You can't salt a single component that performs both identification and authentication. The salt has to be exactly reproducible for each person or the final hash can't be matched to anything. This is why the world is based on at least two components of authentication. The first component is your public ID, and that is used to retrieve a secret salt value and hashed verification from a database. The second component is your secret verification, which is hashed with the salt then compared against the stored value. This can't work when you're trying to identify and authenticate with just a fingerprint.
All salt does is prevent bulk hash reversal. Hashes can still sometimes be reversed, but the process must be repeated for each unique salting value.