Take a good look in the mirror. Is your hairline receding? For most guys, it’s not noticeable until after age 35. If you are losing your hair, it generally happens gradually with just a few extra hairs left behind after you shower or comb your hair. The average person loses about 100 hairs a day, but it’s a lot more than that for guys who are losing their hair.
So what should you do?
You’ve got options. But, please skip the made-for-TV gimmicks and obvious comb-overs. These aren’t manly ways of dealing with hair loss. You’ll probably gain some sympathy from other guys who understand your dilemma, but you could also generate some unwanted snickers and sneers for making the attempt to hide your hair loss.
The Bald and the Beautiful
You can man-up, claim your new look, and be proud of showing off a little chrome-dome. There’s certainly nothing wrong with that. An estimated 35 million guys in the U.S. are currently are at some stage of hair loss, from just a little at the sides or forehead, a full-on bald spot on the crown of the noggin, or both.
But if you find yourself going all Hollywood-producer-Ron-Howard and wear a cap, even when you’re in a suit, maybe it’s time to explore other options to deal with your thinning hairline. Fortunately, there are better options than spray-on hair, the comb-over, or trying to hide your bald spot 24/7.
Hair Loss Treatment Options
In fact, non-surgical options to treat male pattern baldness can help. Products like Propecia, Rogain, and certain medications are among the most popular options available to help you slow the balding process, and in some cases stimulate hair growth.
Other hair loss treatment options are also available like hair restoration and hair transplant procedures. In the United States, more than 100,000 men a year opt for one of these procedures to treat male pattern baldness. And studies show that nearly all guys who choose hair restoration or hair transplant only need 1 to 3 procedures to enjoy a full head of hair again.
If you’ve been considering procedures like hair restoration, hair transplant, or another hair treatment option to deal with male pattern baldness, we can help. At Signature Male, we’ve partnered with Dr. Robert Reese, a practicing surgeon, and member of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, to help you look your best.