Number of Grafts: 3,110

Time Between Photos: 6 Months Post Surgery

Type of Surgery:Follicular Unit Excision (F.U.E.)

Getting a youthful hairline back doesn’t take as long as you might think. This young man is only 6-months post-hair transplant and this procedure has already completely destroyed his receding hairline. At this point his growth is only 50% – 60% of it’s full result and we can’t wait to show off the one-year mark. How early will most men see hair loss? Approximately 25% of men who have hereditary male pattern baldness start losing their hair before the age of 21. By the age of 35, approximately 66 percent of men will have experienced some degree of hair loss. By the age of 50, approximately 85 percent of men will have significantly thinner hair. A receding hairline is a classic early sign of balding. You’ll notice the signs of a receding hairline if your hair begins to thin at the temples, creating a more prominent widow’s peak and a hairline that resembles the letter M or a horseshoe. Where does hair loss usually start? In men, hair often begins to recede at the hairline on the forehead. Women typically have a broadening of the part in their hair. An increasingly common hair loss pattern in older women is a receding hairline (frontal fibrosing alopecia). At Sharma Skin & Hair Surgery we specialize in hair transplant surgery for hair intervention. For most men & women surgery is not required depending on your hair restoration needs. Before coming to see us, speak with a family doctor or dermatologist to see if an alternate, less invasive solution, could be for you.