Hair Loss Effects
Characterized by the Norwood/Hamilton Scale, male pattern baldness is a result of genetics and typically begins to manifest itself at the crown and/or frontal hairline. If left untreated, male pattern baldness can quickly advance to partial or total hair loss. It's important to seek treatment and mitigation strategies as soon as possible.
Hair loss can begin at any age and is controlled by genetics and environmental factors. Specifically, stressful careers and lifestyles are common causes of early onset male pattern baldness, the most common form of male hair loss.