In hindsight, you are not that surprised that your husband plans to start the new year by checking out the options for hair replacement services. After months of carefully watching what he ate and making sure that he got a good deal of exercise, your husband had really changed the way that he looked. In fact, he changed so much that most of the things that he is wearing are items that are new to his wardrobe.
In addition to getting some new clothes, your husband’s fact has even transformed. Much thinner and more angular, your husband has even ordered several pairs of new glasses to fit his new younger, and more fit look. In spite of all of his efforts, however, there is one thing about his appearance that diet and exercise will not change. His hair.
The fact that your husband already started to lose his hair when he was just in college means that he has always had the look of an older man. A man with a receding hairline, even when he was in college. And while there were a few years when your husband tried to embrace the bald look, the fact of the matter is that he really liked the days when he had a full head of hair.
With an appointment scheduled with a hair loss specialist at the beginning of the year, your husband is hopeful that he can have a new look at some point in the future. He no longer shaves his whole head to disguise the receding hairline, but he also is not totally happy with his current look. He is hopeful that the hair replacement specialist will help him improve his looks. Looks that he has worked hard on in his effort to lose weight and exercise on a more frequent basis.
Consider some of these facts and figures about the services that are provided by male hair loss specialists and the number of Americans who might find themselves in need of these services:
- 66% of American men will experience some degree of appreciable hair loss by the age of 35.
- 85% of men have significantly thinning hair by the age of 50.
- 50% of a man’s head of hair will be gone before it becomes cosmetically visible.
- 35 million men in America are currently enduring some level of hair loss or baldness.
- A strand of hair grows for two to six years, goes into a resting phase for several months, and then falls out. This entire process occurs before any normal balding and/or hair loss takes effect.
Knowing how to treat hair loss can help you improve not only how others see you, but also the way that you see yourself. Are you ready to start the New Year looking your best by making an appointment with a hair replacement specialist?