Male Pattern Baldness

You’re not alone…

Male Pattern Baldness, a condition affecting more than two-thirds of all males, is the result of hormonal changes that cause the hair follicle to shrink and grow at a steadily slower rate. Eventually, growth ceases completely and the hair falls out, usually in a predictable pattern. The vast majority of men in this country have significantly thinning hair by age 50. You’re not alone.

Fortunately, the hair at the back of the head is not subject to Male Pattern Baldness, but is genetically programmed to last a lifetime. Even in the most advanced cases of baldness, a fringe of hair remains near the nape of the neck. This non-balding hair continues to grow when transplanted to other sites of the scalp, which is exactly what we do in hair transplant surgery.

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