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Frontal Baldness – How to Prevent and Regrow Frontal Hair Loss

Frontal Balding

Men who have achieved dramatic improvement to their receding hairline from a Belgravia treatment course for hair loss. Please click on the picture for more information on frontal baldness and what can be done.

Frontal balding, otherwise known as a receding hairline or widow’s peak, is one of the most common patterns of hair loss. This pattern of hair loss will mostly affect men, but in some cases women can also be affected. This type of frontal hair loss will usually be attributed to a condition called Male Pattern Hair Loss, which is by far the most treatable hair loss condition.

How is Frontal Balding Treated?

The Belgravia Pharmacy offers a number of medications that are designed specifically for frontal hair loss. These products are based on the licensed and clinically proven medication minoxidil. For details of the range of high strength minoxidil formulations available from Belgravia please contact the centre by calling 020 7730 6666 or message the centre. Belgravia’s treatment courses have successfully treated frontal hair loss in hundreds of men, as can be seen in so many cases displayed on the clinic’s gallery of hair loss success stories. You can also view our receding hairline page for more information and photos.

What else can be done?

In addition to minoxidil, Belgravia’s specialists offer the other clinically proven medication finasteride 1mg, and a number of hair growth boosters to ensure the very best results.

What’s best for you?

A Belgravia specialist will examine your hair and scalp or review the online consultation you have submitted in order to prescribe the treatment options most suited to you. Treatment recommendations will depend on your medical profile and your stage and pattern of hair loss, and will be carefully considered to ensure your treatment programme offers the highest chances of hair regrowth.

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55 Comments

31st March, 2017 at 9:06 am

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Mike, you can find price range information here. We hope this helps

3rd April, 2017 at 6:35 am

Laura

Hi does this work on women with receding hairline too?

3rd April, 2017 at 10:05 am

Sarah Belgravia

Hi Laura, it depends on what is causing the receding hairline as to what can be done to treat it. You can find out more here in this answer to a similar query, responded to by one of Belgravia's senior hair loss specialists: Can Women Have a Receding Hairline?

4th April, 2017 at 12:11 pm

Dr Vishwannath

Nice article. Without hair transplant such good results ! Wow.

15th April, 2017 at 2:42 am

Zakariyah Abdullah

I have thinning in the front, top.

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