One of the most common patterns of hair loss is a receding hairline, also known as a ‘widow’s peak’. This is where the hair is lost at either side of the forehead, usually leaving a triangular peak in the middle. For some men this might be the only area of hair loss, but others may also experience thinning at the crown. For those with more aggressive forms of MPB the hairline will recede further and further until it either meets the crown (which might also be balding), or results in a large bald area at the top or front of the head. Click below to view hundreds of before/after photos from our regrowth gallery, speficially for a receding hairline.