Androgenetic

Pattern Hair Loss

Androgentic Alopecia affects both men and women, and can be referred to as male pattern, or female pattern.

Androgentic hair loss is not reversible although there are many treatments available that can slow the condition down, these differ between male and female. Treatments include medication, topical applications and ultimately hair transplants if applicable. Eva Proudman AIT works with the Maitland Hair Transplant clinic in cases where a Hair Transplant is being considered. Any treatment for pattern hair loss is likely to take some time to show progress particularly as the hair loss will have been gradual, it can take between 4- 6 months to see progress with the naked eye, although a Trichologist should be able to see activity via a scalp microscope a lot sooner.

For specific information on Female Hair Loss or Male Hair Loss follow the relevant link.

At UK Hair Specialists we understand that hair and scalp disorders can be difficult to come to terms with. The hair on your head is a defining part of your identity and any form of hair loss can feel as if your are losing your identity resulting in loss of self-confidence and can in many cases lead to depression.

Having a consultation with a definitive diagnosis is often the first step on the road to understanding and dealing with your hair loss.

All our consultations are in complete confidence and we can discuss the many options available to you.

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