Hair Loss in Men

Male pattern hair loss (Baldness)

Hair loss in men is a genetic condition affecting around 1 in 3 by the age of 30. If there’s a family history of male or female pattern baldness, it is likely to increase your chance of developing the condition. Male pattern baldness can be prevented if it is addressed in the early to mid-stages.

Early Signs of Baldness

 A receding hairline is often a noticeable mark of hair loss, but some degree of thinning at the temple region is normal as men age.

The Norwood Scale is the most recognised measure of the progression of male pattern baldness. If you’re hairline is at Class 2, you’re at the normal stage. If your maturing hairline progresses to a Class 3, dermatologists recommend that you seek advice.

By using the prescribed treatment early, you have almost a 90% chance of halting the progression of your hair loss and a good chance of even regrowing hair that has been lost.