Hair loss is a very general condition that occurs in both men and women. It is predictable that around 50% of women and 60% of men of all age groups experience hair loss worldwide. According to news by the American Hair Loss Association, nearly 2/3 of men experience hair loss before the age of 35. approximately 85% of men experience thinning hair & hair loss by the time they turn 50. In trouble scenarios, hair loss can also affect men in their early 20s. Although hairless can affect people of any age group, losing hair in your 20s can be a spot relating.
Most cases of hair loss can be recognized to male/female pattern hair loss, which is mainly due to hormonal changes or heredity i.e. history of hair loss in the family. Experiencing hair loss at a young age can impact someone’s look and self-worth, leading many to believe a hair transplant as a treatment option.

When to get a hair transplant?

According to hair transplant experts, young men in their early 20s may not be the best candidate for hair Transplant surgery. This is because the hair loss cause or pattern may not be fully resolute yet. Before recommending the best suitable hair Transplant method for you, the surgeon consider more than a few things such as type of hair loss, hair loss pattern, feature of the donor hair, and size of the hairless area.
In the hair Transplant process, the surgeon extract hair follicles from the donor site, either individual hair follicles (FUE) or an entire strip of scalp from an area of the head that has healthy hair growth (FUT). These follicles are separated into units and transplanted into the hair loss portion. Over time, the scratch on the hair loss will heal, and the follicles start support the growth of new hair. The implant process depends on the harshness of the hair loss and the patient’s facial characters, to make sure it looks natural. For young patients, naught is fully resolute yet, be it the hair loss pattern, or its cruelty. Thus, the best suitable age for a hair transplant is 25+.

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