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Men’s Hair Loss

Three quarters of all men will experience thinning or balding before the age of 50.

Even though male pattern baldness is very prevalent, no one wants to experience it, it affects your confidence and sometimes your success. When people lose their hair, it can negatively affect relationships, careers and confidence. What many people do not realize is that they have options, no matter how much hair they’ve lost. We can help you explore your options

For Men:

What Causes Male Pattern Baldness?Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is hereditary. It’s the most common reason men lose their hair. In the initial stages, men often notice a receding hairline beginning at the temples or thinning at the crown. As the condition progresses, the hairline recedes to the point where it meets the bald spot at the crown. Eventually, all that remains is a pattern of hair around the sides and back of the head.

Men experiencing this condition have inherited hair follicles that are sensitive to a hormone, which causes the follicles to miniaturize over time, producing thinner and less dense hair. Ultimately, the follicles will stop producing healthy hairs and grow only miniaturized hairs that are nearly invisible to the human eye (like peach fuzz). This type of hair loss is progressive, and it can begin at puberty, so early intervention is essential. Fortunately, science has made great strides on its journey to helping people with androgenetic alopecia regain their hair.  Call us or go to our website now to get your free hair restoration consultation. We can’t wait to help!410-391-3399