Beard Transplant

We fulfil your wish for a full beard. Gentle and natural thanks to the FUE method.

from CHF 80.– /month*


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A New Way of Life - This is How it Works!

Do you suffer from beard hair loss and feel like it restricts your quality of life? Rely on HAIR & SKIN - the Swiss market leader for hair transplants! We offer hair transplants of the highest quality at a fair price, without the need to travel abroad.
  1. Schedule a Free Appointment

    Book a free appointment at one of our nearby locations.

  2. Free Hair Analysis and Consultation

    Our specialised doctors provide a hair analysis with non-binding advice.

  3. Barttransplantation

    Hair transplant appointment - guaranteed in less than 30 days after your first consultation.

  4. Check-Ups

    Stop by for a follow-up and final check-up. Every consultation and check-up appointment is completely free of charge.


  • Punching in preparation for follicle removal

  • Extraction of individual hair root groups

  • Collection the hair roots (grafts)

  • Implantation of the grafts at the affected areas

Mission Masculinity - Your Way to a Full and Gapless Beard

Beard Transplant Testimonial

Thanks to the beard hair transplant at HAIR & SKIN, many patients already enjoy a full and even beard.

  • Vorher


    M, 29 years old

    1'500 Grafts

  • Before


    N, 29 years old

    2'200 grafts

  • Before


    O, 53 years old

    550 Grafts

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    R, 37 years old

    2'200 grafts

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    A, 32 years old

    1'900 grafts

Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a beard take to grow?

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    Beard growth is as individual as our eye color. How quickly and densely the beard grows depends entirely on our genetic material. Here are some general guidelines about beard growth:

    • You want a casual three-day beard à la David Beckham? Then you'll usually have to be patient for 3 to 5 days.
    • 1 centimeter beard would not be bad? Then count on 25 to 33 days.
    • A full beard of at least two centimeters in length has always been your dream? Then expect to wait 50 to 66 days.
    • A stylish hipster beard with a length of 5 centimeters is exactly your style? Perfect, in 4 to 6 months you might have reached your goal.
    • You want to break the current world record of 5.33 meters? A mammoth task: 36.5 to 49 years of patience are now coming your way.

    Good to know: For a well-groomed appearance, it is not only a dense beard growth that counts. The sideburns also play a role. Only if they harmonize with the beard, the final result looks fresh, youthful and vital.

  • What are the causes of bald patches and beard loss?

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    Just like the hair on the head, the beard hair in men lives dangerously. Because would you have thought that almost every second man has to struggle with sparse beard growth or even beard loss at least once in the course of his life? But what can be the reason for this?

    This is often not so easy to answer. After all, there are several possible causes for hair loss. Let's take a look at the most common causes together.

    • Most often, genes are to blame for sluggish beard growth, better known as androgenetic alopecia (AGA). Because the hereditary or constitutional hair loss unfortunately does not stop at the facial hair. Almost 80 to 95 percent of all cases of hair and beard loss are related to genetic predispositions.
    • Hormonal fluctuations are just as conceivable. A testosterone deficiency in particular can have a negative effect on our beard growth. Tumors as well as inflammations or injuries of the testicles are often to blame for the deficiency. The same applies to a congenital protrusion of the testicles, also called cryptorchidism. However, chronic stress or an unbalanced diet are also not to be underestimated.
    • A rarer form of beard loss is called alopecia areata, better known as circular hair loss. The special feature of this disease: circular bald patches form in the beard, about the size of a coin. The cause of alopecia areata is still unclear. However, experts assume an autoimmune disorder of the body. In other words, the immune system fights itself. It even actively attacks healthy hair cells.

    Good to know: Stagnant hair growth is no longer an unsolvable problem. With the help of a professionally performed hair or beard transplantation, thinning areas can be easily, quickly and effectively thickened again. Within a very short time, the beard dress makes a fresh and full impression again.

  • How does a beard hair transplant work?

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    A beard hair transplant is closely related to the classic hair transplant. First, there is a detailed consultation with the doctor in charge. Here the patient has the opportunity to express his wishes, ideas and concerns. Then the doctor explains the medical options and draws the outline of the desired beard. He always includes the existing beard hair.

    Only after these preliminary discussions the actual beard transplantation takes place. Here the physician dedicates himself first to the donor area, which is usually on the back of the patient's head. The reason: Here the hair roots are virtually immune to the notorious hair loss hormone DHT. But that's not all: the hair roots at the back of the head also strongly resemble the beard hair in terms of structure and thickness. And the greater the similarities, the more harmonious the result.

    Now the physician removes single hair follicles from the back of the head and stores them temporarily in a nutrient solution. In this way, they are only minimally cut off from the skin's natural nutrient supply, which greatly increases their chances of survival. In the popular FUE technique (Follicular Unit Extraction), the individual hairs are now prepared for beard hair transplantation in meticulous detail and transplanted along the natural direction of growth.

    Important: On the head, our hairs grow in small groups. Up to four hairs are in one group. With the beard it is different. It is composed of many individual hairs. And this is exactly what must be taken into account during transplantation.

    In order to be able to transplant the individual hairs into the beard, the physician exposes tiny openings in the skin. These serve him, so to speak, as mini-channels for the grafts.

    The beard transplant takes several hours. During the entire procedure, however, the patient remains conscious. He can read, watch TV or talk to the staff. Nevertheless, the procedure is painless for him. With local anesthesia, he does not notice the individual steps of the treatment.

    And what about the regeneration after the beard transplantation? This is also limited. Already after a few days the patient is fully socially acceptable again.

    However, beware: A few weeks after the procedure, the transplanted hair may fall out again. But there is no need to panic. This process is completely normal after beard transplantation. After 1 to 6 months, the lost hair already grows back vigorously and permanently. And this youthful fresh final result now lasts a lifetime. Thus, a beard transplant is not a temporary solution like minoxidil or finasteride. It is a solution for the long term.

  • Where should get your beard transplant done?

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    Once you have decided that you want a new beard, the search for the right clinic begins. Where is your beard in the best hands? Who brings the most experience?

    Many patients first think about Turkey for the procedure. The main reason for the boom is the low prices. But the low cost is not always a guarantee of quality. On the contrary, it is not uncommon for patients to be disappointed with the results later.

    Understandably, many alopecia patients are nowadays looking around in Switzerland. Renowned clinics with experienced specialists, advanced techniques and professional consultations are a matter of course here. HAIR & SKIN sets a good example. Our medical professionals understand their craft. With experience, expertise and empathy, they help their patients achieve the beard of their dreams.

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