Androgenetic alopecia is a mahttp://hairtransplant.bcz.com/admn/post-new.php#in cause of male pattern baldness. Nor wood-Hamilton classifications include 7 different kinds of hair loss patterns in men. This classification is based on classic study of Norwood with one thousands of adult men. These days, physician and surgeons use this classification to identify which class your hair loss pattern belongs to and then to go with a scalp or body hair transplant in Pakistan. It is time to get complete understanding of this classification.
According to this study, all kind of male pattern hair loss tends to increase with the increasing age of the men.
Type I and II patterns are very common among men but their cosmetic signification is not really high. In type I, a men experience receding hair from frontal hairline close to the temples. Type II is simply an extension of type I pattern of hair loss. When a person experiences a pattern matches to either type I or type then his family history along is helpful in estimating his future hair loss. But nothing can be predicted with accuracy.
When men age then type III pattern of hair loss is obvious. It is also known as “monk’s tonsure”. In type IV and V, men experience not only type III hair loss pattern but also hair recession from forehead. This pattern becomes visible with age.
Type VII is the most severe kind of male pattern hair loss. It usually happens when a man is over 30 years old and it becomes quite prominent at age 60.
In order to treat male pattern baldness, you can go with both surgical and non surgical hair treatments. A surgical treatment comes in the form of FUE or FUT while non surgical means using some medications or going for PRP hair treatment therapy in Pakistan.