Dear Dr. Rassman,
I have two questions. Before that just few words about me. I am one of the hairiest people, period. Yet and a bad luck has it, I lack hair on my head (thinning) and on some spots on my beard.
1) I see people doing beard implants (recipient is beard). I might be interested in that. In fact I would be very interested in relocating the hairs under my beard line (which in my case there is not even a beard line) and above it to the beard itself. People say that there are no scars left. Is this true? I actually started electrolysis (1 session) to get rid of my facial and neck hair, but it seems leaving some marks. Is it possible that extracting the whole follicle will leave less marks (while having the advantage of using the follicle for implant !).
2) second question is about the quality of strong beard and neck hair on the head.
Neck hair is not permanent hair in many people so it should not be used for donor transplant hairs. Filling in a beard with holes of absent hair works very well. Moving hair from one place to another can be done, but I would rather meet you and make some determinations of goals, hair quality, donor scalp density, etc… to understand your goals on a one on one basis.