You may have heard that young hair loss sufferers with moderate thinning hair are not viable hair transplant candidates due to the progressive and unpredictable nature of hair loss and a finite donor hair supply. But what about older hair loss sufferers who only just recently started losing their hair? Do the same general principles apply to them as well? When is hair transplant surgery a viable solution and when should non-surgical baldness treatments be tried first?
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