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Male Hair Loss

Alopecia is the general medical term for hair loss. There are many different types of hair loss with different causes. Male-pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss affecting men. Hair loss can also affect women (Female-pattern baldness). For both men and women, coping with hair loss can be difficult. 

Male-pattern baldness follows a pattern of a receding hairline, followed by thinning of the hair on the crown and temples. Male-pattern baldness may also be called androgenic or androgenetic alopecia. Male-pattern baldness runs in families. It is not clear if this is the case with female-pattern baldness.

What Causes Male Pattern Baldness

Male Pattern Baldness is a genetic condition that can be passed down from either side of the family tree. It is a condition caused by a by-product of testosterone called DHT. DHT attaches to the hair follicles and causes them to shrink over time, which causes the hair to become thinner and thinner until hair loss occurs.

Facial Hair Loss

Loss of facial hair in men and women alike is not commonly recognised in the same way that male pattern baldness is. It is also visible to see and therefore can cause embarrassment. For example, this can leave beards patchy in men and patchiness in the eyebrows in women. The possible causes of hair loss in men and women include: Genetics, Age, Medical conditions, Trauma, Stress, Scarring from surgery or Radiation.

At the British Hair Clinic our expert surgeons can help restore your moustache, beard, sideburns and eyebrows giving you a natural beautiful outcome.

How Do I know If I Am Loosing My hair

  • – Noticing the appearance of thinning hair or a receding hairline yourself
  • – Other people informing you that you are losing your hair (you may not notice yourself)
  • – Excessive hair on your pillow, the shower or in the bath plug, or on your hands when styling your hair.