Male Pattern Hair Loss Affects Most Men

Over 40 million men suffer from Male Pattern Hair Loss. 40% of men have noticeable hair loss by age 35 and 65% by age 60.

Causes of Male Pattern Hair Loss

The causes of hair loss are many and diverse. The most common cause is hair loss or Androgenic Alopecia. This is a genetic predisposition with hormonal damage and change of the physiology of the hair in the scalp. This change is described as miniaturization.

All hair grows in three phases called Anagen, Telogen and Catagen. These are growth phases which determine growth, resting and changing cycles of the hair.

Hair loss progression is measured by the Norwood Classification scale. Unfortunately hair loss is progressive and without treatment can worsen over time.

Contact Florida Institute of Hair Restoration

To learn more about Male Pattern Hair Loss, contact Florida Institute of Hair Restoration at (407) 720-1444 or request a CONSULTATION appointment today.