The Norwood Scale of Male Pattern Baldness is a tool used to identify the degree and stage of hair loss. It can be helpful in determining the correct course of treatment for you. When considering how best to treat your hair loss, it is helpful to first identify how far your hair loss has progressed. The following diagram is called the Norwood Scale and is a tool used by physicians to identify the degree and stage of a patient’s hair loss.
Typically a patient is considered a good candidate for hair restoration surgery once he has progressed to a Norwood Class 3 or beyond. As you look over the chart, bear in mind that there are many variations of the patterns shown. The patterns on the charte are considered the most typical.
Recent technology developed for hair restoration creates results superior to was achieved with earlier techniques. If you are living with hair loss, you may be concerned about how you will look after the procedure is completed. At FACE Toronto, we use the modern hair restoration techniques, so your restored hair appears natural, not an unsightly row upon row of “plugs.” If you struggle with balding areas, a receding hairline, or are living with the early signs of hair loss, we invite you to learn about our modern hair restoration techniques at FACE Toronto.Read Dr. Asaria's Article on Hair Transplants
The first step in resolving hair loss problems is to meet with us at FACE Toronto to evaluate your individual situation. We assist both men and women who are struggling with excessive hair loss. Thinning hair, a receding hairline, or excessive shedding is often the result of genetics, but with the help of modern technology we can outsmart nature. If you are genetically programmed for balding, you don’t need to accept your fate – you can retain your youthful look and a full head of hair with the help of Dr. Asaria, a leading light in advanced hair restoration technology.
Dr. Asaria is one of only a few physicians practicing in Toronto who has attained professional licensing and accreditation in modern hair restoration procedures. As a highly-trained and extensively experienced facial cosmetic surgeon, he is known for his talent and artistry. If you are seeking hair restoration that looks natural, you deserve your treatment to be performed by a leader in this specialized field, so you can be confident that you will be very pleased with the results.
At FACE Plastic Surgery in Toronto, we perform modern hair restoration at its best. Our goal is to create a look that appears to be completely genuine. We are at the forefront in the latest, groundbreaking techniques in hair restoration. In the past, a strip of scalp was surgically removed from the back of the head, where the hair is not genetically programmed for balding, after which healthy follicles were harvested and implanted, row upon row – a look that was obvious. The patient was left with a horizontal scar at the back of the head, a problem for those who prefer a short haircut.
The latest developments in hair restoration can restore natural hair to balding or thinning areas or recreate a youthful hairline with modern hair transplant technology – no incisions, no stitches, no scarring – just healthy, thicker hair you will enjoy for a lifetime.
At FACE Toronto we are committed to protecting the safety of our patients, staff, and the general public while maintaining our high standard of quality care. As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we have made changes to our patient care practices in accordance with all provincial and Public Health recommendations. Our team has been working diligently on enhancing our safety protocols to protect the well-being of our patients, team members, and families. We would like to highlight how we are providing a safe environment for you and our team:
We are so excited to welcome you back and look forward to continuing to help our patients look and feel their best! We encourage you to reach out to our office now to schedule your appointment. Please feel free to contact our team by phone at 416-479-4244 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.