According to the expert, balds in Britain may be a little over 100 years old.
More and more men are returning the follicle clock back with their hair transplant the expert believes that by 2138 Britain will not be bald.
The forecast came when the number of Britons in the UK fell by 500,000 over the last decade due to growing popularity and accessibility treatment.
In 2012, there were about 7 million men in the country with or without thinning hair.
In the 10 years since then, about 550,000 have been transplanted, bringing the total to just over 6.4 million.
Some celebrities – such as actors Jason Statham, Dwayne Johnson and Bruce Willis, as well as Italian World Cup referee Pierluigi Colin – have become bald.
But experts say the operations have been popularized by stars including Wayne Rooney, Bradley Cooper and Jimmy Carr, who changed their haircuts and reappeared with thick manes.
Electrical engineer Steve Graves, 42, of Maidstone, Kent, is postponing the app. He told The sun: “I am not one of those guys who really like baldness.
“Nowadays transplants seem pretty successful and you can do it for £ 3,000 to £ 7,000, which I think is worth it.”
He added: “Wayne Rooney changed the industry overnight when he had surgery.
“He spoke openly about hair loss that broke down barriers.”
At the same time, there is good news for some people who suffer from a certain type of hair loss, as the initial trials of the American pharmaceutical company Concert Pharmaceuticals twice daily pills look “promising”.
The study found that four out of 10 patients suffering from focal alopecia were able to grow almost a full head in six months.
Unfortunately, the scientist who creates the drug says it cannot be used by millions of men around the world who lose hair with age.
While alopecia is a common term for hair loss – and includes male pattern baldness – the drug targets a more specific cause called focal alopecia.
This is when the body attacks its own hair follicles.
There are about 100,000 people with focal alopecia in the UK and 6.8 million in the US.
In some cases, this can cause a person to lose all their hair within a few weeks.
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