» Hi, I’ve read through a number of your postings on BHT, and they are very
» interesting and informative.
» My question is thus - from your points about BHT and it’s efficacy, if a
» NW7-ish person were to have large amounts of facial hair and body hair, but
» a relatively small amount of scalp hair on the side, what are the
» limitations in BHT that prevent a surgeon from covering the whole scalp
» with a mixture of facial and scalp hair?
» Is it that there would be not enough facial hair (which I assume will be
» used as filler more towards the back of the scalp), or that it would take a
» large no. of sessions?
Use of facial and robust body hair as additional donor makes it possible to provide fuller hair restorations.
Even for patients formerly considered not suitable for hair restoration.
Offhand, a few cases we have undertaken (or are in process), that come to mind are - farscalpe, topshiny, arjun, Vineet, sphinx, finallyfree, zayden etc.
Commitment - The patient has to know the commitment that will be required to see the process through to the end.
Plan - The patient and his doctor should devise the long term plan before the first hair transplant.
Above two are the essential requirements. Let me know if you have additional questions.