Male pattern baldness, also known as hereditary androgenetic alopecia, is a condition characterized by hair miniaturization. Hair miniaturization is a decline in the length and diameter of the hair over time. It affects hair at the top of the head, at the hairline, and at the crown.

After this decline in hair health, the hairs will not grow back on their own. This leaves the scalp bare. However, with the help of our effective hair-restoration treatments, your male pattern baldness does not have to be permanent.

To find out more about male pattern baldness and your options, contact our office for a consultation. You’ll be able to speak with hair-restoration specialist Dr. Glenn Charles and ask any questions you may have.