RECEDING HAIR LINE
- Hair receding from the sides of the forehead characterises male pattern baldness – hair often thins on the crown too, until the two meet, creating a horseshoe-shaped ring of hair around the back of the head.
- A receding hairline is often one of the first signs of hair loss people noticed, but it’s easily thickened and replaced by our FUE hair transplant.
- It is a fact that this is mainly caused by fungal infection on the scalp. Also some other diseases play a role in this.
- Other causes include certain medications, too much vitamin A, or not enough protein.
- It can be also found in women. In that case it is called frontal fibrosing alopecia.
WHAT WE DO
- The FUE Specialist Clinic team will advise you on the best course of treatment, discreetly and sensitively, so you can make the most informed decision about your choice.
- You’ll find more information and some FAQs below.
WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO
- Call one of our experienced surgery team on 0151 280 3248 if you’d like to ask us a question, or use the contact box opposite.
- You can also find more information below about our FUE hair transplant treatments and some relevant questions our clients have asked us.