Hello, I’m a 31 year old Asian male who was born with a natural Norwood 3 – 4 level of hairline recession. Although I haven’t experienced any hair loss since, it’s always been a personal sore spot, and I’m finally ready to do something about it. I’m wondering, is it possible to undergo a hair transplant procedure and lower my matured hairline to the level it should have been in my early twenties?
It would certainly be possible to construct a new hairline somewhat lower than even your juvenile hairline. If you haven’t lost much during adulthood, I see no reason why you would be a poor hair transplantation candidate. Especially since Asian hair is usually wavy and coarse, so it should provide good coverage. It’s best to see what a hair restoration physician has to say regarding graft numbers, which will differ depending on just how much lower you want to go. Also, keep in mind that hair line lowering should be approached in a somewhat conservative manner to account for any future hair loss.
Blake – aka Future_HT_Doc
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