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Norwood 5 | Norwood Men’s Hair Loss Scale

At the #Norwood5 Stage hair loss in the frontal areas, temporal areas (front corners), and vertex (crown) is enlarged compared to Norwood 4 and hair density is reduced. The brand or bridge of hair dividing the temporal areas (front corners) and vertex (crown) has narrowed and thinned.

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If you have a history of hair loss or male pattern baldness in your family its important to periodically monitor for indications of thinning hair or a receding hairline regardless of your current Norwood Scale classification. Identifying changes early on and implementing a preventive hair loss treatment can stabilize or slow your hair loss.

When exploring hair loss treatment options and setting expectations for hair growth after a hair transplant its important to understand where you fall on the #NorwoodScale. Depending on your #NorwoodHamiltonScale classification hair loss cure options can be abundant or limited. At Natural Transplants our friendly and knowledgable hair transplant surgeons are avalible to supply a Norwood Scale classification and review related hair restoration options FREE of charge. Call us at 844-327-4247 to speak with a doctor and get your Norwood Scale questions answered.
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