Androgenic Alopecia can be called a genetic type of hair loss. This type of hair loss can be seen in men and women. Hair loss is seen as an annoying disease even in old age. However, androgenic alopecia, which affects young men and women, can be much more annoying. For this reason, we tried to briefly explain Androgenic Alopecia for those who have androgenic alopecia disease or those who suspect that they have this disease.
How To Detect Androgenic Alopecia?
Androgenic Alopecia is a condition that can be seen in both men and women. The type of Androgenic Alopecia seen in men is called male pattern baldness. Male pattern baldness may occur as the hairline diverges and the hair gradually disappears from the crown and front scalp in men at a late age.
Androgenic alopecia seen in women is called female pattern baldness. Unlike male pattern baldness, female pattern baldness does not show itself much until the age of forties. In other words, there will be no significant thinning in your hair until your forties. In addition, women may experience a general thinning of the entire scalp, and the most intense hair loss may occur at the crown.
Treatment Ways To Androgenic Alopecia
Since Androgenic Alopecia is a type of hair loss, hair transplant procedures can be applied as a treatment. If you have hair loss or Androgenic Alopecia, you can contact us by filling out the form above and discuss the treatment methods.