Male Pattern Hair Loss or Androgenetic Alopecia is a chronic, progressive condition, in which the diameter of the hair becomes thinner and thinner until the hair eventually stops growing. This occurs in a patterned fashion, described by the Norwood-Hamilton Classification system. Typically, the frontal hairline begins to recede with or without thinning at the crown of the scalp. Less commonly, a man will retain the frontal hairline and simply thin diffusely over the frontal scalp.
When performing hair transplantation in men, the most important aspect is creating a natural appearing hairline. Because it is difficult to predict the future extent of hair loss, it is also pertinent that ongoing hair loss is accounted for, so that the cosmetic improvement looks natural today and 20 years from now. Dr. Singh was specifically trained in the art of creating a very natural, undetectable hairline.