Prevent Receding Hairline?

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I’m 30 years old and have stage two hair loss in the hairline. Not bad at all. Just two gaps on the side, and I can conceal it with creative styling. My question is – if I get a hair transplant and fill the gaps, what happens if my hairline recedes further? Will it not look bad? Are there ways to prevent receding hairline?

If you’re considering a hair transplant, it’s always a good idea to learn how to prevent a receding hairline first. I recommend that my male patients use medication such as Propecia (Finasteride) and Rogaine (Minoxidil) in conjunction with surgery to prevent receding hairline.

Each hair transplant procedure should also stand on its own, keeping in mind that the patient may eventually have extensive hair loss. This allows the patient to stop after each session and look completely natural. Success also depends on donor supply, hairline placement/design and large sessions to provide maximum coverage and density. And of course medication to first prevent receding hairline.

It’s important to discuss the above with your doctor and learn how to prevent a receding hairline. Hair transplant planning to prevent receding hairline can be quite complex.

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Dr. Rahal, Founder & Medical Director of Rahal, is highly recommended by the American Hair Loss Association and recognized worldwide for designing his "Rahal Hairline™" — resulting in youthful, natural hairlines with maximum fullness & density,

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