Bruce Willis might look good bald, but that doesn’t mean everybody does. If you’re a young, New York City socialite concerned about thinning hair, you might be interested in finding out about options for a hair transplant in New York. Let’s face it – not everyone can rock a bald head. Will your friends and acquaintances think of you differently when your thinning hair becomes more obvious? Will the ladies at the parties be less interested in chatting with you? Whether or not these concerns turn out to be real, they certainly feel real, and you’re probably not ready to make the stark transition to a fully shaved head. Fortunately, New York hairline lowering options abound, and you can say good-bye to your worries faster than you might think!

Hair transplant surgery involves taking patches of tissue from parts of your head that have no problem producing hair, and inserting them into the places that do have hair-producing issues. These patches include components known as follicular units, from which hairs sprout. It’s kind of like planting seeds in the places where your hair is thinning. This type of treatment can be used to combat male-pattern baldness and female alopecia, as well as lower an excessively high forehead in both males and females. It can even regenerate eyebrows that are becoming less visible. Side effects include possible numbness in the area of the transplant, but that’s not an area where nerve function is especially necessary. What’s most important about those parts of the scalp is that they be covered by hair! Furthermore, the sensation is temporary and normal feeling will return within a year. Hair growth will be complete by the third to sixth month after treatment.

If you decide to get a hair transplant in New York, you’ll want to contact Dr. Ende, a leader in the industry. He will individualize your treatment to fit your needs and ensure that you will be as comfortable as possible during and after the surgery. The transplant is usually performed under general anesthesia, and since the wound is only skin deep, complications such as infections are minimal. Contact his office by calling (917) 678-5606 or fill out the online form.