30 Years Old, Thinning at Frontal Hairline.

Recently I’ve started to notice my hairline thinning (I guess its about time at 30 years old) but not receding. Its by no means bad, and the top, back, sides of my head are still thick. Having done research on typical alternatives, it seems to take fin for just hairline thinning and no recession might be overkill. I could use minoxidil but applying it 2 times a day for the rest of my life is a pain. Is the solution for those of us with a thinning hairline, but not receding, and OK everywhere else (hopefully…!) a hair transplant?

If you are in or near Southern California, visit me. Topical finasteride might be a reasonable solution, provided we are sure that you are not balding elsewhere on your head. That is why I would perform a HAIR CHECK test ( https://baldingblog.com/haircheck-test-how-it-is-done-and-what-its-value/ ) first to make sure that there is no undetectable balding elsewhere.

Get a virtual consultation with Dr. William Rassman and Dr. Jae Pak for hair loss options. You can learn more by scheduling an appointment.

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