Androgenetic alopecia, or male pattern baldness, is the most common type of alopecia that affects approximately 50% of men at some time in their lives, usually before reaching fifty years of age.
This type of alopecia usually manifests with baldness in the frontline and the crown and is usually caused by the genetic predisposition of each person. If the hair fall occurs in the area of the forehead, temples or the top of the head we will be facing the most common symptom of androgenetic alopecia.
The definitive solution to a receding hairline
Faced with this situation, the final solution to combat it is a hair transplant. Beyond the aesthetic sense, reasons why the great majority of our patients attend the Dr. Panno Clinic, it is important to point out that not looking good and not feeling good about yourself physically can cause self-esteem problems, for what the person who suffers alopecia must bet on an improvement of the state of it to be well.
The frontline, one of the most common areas in which androgenetic alopecia is suffered, can be solved with a hair transplant. In our clinic we treat many patients who come to improve this alopecia area, obtaining success results in all of them.
Each patient receives a personalised assessment by the doctor at the Dr. Panno hair transplant clinic, in which a complete analysis is made of the state of his alopecia and of other physical aspects such as the phenotype of the face. One of the keys to success of a hair transplant in the frontal area is the naturalness and density that is obtained depending on the physical features of the patient, for which a personalised design for the intervention is required.
In addition, there are several types of baldness in the frontline, which will be approached with the appropriate design and technique in each case, and have the following names according to the Norwood scale:
Initial baldness: these are the so-called receding frontal line. It can be localised front and generalised frontal.
Average baldness: it is located in anterior area and crown and upper part of the head
Wide baldness: extensive fall with limits
Severe baldness: almost generalised loss of hair
For each type of baldness suffered at the hairline, there will be a technique and a design that leads to successful surgery for the patient to solve alopecia problems in this area.