Male Pattern Baldness
Are you over the comb-over?
Male pattern baldness has existed forever. We just invented a robot to reverse it.
Scientifically speaking, male pattern baldness (MPB) is a combination of temple recession and thinning at the crown of the head, believed to be due to a combination of genetics and the male hormone dihydrotestosterone. It is very common—by age 35, 40% of men will experience some thinning and a noticeably receding hairline. By age 50, nearly 85% of men experience some level of MPB, from thinning and receding to complete baldness.
Fortunately you now have options that were unavailable a decade ago. West+Bond is revolutionizing hair restoration using state-of-the-art medical science, minimally invasive robotic FUE hair transplant technology and a comprehensive suite of white-glove-level services called Complete Care which features our Black Car Service to create an amazing journey of style transformation centered on you. The result is hair restoration that is 100% natural, permanent and undetectable.
No stigma. No embarrassment. No linear scar. No kidding.
Feel free to ask the doctor a question about your unique circumstances. You will receive a personalized, expert response.
The Norwood Scale helps you and your doctor determine next steps.
The Norwood Classification System illustrates progressive hair loss patterns in males and helps you determine your level of hair loss. Although it is a simplified scale, it is useful for purposes of diagnosis and discussion.
Options for treating male pattern baldness.
Depending on your age, level of hair loss, and personal goals for your hair, there are many options available for treating male pattern baldness. Generally, patients under 30 years of age may consider many non-surgical hair loss treatment options including level laser treatment, platelet rich plasma, finasteride and minoxidil. For patients over the age of 30, consider the life-altering results of a West+Bond FUE hair transplant utilizing the revolutionary Harris Protocol.
If you’re ready to give up your hat collection, we’re ready to help.
We know there are real psychological effects of male pattern baldness, including feelings of frustration, sadness, lower self-confidence and diminished sex appeal. There is also data that shows that, as opposed to buying a new car or a house where the thrill of ownership dwindles within weeks or months, the pleasure you get from a great hair transplant lasts a lifetime. If you’re tired of brushing your hair forward so that it covers your temple; holding a mirror up to see the crown of your head; counting strands in your hairbrush; or examining the shower drain for hair, schedule a free consultation and improve your hairline and your outlook.
From now on, it’s okay if you’re not okay with being bald.