Understanding the Different Stages of Hair Loss and How to Treat It #infographic

Understanding the Different Stages of Hair Loss and How to Treat It #infographic

Hair loss can be a concern for adults and teenagers alike. There are real recovery solutions open, fortunately! Trying to hide it doesn't really fix it.

Baldness of the Male: The Norwood Scale

Male pattern baldness occurs commonly along the hairline, starting with a common "M" shape. Over time, the mid-crown hair grows shorter and finer until you have a bald spot. Doctors use the Norwood Scale to diagnose stages of hair loss in men; here's one example:

Step 5- At this point, hair loss is even more important and happens mostly on the vertex and the crown. It would also become more common around the temples and crown, Balding.

Female Baldness: Ludwig's Size

Hair loss tends to function in females a little differently. Most women lose hair from the top of their head, instead of at the forehead hairline. Here's an example from The Ludwig Scale that doctors use for women:

Move 3- Complete hair loss is typically involved in the crown region of the head. If there's enough donor hair available,


Understanding the Different Stages of Hair Loss and How to Treat It #infographic

infographic by: www.winstonsalemdermatology.com


 

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