Chronic hair loss of the so-called ” androgynous type “, starts at young age and has two causes: hormonal and hereditary. Usually, hair loss will start at an age of about 30 years with a stabilizing around 40 years of age.
A man almost never loses the hairs on the back, these are genetically different from the forehead hair. Through this difference it is possible to transplant hair of the back of skull to the upper front and to obtain a stable hair growth. To achieve the best possible results after a hair transplant, Dr. Rebin strongly recommends carry out a Galeotomy a few weeks before the hair transplant. This will “cool off” the scalp and will induce sustainable hair growth.