From the August 2012 issue of Tennessee Health and Wellness Magazine. Written by Michael Ramsey, PAI Nashville Clinic Director.
Last week heart throb and mega-music sensation Justin Bieber ‘dissed’ prince William about his hair loss. According to U.K.’s Rollercoaster magazine, “The Biebs slammed Middleton’s husband, Prince William, for his thinning hair. He even offered some advice to the Prince.” The Birtts didn’t like this a bit and have fired back. According to an on-line source called Pop Crush the British say, “Wills and Prince Harry may joke about William’s thinning hair, but that doesn’t mean a kid like Justin can come sauntering in and join in the joke. Men are sensitive about the issue of balding and The Biebs was making light of a not-so-nice situation.”
According to a top hair expert, Dr. Asim Shahmalak, Prince William will be bald by the time he is 40. “…. he has urged the prince to do something or risk becoming completely bald. Dr. Shahmalak continues, “Prince William has quite fine light brown hair. To restore the hair on the top of his head to a reasonable level of density, he will need at least 3,000 or 4,000 hair grafts where hair is taken from the back of the scalp and moved to the top of the head. This is similar to the treatment which (British soccer player) Wayne Rooney had.”
Reversing hair loss
I would suggest laser/ EXT hair therapy, Enhanced Hair Growth Therapy therapy, and/or hair growth shakes coupled with a hair transplant procedure. This would do two things that prince William needs. The non-surgical treatments such as Laser / EXT hair therapy, Enhanced Hair Growth Therapy therapy and/or hair growth shakes would help slow down or stop his hair loss and the hair transplant procedure would add new hair in between the hair William’s lost to add fullness and restore his receding hair line.
Once the hair seeds are transplanted, they gradually grow in and thicken what prince William has lost. Today, hair transplants are a natural and popular way to eliminate baldness. Many people are taking advantage of this natural and permanent option to reverse hair loss.
While we can’t all have Justin Bieber hair, we can make the most of what we have if that is important to us. While we must respect prince William’s position of letting things go, we don’t have to accept that as our fate as well. Some men look good bald and William may be one of them. Justin’s youthful look and fan base in large degree dictate his look and musical direction. Prince William will be king one day whether he has hair or not. Let’s face it, Kate is a knock out and they are happily married. His need to have hair is different than most people in the world trying to make their way socially and in the working environment. Prince William’s fate was preordained at birth.
Hair transplants grow in gradually and slowly thicken the hair that was lost. As shown above over the course of a year 6,500 hairs grew in gradually from Todd’s transplant. Earlier in the year, we transplanted the hair seeds where he was bald and also where he was thin. Then, around the 4th month some of the hairs started growing. By the 5th month you could begin to see an improvement and by a the end of the year Todd was all smiles with his new hair.
The Final Word on Hair Loss
I think Justin didn’t intend to be cruel or dismissive but it seems to have taken on that tone as more and more media outlets covered the story. While hair is clearly important to Justin Bieber and his career, it may not be that way for William. In any event, I’m sure if he wanted to do something about his hair loss he would. In any event, the very best to Justin with his full locks and William who’s dealing with his hair loss.