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Two and a Half Men star Jon Cryer has been noticeably balding for years, often concealing it on set and at big events with what appear to be hair pieces and possibly also camouflage agents.
Cryer is a great example of someone who would benefit tremendously from a multi-therapy treatment approach, combining hair transplantation and supportive medical therapies.
As can be seen in the photos below, when Cryer is without any hair piece, his hair loss is quite extensive throughout the crown:
At the same time, however, the crown still has many surviving follicles, and a surgical procedure could rebuild density throughout those areas:
As extensive as Cryer's hair loss is, it's still treatable with a combination of NeoGraft FUE (most certainly multiple sessions), plus compounded finasteride FinPlus, Formula 82M, Viviscal Pro, etc. He could vastly improve his hairline, rebuilding most of it, were he to undergo proper treatment with a qualified, board-certified hair restoration surgeon.
Often, hair loss patients make the mistake of thinking that their condition is "too bad" to be fixed. While waiting to seek treatment certainly doesn't help, in many cases even extreme cases can be fixed with the proper treatment plan.
Hopefully Cryer will seek out a hair restoration physician at some point. It would be a shame to see him go fully bald when he doesn't have to.