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Does Balding Ever Stop in Men?

Published on November 26, 2021 | 31 views

Does Balding Ever Stop in Men

Do you lose more than 100 strands of hair every day? Do you see your hairline receding? Do you see your crown thinning? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you are suffering from the initial signs of balding. As per the Norwood-Hamilton scale that measures the extent of male pattern baldness, there are around seven stages of hair loss in which you can see significant balding right at stage-3, and if you’ve reached that stage, it is cause for concern, and to diagnose your condition, you must consult the best hair transplant doctor. In India, Saraswat Hospital is one of the best places that provide a customized yet permanent treatment option for baldness.

What is the Main Cause of Baldness in Men?

One of the most common causes of hair loss or balding seen is a hereditary condition known as Androgenetic Alopecia. Colloquially, this condition is also known as male pattern baldness. The inherited trait shows its symptoms in men in the form of a receding hairline that slowly starts to spread with time. This happens due to a genetic sensitivity to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). In this condition, the hair follicles sensitive to DHT slowly start to shrink over time and stop producing hair in the long run. The initial symptoms start with hair thinning around the temples and on top of the head that then turns to a receding hairline by the time it progresses.

As per data collected by the American Hair Loss Association, around 25% of men who have Androgenetic Alopecia start losing hair before they turn 21. By 35 years, 66% of men will have suffered from some form of hair loss. By 50 years, 85% of men will have thinner hair than what you would like to imagine. Since Androgenetic Alopecia is genetic and is caused to sensitivity to DHT, the extent of hair loss that would happen before it stops (or will it ever stop) is something that cannot be pinpointed without proper diagnosis.

However, if you’re suffering from hereditary hair loss, you may want to consult hair transplant surgeons to get a permanent solution to the same. This procedure takes healthy hair follicles from the parts of the head that is immune to DHT sensitivity and implants them to the balding area. Once implanted, the follicles go back to their Anagen-Catagen-Telogen cycle and grow new hair in the balding zone, which, in turn, becomes immune to DHT after the surgery.

Why Consult the No. 1 Hair Transplant Clinic in India?

Saraswat Hospital is known as the no. 1 hair transplant clinic in India because it is led by two of the finest ABHRS (American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery) certified doctors in the country who make use of modern equipment and the latest technology to provide customized treatment for the patients.

Dr Satya Kumar Saraswat is an MBBS with MS, M.Ch, and DNB (Plastic Surgery) degrees to his credit. As a member of several international boards, Dr Saraswat has left his mark in the plastic surgery sector. He is known to specialize in various kinds of hair restoration surgeries and has also presented his take on a modified FUT technique at the 24th World Congress of ISHRS.

Dr Preeti Saraswat is an MBBS with a PGDCC degree from the University of Greifswald, Germany. She is a diplomate of ABHRS and a lifetime member of ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery) with 7+ years of experience in providing hair transplant surgeries to patients. She is known for the scalp micropigmentation treatments that she has been rendering to her patients over the years. She is also a member of the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (AAAM).

Conclusion: Hair loss can be a condition that takes a toll on your mental health before your physical appearance, and going through the best treatment at the right time can only make you feel confident. To know more on the subject, you can book a consultation with the professionals by contacting Saraswat Hospital today.

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