Nobody wants to become bald at a young age, right? And many questions pop into our heads regarding this So, are you concerned about hair loss and a receding hairline? Are you not sure which is more alarming? What treatments could work? Whether to use home remedies or go to the doctor? Is having a hair transplant unsafe? What is the solution? There are many solutions that our experts can help you out with!
Let’s first understand hair loss in men and women.
Hair Loss in Men
You’d notice a majority of the male population start to experience a receding hairline quite early in their life. A receding hairline or bald spot at the top of a man’s head is often the first sign of hereditary hair loss.
Thinning in this area (mostly above the forehead and along the perimeter of the face) is frequent in males and is directly related to age. It’s typical for your hairline to rise somewhat higher over your forehead as you become older. For men, this usually begins between the ages of 17 and 29. When your hair reaches what some people refer to as your “mature hairline,” it may stop or slow down. However, thinning may continue gradually, as a condition called “pattern balding.”
If you’re prone to hair loss, you could notice that this part of your hairline thins out more than usual, or that places that used to be covered by hair are now exposed. Not everyone who has a receding hairline will go bald entirely. A receding hairline, on the other hand, is a sign that it’s time to start treating male pattern baldness.
The majority of male patients seek treatment for hair loss at an early stage. While males are more impacted by this type of hair loss than women, this does not mean that women are unaffected.
Hair Loss in Women
Hair loss in women typically follows a different pattern than in males. Females do not usually have the receding hairline that occurs at the start of male pattern baldness. Women get female pattern loss.
The first indication of genetic hair loss in women is frequently thinning hair or a widening part.
Women have long hair and are more used to shedding hair in the shower and on the pillow. The sooner you begin addressing a receding hairline, the more hair you’ll keep. Hair loss might begin slowly and then quickly worsen. You’ll be able to save as much hair as possible and, in some situations, even regrow part of the “lost” hair if you act quickly.
Prevention and Regrowth
Hair loss is the result of a combination of genetics and lifestyle factors. You can’t change genes, but you can change your lifestyle. Stress is the most common cause of hair loss and should be avoided. Healthy hair requires a balanced diet. Hair is made up of proteins, vitamins and minerals. Once that starts, the recession in this hairline cannot be stopped. Other factors such as excessive styling, tight hairstyles, unhealthy lifestyles, smoking, and coloring hair with bleach and peroxides can cause hair loss by retracting the hairline.
Preventing a receding hairline can begin as early as the first indications of loss or years later . (to prevent it from going even further back). Because everyone’s tendency to hair loss and recession is different, there is no right or wrong time to begin taking preventative steps (apart from maintaining a healthy lifestyle).
If the hair has fallen out, the only method to restore the hairline is to have a hair transplant. Don’t be put off by this; Hair transplants are considered successful and practical these days. Hair can be implanted consistently, thickly, and at the correct angles of growth by our experts. This can be done without leaving any scar tissue at the donor location.
A hair transplant performed by our skilled surgeon can make your hairline appear full, thick and similar to a natural hairline untouched by male pattern baldness. The results are long lasting because they pull hair from the back of your head, which is not genetically programmed to recede, thin, and fall out.
At, Dr. Bagadia, we will provide you with the ideal solution for all your hair problems!