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Jul 22, 2022 BlueMagic Group

What Is The Best Age To Have A Hair Transplant?

Hair loss is a pretty common problem that affects both men and women. Hair loss is estimated to affect around 50% of women and 60% of men of all ages globally. 

Hair loss can also affect men in their early twenties in the worst cases. Although baldness may impact people of any age, losing hair in your twenties might be worrying.

Baldness is caused by hormonal changes and a genetic tendency, and it emerges as a receding hairline or crown hair thinning. 

Younger men who are concerned about the effects of this condition on their looks, self-esteem, and future prospects often wonder what is the best age to have a hair transplant.

Before suggesting the best age for hair transplant and optimum hair transplant treatment for you, the surgeon evaluates multiple factors such as the kind of hair loss, the pattern of hair loss, the quality of the donor’s hair, and the size of the balding spot.

We want to explain in this blog that the greatest hair transplant results are not related to a certain age, but rather to specific genetic and medical factors that might impact your hair restoration process. There is no best age to have a hair transplant as such.

Is There Any Age Limit to Have a Hair Transplant?

There are many general answers when it comes to the best age for a hair transplant. Most surgeons suggest an age range of 18-65 for people who can have hair surgery. 

Although putting an age ‘cut-off’ on hair transplantation is difficult. The hair loss pattern of certain young individuals under the age of 20 has not yet been identified. 

However, in rare situations, youngsters may already have noticeable hair loss and can begin the hair restoration procedure. In this case, waiting years before deciding to visit a hair transplant clinic for treatment might reduce your chances of getting approved for the transplant.

Your age has no effect on the ultimate hair transplant results. Nonetheless, there are several conditions that make patients unsuitable for a hair transplant ( alopecia androgenic, lifestyle, and other medical conditions).

Hair transplant surgery’s right age has always been a talking point!

Why Do People Lose Hair?

Why Do People Lose Hair?

People lose their hair for a variety of reasons: 

  • A prolonged lack of sleep can temporarily impact the strength of the hair. Inadequate sleep has been proven to have significant harmful effects on the body. It can lead to hair loss and thinning hair conditions both directly and indirectly.
  • A bad diet deficient in vitamins and minerals can result in hair loss and slow the hair development process. In the absence of nutrients like Iron, Vitamin D, Zinc, Protein, etc. in the diet, there could be a negative impact on hair growth that may result in thinning of hair or hair loss.  
  • One of the most common reasons for extensive hair loss in both men and women is a genetic tendency known as androgenetic alopecia. This hair loss condition can be inherited from either your mother’s or father’s side of the family, however, your mother’s side is more likely to be impacted. Dihydrotestosterone, or DHT, is the most common cause of this hair loss condition.
  • One of the most common causes of hair loss is aging. Hair loss can be quickly restored with new hair while we are younger. However, as we age, this process slows.
  • Hair loss in women can be caused by hormonal changes caused by birth control medications, pregnancy, and childbirth. Polycystic Ovary Syndrome can also cause hair loss in women. Because the ovary includes a high number of cysts, women may have hormonal imbalances
  • It has been clinically proven that anxiety and stress can cause hair loss. If you’re losing hair because you’re stressed or anxious, the first step is to reduce your stress levels
  • Patients with chronic conditions, such as liver or kidney failure, or those undergoing chemotherapy, are not eligible for a hair transplant.

It makes no difference whether people undergo Sapphire FUE hair transplant treatment in their mid-40s or in their 20s. 

What matters is that, depending on the case, they begin their hair recovery process at the right time, rather than waiting for significant hair loss.

People do not often understand that losing a lot of hair and having a poor donor area can affect their eligibility for a hair transplant.

If you have begun to notice hair loss and are considering a hair transplant or would want more information about hair transplantation, we encourage you to contact BlueMagic Group to obtain the correct diagnosis and treatment plan.

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