This condition indicates not hair loss, but no hair growth at all. It seems to be a genetic disease, and can happen at birth.
Surgical Hair Restoration: What to Avoid in a Surgeon
Hair restoration surgery is not regulated in the U.S. and legally anyone with an MD can do hair restoration procedures. It's best to seek an experienced surgeon if you're considering hair restoration surgery. Here's what to stay away from.
Male Pattern Baldness Diagnosis
Male pattern hair loss is diagnosed based on the appearance and pattern of the hair loss. The Norwood Scale is a common tool for determining the type and extent of hair loss.
Hair Loss: Introduction
Hair restoration includes surgical and nonsurgical techniques to replace lost hair, including hair transplantation, and other techniques.
Preparing for Surgical Hair Restoration
Some things to know for the day of your hair restoration surgery.
Types of Hair Loss in Women
Women's hair loss, like men's hair loss, takes the form of various types of alopecia and effluviums.
Alopecia areata is a common hair loss condition that seems to be related to immune system dysfunction. It appears as well-defined circular bald patches on the scalp, and can affect men, women, and children.
Hair Loss: Hairpiece Basics
This article covers the basics of hairpieces: materials used, how they are attached, options available.
Women's Hair Loss: Diagnosis
A number of tests can determine the extent of a woman's hair loss. The Savin Scale is another useful tool that shows types and patterns of hair loss.
Hair Loss: Procedures to Avoid
Some hair restoration techniques ¿ such as flaps, line grafts, and scalp reductions ¿ are out-of-date and even risky.