How to Treat a Receding Hairline
You can treat a receding hairline with medications in the early stages, but advanced cases may require a transplant procedure such as a microscopic follicular unit transplant. A hair transplant surgeon explains 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 treat a receded hairline. Men with male pattern hair loss might experience recession of their hairline as early sign of their male pattern baldness. If you're a man in the age of early 20s to late 30s, and you see a receding hairline, and you have a significant family history of hair loss, you might want to consider seeing a doctor. If you're early on, when you only have miniaturization or fineness, thinning of the hair, which is the stage that you can see here, the thick hair becomes finer, therefore you'll totally lose them. At this stage, you can prevent it by using medications, but if you're too late, and you lost the follicles completely, medication probably is not the best answer. And, you might want to have a hair transplant to restore the balding areas. The procedure that is gold standard of hair restoration is called microscopic follicular unit transplant, in which surgeon removes hair from permanent area on the back that you never lose, and dissect it under microscope into follicular units, which is the natural grouping of hair. And, those follicular units are being transplanted to the balding areas. The result is perfectly natural, and undetectable from a normal head of hair. And, you probably see the growth after six to 10 months after surgery in a way that you can comb and style your new transplanted hair. I'm Dr. Parsa Mohebi with US Hair Restoration, and that was how to treat a receded hairline.