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Men’s Hair Loss – All You Need To Know

Male-pattern baldness affects 50% of all males by the age of 50, according to new research. Have you seen any indications yet?

Learn out just what Male Pattern Baldness is, if and how you’re losing hair, and, most importantly, how Este Medical Group can help you begin your hair growth journey.

We offer a variety of treatments and procedures available for males suffering from alopecia, severe stress, receding hairline, and other issues. More information on how we may assist you can be found below, as well as success stories from previous patients.

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What is Male Pattern Baldness?

Even though there are numerous reasons for hair loss in males, Male Pattern Baldness, also known as Androgenetic Alopecia, is the most typical.

The testosterone that causes hair loss is dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It clings to hair follicles, causing them to shrink over time, getting thinner and thinner until you’re completely bald on top. This illness can be hereditary or environmental, meaning it might have been handed down through the family or be the result of a person’s lifestyle decisions, such as stress or diet.

How Do I Know If I’m Losing My Hair?

Are you unsure whether or not you have male pattern baldness? We recommend contacting us as soon as you see signs of hair loss, since waiting any longer may result in additional harm.

✅ Have you noticed that your hair is thinning?

✅ Frequent shedding or a receding hairline?

✅ Is your scalp starting to show? You could notice a difference if you compare a snapshot of your hair from last year to the present.

Is your hair getting thinner by the month and falling out more frequently? Most men’s hair loss begins in their twenties, and it also takes 15 to 25 years for them to go bald, fading out considerably.

What Are The Types of Hair Loss?

Hair loss affects everyone in different ways, ranging from mild to extreme cases with a variety of different causes.
Below we have detailed some of the main types of hair loss to help you identify what solution might be best for you.

receding hairline treatment UK

A Receding Hairline is a kind of hair loss in which hair is lost on both sides of the forehead, creating a triangle appearance in the centre. For some men, this may be their lone balding region, while others may detect thinning at the crown, which might also be balding.

If you believe you have a receding hairline and are looking for a solution, contact one of our hair loss specialists now to learn more about the treatments we provide.

Thinning hair treatments

If you’re not sure, general thinning is hair loss that occurs gradually over your scalp. Some people may detect a receding hairline or thinning crown, but in most cases of overall thinning, this takes longer to see.

Don’t worry if you fear you’ve waited too long; there are a number of therapies that can effectively prevent or cure the symptoms of hair loss.

Male hair loss treatment

The top of your head is known as the ‘crown’ or ‘vertex,’ and some men will notice thinning here, with the scalp being visible and a bald patch appearing shortly after. With a receding hairline, this may work, but most men will have one or the other.

The amount of the pattern varies from person to person, although it is quite prevalent among most men. So, if you think you’ve observed indications of hair loss on your crown and want to take action before things get worse, now is the time.

alopecia treatment

Alopecia Areata is a disease that our doctors see regularly. It comprises stages of patchy hair loss caused by hair follicles entering the ‘resting’ phase too quickly. It can be handed down genetically and manifest at any point in a person’s life, although an external trigger, such as shock or stress, may be present.

The treatment we give can be highly effective depending on the severity of the disease and its stage. Read our success stories for encouragement, inspiration, and hope in the Este Medical Group specialists.

severe hair loss

This pattern is called Telogen Effluvium, and it occurs when a person has hair loss as a result of recent stress or trauma. Hair loss will begin three months after the event that led you to be shocked or stressed.

Increased shedding after the event, thinning hair, and hair loss patches are all signs of this pattern. Begin your hair-growth adventure right now, and we’ll be there to support you every step of the way.

How We Can Help

There’s no need to grieve; a full head of hair can boost your self-esteem. The stimulation of hair follicles to enhance blood flow beneath the scalp to the skull is our main emphasis. We also remove dead skin cells to encourage the skin to generate new cells, allowing men to develop naturally.

If you want a non-surgical option, we offer Laser Hair Growth, which entails frequent therapy sessions aimed at stimulating each follicle and has been shown to be effective.

If we conduct a hair loss treatment, the necessity of aftercare cannot be stressed. For a FUE Hair Transplant, for example, we suggest that you wash your hair thoroughly every day for at minimum 10 days after the operation. It might have negative consequences if you don’t do so – for example, a transplant alone could cause you to lose all of your current hairs sooner!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Normally hair follicles aren’t lost, but the hair they produce gradually becomes too small to be seen clearly. The result is male pattern baldness – in men, genetic hair loss often presents itself as a receding hairline or thinning hair on the crown.
The primary baldness gene is on the X-chromosome, which men get only from their mothers. The hereditary factor is slightly more dominant on the woman’s side. There are also other factors such as the environment and stress which cause hair loss.
  • Receding Hairline – Male pattern baldness typically starts in the hairline
  • Thinning in the Crown Area – The common warning sign of male pattern baldness is thinning hair in the crown area
  • Loss of Hair on Top Portion of Head
  • Shedding hair frequently

Yes, there are many different procedures which we can help with this, such as:

  • Laser Hair Growth
  • FUE
  • PRP

It will make a huge difference to your self-confidence. Get in touch with us today to book your consultation to find out more.

Yes, we can re-grow hair where possible. Other popular treatments include:

  • Beard Transplant
  • Eyebrow Transplant

Get in touch with us today to find out more.

An unhealthy diet can cause hair loss which is because the body needs essential nutrients so it can function properly. Diets lacking in iron and protein will affect hair growth because these are the nutrients required by the follicles to grow hair.

Studies show that young men with male-pattern baldness had more than two and a half times lower scalp blood flow than in normal controls.

‍Research has also found that identifying and adding growth factors that stimulate blood vessel growth can help with hair follicle vascularisation, promoting hair growth and increasing follicle size.

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