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“What are your options for a receding hairline?”

First published
10/06/2022

Mo & Ash

Written by
@Mo & Ash

Androgenic alopecia is a genetic condition which affects both men and women. In men it is referred to as Male pattern baldness where men can start suffering from the condition as early as their teens it is characterised by a receding hairline with gradual loss in the frontal scalp and or the crown.

As the definition of androgenic alopecia goes, a receding hairline can usually be one of the first signs. Keep an eye and if it’s caught early there is the possibility of re-growing this hair by simply using a combination of minoxidil plus and anti-androgen such as the Dense Minoxidil + Finasteride spray. If nothing is done, hairs cease to exist and then a hair transplant may be needed to lower the hairline.

Getting a transplant will not protect the rest of your hair from loss. Most good hair transplant clinics will advise the use of preventative medication to prevent further hair loss which could require additional transplant surgery.

Golden Nugget: You can potentially avoid spending thousands on Hair transplant surgery. The key is prevention, the earlier you seek treatment the sooner you can re-establish your natural hairline!

For more from Dense Lifestyle Editor Mo & Ash follow him on instagram at @custom_field

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