I’m 22 and have planned a hair transplant to fill in my temporal recession. One of my concerns though is that my right temple has receded further than my left temple, however, I assume over time my left temple will eventually recede as well. Right now the hairs on my left temple are definitely thinner and weaker than my other hairs.
In doing a hair transplant should I wait until these hairs recede or can I still have a transplant now? I don’t know have any notice hair loss except around my temples and thinning above my forelocks
A quick fix is never the answer, and at such a young age a hair transplant can accelerate more hair loss. You should see a hair transplant doctor to get his/her opinion. I’m certainly not suggesting you have the surgery right now, but your doctor should come up with a Master Plan for treating your loss.
Remember, genetic hair loss is progressive — so treating a minor issue now could result in those grafts not being available if you continue to thin elsewhere.