I am 40 years-old and I have a high hairline with slight receded corners. Is it advisable to have a hair transplant to fix this? Are there any risks?
At 40 with only recession in the frontal hairline, you are a good candidate for a hair transplant that will move the hairline down. The greatest risk is acceleration of your hair loss. It is unusual to have significant hair loss if you only have recession at your age. To answer your second question, this risk is low.