Dealing with a Receding Hairline
Receding hairline is a very common type of male pattern baldness. In a receding hairline, hair loss usually begins near the temples, creating a “V” pattern of baldness in this area.
The receding hairline differs from a frontal bald spot. In the frontal bald spot, the hair at the temples may recede, the entire front of the forehead also experiences hair loss, resulting in full frontal baldness.
A receding hairline is often accompanied by “vertex” baldness – or a bald spot at the crown.
The good news for patients looking for solutions is that a receding hairline is treatable with hair transplant surgery.
If your hairline isn’t where you want it to be, we can help! Call us today at (866) 751-5683. We’d love to discuss treatment options for your receding hairline.