximately 4-5 hours in a single session. After the procedure, crusting and redness can be seen in the transplanted area for a few days, although it is as large as a needle tip. This is perfectly normal and will pass in a few days. The procedure is performed with local anesthesia. After 15 days in the treatment area, the hairs at the ends of the transplanted roots fall out and within 3-4 months the hairs begin to grow again. 

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