How to Stop a Receding Hairline
A receding hairline often begins in a young man's 20s, although the first few centimeters of hair loss may just signify the maturation of the hairline. Learn about your risk factors and what you can do to fight back in this free video on receding hairlines and baldness.
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I'm Dr. Parsa Mohebi, with US Hair Restoration. I will be discussing how to stop a receding hairline. Hairline and its recession is usually at the focus of attention when you are having a family pattern of hair loss, and when you see some thinning or recession. So, it's usually happening at early 20s in Caucasians, and that could be considered as a first sign of hair loss in men who have male pattern hair loss. Basically, after that age people with family history of balding, they see that they're receding their hairlines, usually in the corners. On both sides in the corners, a little bit of recession's a few centimeters, initially might be just maturation of the hairline. But, it goes beyond that level, that's when the balding starts. At that point, you want to find a good hair transplant doctor, and ask about the options you have. You might be put on medications such as Finasteride or Rogaine. And, if you didn't go in time, and it's too late, and you already lost hair, you might need a hair transplant surgery to address the issue. I'm Dr. Parsa Mohebi with US Hair Restoration, and I was discussing how to stop a receding hairline.