Body hair extraction is not recommended by Harmony Hair Clinic because of the some reasons which is explained below. However, body hair transplant surgery is usually performed in the following cases:
Concerns regarding a successful body hair transplant surgery:
There are three major concerns that patients have to evaluate to experience an effective body hair transplant operation. These concerns are:
- Your hair cycle of body hair.
- The removal process.
- The compatibility of scalp and body hair.
The disadvantages of this kind of operation is that typically body hair is not a better quality than that on the scalp, because the structure of scalp hair is more genuine than the other parts of the body. In order to have a successful result from the operation much more hairs need to be transplanted. Also, the compatibility of these two hair types is essential to be able to attain the best achievable result. Patients must agree with the need of shaving all the hair constantly to make it look equal.
Remember also this before deciding on a body hair extraction, the success rate is less than Fue hair transplant surgery on scalp. The main reason is because body hair is not beneficial as the hair of head.Therefore, if 2000 grafts are taken from the body during the surgery, it is possible to not have a permanent result for that 1000 graft can be failed.
Therefore it is advised to the patients the other Fue hair transplant technique from the donor area of the scalp rather than only think about body hair transplant procedure initially.
Body hair extraction is not a really suggested way to cover hair loss areas and needs to be performed by a highly skilled surgical team. It is vital that tight quality control procedures are watched during every single step of the operation to have a very good result.
Summary: We are not willing to apply for body hair extraction operation as long as extra ordinary conditions. Our first priority is always try to obtain the grafts from the scalp area where it is called donor area on the side and back of the head, and following beard (chin) extraction.