Is beard hair good for hair transplant?

Beard hair. If you mean transplanting beard hair to the top of your head then generally the answer is NO. Beard hair almost always has a different texture than hair on your head and using your beard hair as donor hair will leave permanent scars on your face from where the hair is removed.
Not for your scalp. If you are considering transplants to the scalp then no, not good for that purpose. Cannot remove enough to be helpful, plus would leave significant scaring on the face from where it was harvested. Dr R.

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If I get a hair transplant from my beard to scalp, will my beard grow back? I ideally would like my beard to grow back

No beard to scalp . The beard and scalp have completely different types of hair, and beard hair is not suitable for the scalp. Also, scars are left in the hair donor site. Even if the beard was a suitable donor site, you would not want to have these scars on the face. Donor hair should be taken from the back of the head where the hair density is sufficient. I use the Neograft technique, which leaves no linear scars. . Read more...

Is hair transplant has good result?

Results are variable. Men can lose hair for different reasons. You would need to be evaluated to determine if this was or wasn't the best option for you. Read more...
Hair Transplant. When done right, a hair transplant surgery can produce lifelong results that are so natural that even hair stylists cannot detect them. But choosing the hair restoration procedure and clinic is critical. Read more...

Vp biden had that hair transplant years ago and still looks good. Do you need to redo or add to it once its done?

Maybe. It probably depends on how the hair transplant is performed. The hair that is transplanted will continue to behave as it would have based on where it came from. There are certain parts of your scalp which are more likely to go bald. Hair taken from those portions less likely to go bald will continue to grow. It is also affected by your rate of hair loss, and the artistry of the surgeon. Read more...
Often yes. Male pattern baldness slowly progresses every year for most individuals. After several years new areas of thinning may need treatment. Propecia (finasteride) treatment can retard this loss fortunately. Read more...
Perhaps. Hair can only be added to bald areas. In a few years, as moe hair is lost, the original bald areas may be bigger, but the area of transplanted hair will be the same size. This can lead to a bald zone around the area of transplanted hair. If you don't like that look (who would!) the new bald strip between the hair not yet lost and the transplanted hair will have to be filled in with new grafts. Read more...
On occasion. Occasionally male pattern baldness will advance to beyond the initial areas effecting the frontal hairline with regression behind the grafted area to involve the crown as well. Typically the grafts will be well maintained for the vast majority of your lifetime according to the donor site characteristics. Read more...

Is it true that hair transplant is only good for 5 years cause that is the normal life span of hair follicles?

Hair Transplants. Transplanted hair is permanent, so if the transplanted follicles are harvested from the appropriate "Donor Area" of the scalp, they will live and grow forever in their new location. However, you MUST start non-invasive medical treatments to protect your NON-transplanted hair from male pattern hair loss. Effective treatments like minoxidil, finasteride, laser therapy, PRP, etc. can be prescribed. Read more...

My doctor is monitoring if I do have hyperthyroidism, but meanwhile my hair is thinning, and I need to know if hair transplant would be a good idea?

On the internet? Without an examination, blood testing, or knowing your genetics? That is not possible here. What does the physician who cares for you and knows you and has examined you advised? Read more...