Body hair transplantation is one of the great invention made by Dr. Ray wood and his sister Dr. Campbell of body hair to scalp transplantation. It is one of the amazing inventions of body hair transplantation or ‘BHT’ made by these FUE hair transplant surgeons form Australia.
What is BHT Body hair transplantation is transplantation of body hair from various part of the body and implants them on an individual’s scalp. A person with an extreme thinning of hair and with limited donor hair can get help with this BHT technique to restore their hair on the head. With this method one can hope to have a full head with Latest Hair Transplant Technology they have sufficient hair on the body. Still advice for the prospective consumer, they need to be weary of bad scars. The new inventions made in body hair transplant technique there are very few surgeons who have worked to refine the techniques of naturalness, aesthetic appeal, obtaining grafts, decreasing scar formation etc.
Body hair transplant is relatively new in the hair transplant field and as mentioned earlier there a very few clinic and surgeons who practice this technique worldwide. Many clinic however tend to promote and use of body hair transplant as being reliable and effective. But the truth is that there a very few cases of success. Body hair transplant is performed like any traditional hair transplant with a purpose to increased volume and density on the scalp. The surgeon takes a donor FUE from the various parts of the body and then implants the graft in the scalp in area that is affected by baldness.
The challenge lies in the extraction of these grafts and whether or not the follicles will be damaged during the procedure. While extracting the body hair the tissue surrounding and underneath is more Susceptible to being bent or drawnout. The more bent that the tissue has the more the follicle will bend, thus distorting the angle that the surgeon felt would have taken to begin with to successfully remove the hair without damage. The body hair transplantation is in its initial stage and it needs to be further studied for better techniques that can be implemented to make this procedure a success every time.