Hairline restoration guide: read more on receding hairline treatment
There are a number of hairline restoration options available for individuals who feel unhappy with their receding hairlines, which are typically caused by male pattern baldness. Receding hairline treatment can range from medicines such as Rogaine or Regaine (minoxidil) and finasteride (Propecia),
and Low Level Laser Therapy to surgical hair transplants to restore the hairline.
Receding hairline restoration surgery involves transferring healthy hair grafts from other parts of the head to areas where thinning hair and hair loss are occurring. There are two types of surgical donor graft removal: FUT (follicular unit transplantation or strip harvest) and FUE (follicular unit extraction. Grafts obtained from either technique are used to restore a receding hairline. A single surgical session may be adequate to complete the restoration; however, multiple procedures are commonly needed to achieved desired results.
There are several steps following a hair restoration: determining if subsequent sessions, progressive hair loss due to Androgenetic Alopecia, hair transplants done years ago and hairline revisions as patient ages.