Tinning in a 40 year old famle
The thinning can easily be treated with Scalp Micropigmentation which is an excellent treatment for women with thinning, not transplantation
Yes this can be fixed by hair transplant and the result is usually very successful. It is best to get a consult with a hair transplant doctor and visit for a evaluation.
Yes it can be done. If your examination shows no other areas hair loss a small focused hair transplant surgery may work out.
Yes, but you can also do some things
You could benefit from a selected hair transplantation procedure with the FUE technique so that you don't have any scars or pain later. It would cover the area, but since you do have a family history of thinning hair probably it would be a good idea to take some medication like minoxidil treatment in the form of lotion to preserve your existing hair.
A hair transplant might work for you. See an experienced hair surgeon. It has to be done with great skill to avoid damging adjacent hairs.