BHT – Body Hair transplant | Body hair transplants
The most frequently asked question is what to do when the usual donor area at the back of the head is exhausted or too light?
Many clients are concerned that their donor area is too light or exhausted after too many hair transplants. To counteract this problem, the new BHT technique offers a ray of hope for customers who wish to have a hair transplant but do not have donor hair.
With the BHT method, hair can be removed from regions such as the chest, arms, and legs. However, it should be borne in mind that these areas will require a large amount of local anaesthesia. If you plan to remove all your chest hair, split it into 2-4 sessions.
The larger the area to be removed, the greater the need for local anaesthetic. Of course, there is also a limit to the amount of local anaesthesia. As with any drug there is a limit, if exceeded it can lead to toxic poisoning.
Of course, it is also important that the operator has sufficient experience in the field of BHT.
The next area that is very popular for a BHT is the chin area, which goes down to the neck. These body hairs are suitable for compacting individual areas.
Of course, one should not forget that hair on the body has a different structure than hair on the head. Not all body hair is suitable for hair transplants.
You should seek advice on what is possible and what is not. The expectation of body hair transplants is high but better be realistic.
You can learn more about the structures and phases of hair in our blog About Body Hair.
You are also welcomed to contact us for detailed planning for a body hair transplant.