Male Hair Loss
Male Pattern Hair Loss
This condition is also known as Androgenetic Alopecia and follows a distinct pattern often affecting the crown, vertex and parietal region of the scalp. This type of hair loss has a number of contributing factors including genetics, the patient's age, and the presence of the androgen testosterone. Over time the hair becomes noticeably thinner with the Norwood and Hamilton scale used to classify the amount of hair loss. See our Treatments and Services page to view a Norwood scale.