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Topic Title: body hair transplants
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Created On: 03/28/2017 01:11 PM
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hi guys

wondering why the success rate is lower with using body hair like chest, arm and leg than it is using scalp hair? and why is it more expensive?

i know this seems abit nuts. but im looking to intentionally avoid using scalp hair and go straight to body hair to avoid a 'pluggy' look

my hair is close to looking like the attachment below.

all i want to do is rebuild my temples very conservatively to create a frame for my face. and continue to keep it really short. and because most of the top of my head is thinner, i think using scalp hairs would give an unnatural appearance. the hairs on my arms and legs are thnner and would match my scalp.

like i said i want to go very conservative here. i dont take meds and wont because of past side effects and and happy with having a buzz cut balding looking

i just want to fill temple areas a bit with some fine hair to create a naturally looking balding frame.

does this make sense?


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