My daughter has ectodermal dysplasia. When she was young, she had a bald crown which was covered with a good combing style. Her hair is brittle and she still has some bald areas. Can she have a hair transplant to deal with the bald areas?
This condition is congenital (for our readership) and its hair symptoms manifests by a lack of hair density, and dry brittle hair (see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ectodermal_dysplasia). Her hair densities may be too low for a hair transplant as she might have a poor donor supply; however, there is no substitute for a visit to a hair transplant specialist’s office to find out where she is on the wide spectrum seen with this condition.