Know Your Baldness Pattern and Take Step Today

How many times have you seen people regret not taking the right decision at the right time? The right decision and the right time seldom match. However, when it comes to taking care of your balding head this issue can land you in a situation where there is little left to do. Balding happens in stages. People never become bald overnight. There are early signs of balding that need to be identified and countered when there is time. It is also fact that balding is more common in men as compared to women. Thus, it is important that you know the signs and take precaution at the earliest.

Male pattern baldness begins with receding hairline. The forehead starts becoming larger with the hair on top of the forehead thinning. If you are careful, you will certainly notice this happening over time. This is the time to take precaution and prevent balding to progress any further. If nothing is done, the hairline on wither sides of the temple region starts to recede further and faster creating deep bald patch on the sides. There is still time to put a check to it. Next, the crown region is affected and bald patch appears in this area. Most hair experts will tell you that at this stage there is little that you can do. All you can actually do is prevent further progress of the bald patch.

Even though it is not too common, balding in female is not unheard of. The hairline, however, will not recede in this case. The thinning starts in the crown region of the head. Due to long hair, this often goes undetected until it is too late. Keeping a note of the amount of hair fall on a regular basis will let you know when the balding process has begun.

Once a bald patch has occurred there is little that you can do. The only step is hair replacement treatment. FUT (Follicular Hair Transplantation) and FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) are two modern means of hair transplant. FUT uses skin patch from another part of the body and introduces it to the bald patch. This is faster and cheaper. However, there is a probability that the scar will remain through your lifetime. FUE takes the entire hair strands with roots from other parts of the body and introduces to the bald region. This does not leave any scar but needs more time and is costly. However, FUE is best bet to get naturally looking hair. So, go to a hair clinic today.

The most effective male pattern baldness treatment is surgery, but other options are available as well, including hair restoration treatment and androgenetic alopecia treatment.