I am not happy with my natural hairline, is there a way that I can grow out the edges? (photos)
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Thanks for posting and your photo. Unfortunately once the hair is gone, then it is gone and subject to a hair transplant, there is not much you can do about it. Though you could try PRP, as a first stop.
PRP: Platelet Rich Plasma involves the injection of a patient’s own plasma and growth factors in to targeted areas by a cosmetic specialist. PRP treatment for hair rejuvenation involves the injection of a patient’s own plasma and growth factors in to the to improve hair density and the acceleration of hair growth in order to improve the appearance of hair thickness and condition.
For many people, hair transplant surgery, also known as hair restoration, can effectively help bring back a fuller head of hair within months. With the latest techniques in hair transplantation we can offer a permanent solution to hair loss. We are now able to transplant individual hair follicles from one part of the body to another, whilst preserving their growth physiology and anatomy. This permanent solution means that the transplanted hair follicles will survive and grow as they once did in that area.
Good luck with your journey and finding a great solution.
If you don't like your hair line, a hair transplant may be an option. You would first need to see a doctor for an examination.
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