hello, i am a 22 year old male who has had hairloss for about 3/4 years now, a year ago after noticing quite bad thinning i started using regaine and procerin combined, my hair thickened slightly but not much so 3 weeks ago i swapped the procerin for finpecia (generic finasteride) i now have lots of hairs in my hairline but they seem to stay the same length, realising that these medications don’t re grow hair in the receding hairline area i have been considering some form of surgery, baffled by the procedures and sites recommending certain types only i was wondering if you could tell me what the best procedure is for a young man who just wants to fill in his hairline slightly and maybe help thicken the front as well?
I do not quite know what you are asking. If you are considering a hair transplant procedure, you need to see a hair transplant doctor for a good physical examination and his/her evaluation. Generally, hair transplants in a 22 year old man is approached with great caution for two key reasons —
- You may have further balding in the future
- A surgical procedure like this may accelerate the balding process
A good Master Plan must be created to account for your hair loss worst case scenario so that whatever is done today, will continue to look good as you get older. The best hair transplant procedures use follicular unit grafts by experienced teams.