Can A Hair Transplant Restore Receding Temples & Hairline?

  • 28 December 2018

When it comes to consultations, one of the most commonly asked questions that the hair treatment clinic get is ‘Will a hair transplant fix my receding hairline?

The answer is a little complex, but Advanced Hair Studio has outlined the main points below.

What is a receding hairline?

Receding hairline is a type of progressive hair loss which is characterized by thinning of the hair - typically on the sides of the forehead - before developing in full baldness. It is, therefore, an early warning sign of baldness of balding.

A receding hairline is something which many people - if not all - have to face at some point during their lives. The receding hairlines are also referred to as androgenetic alopecia. The two most common causes of receding hairline are - genetics and time. While many people will experience baldness during their lives, the genetic proneness can also exacerbate the rate at which hair is lost.

What is a hair transplant?

Hair transplant is a highly technical and specialized technique and is proven to be the most effective, most in terms of results, recovering time and no scarring.

The hair specialist extracts the individual hair follicles from your donor areas - which is typically the back or sides of the head. After completing this, the follicles are then surgically grafted in the recipient area of the scalp wherever the hair is missing. However, if your aim with hair transplant is to fix the receding hairline, the hair follicles will be transplanted towards the front of the scalp - to fill out the hairline and restore it.Advanced Hair Studio is an industry leader when it comes to hair transplants.

How can a hair transplant fix my receding hairline?

The short answer is YES! During the initial consultation, your hair transplant specialist will be able to advise you on the best course of action for you and your hair. It is important to remember that not everyone has the same hair regrowth and hair loss patterns, so it may not be necessarily advisable that you get a hair transplant - if you are way too young to judge the pattern.

But if the hair specialist in Delhi or anywhere else decides that you are a suitable candidate, they will schedule an appointment for you.

After agreeing with you on an appropriate hairline, your surgeon will graft hair to restore the hairline - keeping in mind the natural pattern and shape of your hairline. The surgeon will implant the hair surgically to resemble the natural hair growth, matching the angle and degree that the hair normally grows out.

Have more questions? Schedule a consultation with our specialist. After the consultation, our dedicated specialist tailors the most suitable and effective hair treatment options for your individual conditions and stages of hair loss.

Article by Hair Experts @ AHS

Originally hailing from the length and breath of the country our team of hair experts bring together their strength that lies in consulting for hair and skin/scalp concerns that are faced by a lot of people. This core team involves field experts having passion in the field of aesthetics and creating as well as finding the right answers and clearing doubts about all things "Hair". Combining the interest in the field of aesthetics and general well-being, the team moves forward applying the knowhow gained in the field of trichology as well as hair transplantation contributing successfully in being part of our Team India operations and contributing to the needs of our patrons.

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