Jude Law’s male pattern baldness

POSTED: 27 January 2015

New pictures have emerged of the Hollywood star Jude Law showing his male pattern baldness.

You can see the new pictures here:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2928231/Jude-Law-t-wait-pregnant-ex-Catherine-Harding-birth-baby.html

Jude Law, at 42, is quite unusual when it comes to his hair loss.

He is still regularly cast in roles playing up his 'heart-throb' status, yet he makes no effort to disguise his receding hairline.

Other stars with similar problems chose to disguise their hair loss.

Jason Statham, for instance, has chosen to shave his head for years. Despite his thinning crown, he has still been described as the 'most beautiful bald man on planet.'

http://www.buzzfeed.com/emilyhennen/jason-statham-is-the-most-beautiful-bald-man-on-this-planet#.cp2GoNRKZO

Not the use of the word 'bald' in that last sentence.

Not the most beautiful  - just the most beautiful man in the bald category.

Very, very few Hollywood heart-throbs don't have full heads of hair. Think if some of the big stars of today: Bradley Cooper, Ryan Gosling, Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp, etc.

At Crown Clinic  we work with a lot of celebrities who seek both FUE and FUT hair transplants  They know that they need to carry on looking good to remain in the public eye

and there is nothing wrong in seeking a little extra help from nature. 

Crown Clinic's surgeon Asim Shahmalak said: "Jude is already showing fairly advances stages of male pattern baldness.

'You can see he has lost nearly all his hair from above his temples and now he just has a small tuft of hair at the front of his scalp.

'He will need a fairly large medical procedure to sort it out.

'If he has does not take action in the next few years, he will also lose this tuft and be completely bald at the front of his head.

'His problem could be easily remedied with a hair transplant. Hair would be taken from the back of his head and replanted around the temples to fill out his hairline.

'It is a similar procedure to those undergone by Wayne Rooney.If Jude leaves it any longer, the bald patch will be too large to fix.

'The transplanted hair will be permanent and last him for life.'

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