Male Hair Loss
Male-pattern baldness, also known as Androgenetic Alopecia, is a genetic condition that can be inherited from either side of the family. This type of baldness typically takes place after puberty, as this is when the levels of blood androgens increase.
Studies have shown that 96% of all hair loss in Caucasian Males begins as a receding hairline in the temporal area. This is true no matter what the final outcome of hair loss is. There are cases where those who lose their hair later in life (age 30 or over) develop different distributions and grades of baldness.
Classification of Androgenetic Alopecia (AGA)
Scalp through Densitometer: Left – Normal Scalp // Right – Scalp with Miniaturization
scalp to thinning areas, offering permanent hair growth.