Hair Transplant for Widow’s Peak
Men experience hair loss in a variety of ways but one of the most common indications is the appearance of a V-shaped pattern at the crown. This is known as the widow’s peak and is typically seen in males of varying ages. Let’s take a deep dive into the science, causes, and remedies associated with widow’s peaks and how to gracefully manage or correct them.
Hair loss speed: Slowly, over a long time period of time, typically between ages 17 to 30
Hair loss speed: Fast, typically at a very young age
Hair loss speed: Might be apparent since birth due to certain conditions or grow over time with age
Hairline: 1 to 1.5 inches above juvenile hairline, V or M shaped
Hairline: Beyond 1.5 inches of juvenile hairline
Hairline: V shaped
Symptoms: Hairline retreats slowly from the temples, the retreat is moderate and not more than 1 to 1.5 inches above your highest forehead wrinkle
Symptoms: The hairline recedes rapidly beyond 1.5 inches from the temples, forehead, and in some cases, the crown
Symptoms: Hairline is lower at the center of the head and receded at the temples forming a V shape
Frequently Asked Questions
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