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Are Hair Transplants Suitable for Young Adults?

Are Hair Transplants Suitable for Young Adults?

Despite what many people seem to think, individuals in Palo Alto can be affected by hair loss at any point in their life. Sure, many people do not experience this unfortunate process until they are well into retirement age, but others can begin to see signs of it happening as early as 19. Just because your amount of follicles on top of your scalp seems to be fluctuating, it does not mean that you necessarily need to start panicking about seeking out treatments to fix the situation. Here is how you can determine whether a hair transplant is right for you as a young adult.

Your Outlook

Some people seem not to realize that just because you begin to lose some of the precious follicles on top of your head, this  does not mean that you necessarily need to seek treatment to remedy the situation. It really all depends on how you look at the situation. If your looks are a major part of your identity and you do not believe that you can get away with some slight balding, then you might want to consider getting a procedure done. However, if you do not have a preference about balding or not, you probably do not need to worry about it, and you could even embrace it and begin shaving your head to proudly show off that bald look.

Recognizing When It Is Happening

A big mistake that a lot of young adults tend to make is that they think they are beginning to go bald when in reality they are just experiencing the introduction of their mature hairline. This is something that can occur to someone anytime between the ages of 17-29. It involves the well defined line starting to retreat slightly and is nothing to be worried about as it happens to everyone. A lot of teenagers will see this change begin to happen and worry that it is a sign of them going bald, when in reality it is something totally normal that does not need treatment to fix it.

There Is More Than One Option

It is a common misunderstanding that a full blown transplant is the only option to fix premature balding. In actuality there are several courses of action that could be taken to address any scalp follicle loss issues that might be occurring. Talk to your physician if you begin to get worried and see what they recommend.

Disclaimer: We are unable to guarantee any result, even though most of our patients do see success. The results of our services will vary greatly to each patient’s level of commitment and compliance with the program.