British papers are reporting that the Queen's longtime hair dresser is urging Prince William to undergo a hair transplant.
At 28, Prince William has advanced male pattern hair loss for his age - in fact, he's a Norwood Class III-vertex, progressing quickly toward IV and beyond.
While a microsurgical FUE hair transplant with NeoGraft (the "Cadillac of hair transplants") would provide the best results, he does have other options.
Prince William would benefit from a multi-therapy approach that combines finasteride (Propecia), minoxidil (Rogaine) and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT). Non-invasive FDA-approved therapies can start reversing the miniaturization of the hair follicles immediately.
Today hair transplantation is growing in popularity and can often be done undetectably. But the bottom line is, there are many options available for Prince William should he wish to take on his hair loss.