Wednesday, November 9, 2011

LeBron James' Hairline Woes

LeBron James' receding hairline has been the punchline of many jokes and is often the topic of media speculation, but it appears the basketball star might be planning to put an end to all that. 

In a recent Twitter post, LeBron suggested his hairline might be coming back soon. While the 26-year old athlete might be using humor to address the situation, if he is serious about wanting to reverse the damage, there are options available that can help.

LeBron's best bet is a minimally invasive hair transplant with NeoGraft FUE. The NeoGraft FUE procedure allows athletes like LeBron to avoid having stitches in their donor area, therefore, allowing him to return to training and workouts in as little as three days. Another bonus, NeoGraft leaves no 'tell-tale' linear scar, so very short haircuts are possible later on.

He would hardly be the first public figure to take action against hair loss, more celebrities and athletes are investing in hair restoration than ever before. New technology and non-invasive procedures are selling points for those looking to enhance their looks discreetly. With the NBA currently stuck in a lockout, now may be the perfect time for LeBron to seek the help of a board-certified hair restoration physician. 

Many people are surprised to learn that hair transplantation works equally well for ethnic patients and especially those of African descent.  Before and After photos of Dr. Alan Bauman's ethnic hair transplant patients are available.