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.