Before and after
Typical male baldness generally begins with receding of hair in the Temporal areas and additionally in the forehead area. With the passing of years the Temporal area deepens, that is to say, the hair on the sides of the forehead becomes finer, lighter and downier, the Temporal area, as mentioned, deepens in relation to the forehead until that moment when the sides of the Temporal areas meet the forehead and create baldness.
Baldness in the Temporal Areas begins usually in the teen years and especially males having a genetic, hormonal tendency.
Tips and Ways of Coping
In cases where baldness begins only in the Temporal Areas, it is recommended to use Minoxi 5% twice a day, and not Propesia, which is more helpful at the forehead and mid-scalp , and less so at the Temporal and frontal areas.
In order to check the efficiency of Minoxidil one has to use it for at least 6 months – in the event that it does not help, one would have to consider hair transplants in the crown area. It is not recommended to perform a transplant under the age of 25 since it is difficult to know what kind of baldness will eventuate. Transplantation of hair in the crown area at a younger age, could be feasible at the discretion of the doctor if the youth has an otherwise full head of hair, and does not have a family history of baldness.
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About Dr. Ginzburg
Alex Ginzburg was born in Argentina and is a graduate of the medical school at La Plata University in Argentina. In 1978 Dr. Ginzburg immigrated to Israel, where he completed his specialization in dermatology in 1987 at the Rabin Medical Center, Beilinson Campus. Through 2000, he remained on staff there as chief physician in the Department of Dermatology and also taught dermatological surgery.,