How Transplantation Works with Different Areas of the Body?
As you begin to learn more about hair transplantation, you may be surprised and even amazed to find that hair can be transplanted from virtually any place on the body, to a new location. This means that the eyelashes, sideburns, back, and chest, can be used for transplantation. This means that regardless of where you are experiencing hair loss, there’s usually a high chance that you can restore hair by using donor hairs from other parts of your body.
Take a look at some specifics for different areas of the body:-
Transplanting Hair to the Scalp from Other Areas of the Body
The most common surgical hair transplants are used to replace hair that has been lost on the head. The most common way to begin regrowth on the head is to take donor hairs from other areas of the scalp. However, in late stage hair loss, there may not be enough donor hair available to start transplantation. In these cases, hair from other areas of the body may be used, however it’s important to note that hair can differ in texture at other parts of the body. This can make transplantation difficult, and using donor hairs from elsewhere are more suited to short cropped hairstyles where differences in hair consistency will not be noticeable.
As a facelift or trauma could lead to loss of hair on the sideburns, transplantation is often used to restore hair here. Donor strands from the scalp or other parts of the body may be used.
Facial Including Moustache and the Beard
For trauma, scarring, or other problems that have led to balding on the face or around the mouth, Ultra Fine FUE techniques can be used to transplant hair and create new growth. This hair can be taken from other areas of the face that are not impacted, or it can be donated from other areas of the body.