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Hair loss in men
In your youth you had a full head of hair. We can’t make it look like you’ve never lost a hair, but we can help turn back the clock and restore your hair to that natural state. Let’s just say that, at HSC, it’s second nature.
Throughout history, abundant, healthy hair has been associated with youth, strength and vigor. So along with losing your hair, you are losing the dream of youth. As your hair thins your confidence can wane, which can negatively impact your self-esteem, even to point of affecting your relationships and career. Read more about the psychology of hair loss or about losing your hair at a very young age.
Wanting the full head of hair that was once yours does not mean you are shallow or vain—all men want to look as healthy and attractive as possible. Fortunately, amazing options now exist to treat hair loss in men, procedures that were unimagined only a few decades ago. Dr. Harris has been contributing to this field for over 20 years.View Dr. Harris’ curriculum vitae, read hair transplant reviews of Dr. Harris by actual patients, or schedule a consultation with him today.
How common is hair loss in men?
Thinning hair and hair loss is very common in men. A “decade of life correlation” is a coincidental parallelism that predicts the percentage of men with hair loss, such that 50% of 50 year olds will demonstrate visible hair loss, 60% of 60 year olds, etc.
What treatments are there for hair loss in men?
In short, hair loss treatment for men options include the following:
- Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) hair transplants
- Follicular Unit Strip (FUS) harvest – In some cases
- Non-surgical medical treatments such as Rogaine (Minoxidil) Finasteride (Propecia)
- Low-level laser therapy
The Norwood Classification System describes hair loss patterns in male pattern baldness. Below is a simplified version. Where do you fall?
Type 1 minimal, if any, recession
Type 2 beginning of a receding hairline
Type 3 significant receding at the temples and forehead; may also include some crown loss
Type 4 temples, forehead and crown exhibit hair loss
Type 5 hair loss is significant
Type 6 patients show major hair loss, but still have areas with donor hair available. Transplanting is an excellent option for classes 1 through 6.
Type 7 advanced, significant loss of hair. There may or may not be sufficient donor hair for transplantation.
No two heads are alike. Don’t let anyone touch a hair on yours unless you are certain they possess the expertise and experience to restore your hair to a natural, undetectable state.
More information can be found in a series of informative hair transplant videos made by Dr. Harris.
Dr. James Harris performs all hair restoration procedures himself, utilizing state-of-the-art robotic equipment that he helped develop. He also personally consults with all patients on the best hair growth products for each unique individual, and the best ways to keep the hair you have. He is an internationally renowned authority on hair restoration procedures, a multi-patent-holding inventor and innovator, and an advocate for patient education. He has lectured to hair transplant surgeons regarding best practices in Delhi, Bangkok, Istanbul, Chicago and St. Louis, and continues to lecture nationally and internationally every year.
The Hair Sciences Center garners outstanding reviews from independent patients on Google and Healthgrades, and is recommended by the International Society for Hair Restoration Surgery, among many other trusted institutions. Furthermore, Dr. Harris is the only physician in the state of Colorado recommended by the ARTAS Robotic Hair Transplant website.