Sinclair Hair Shedding Scale

Baseline shedding scores 1 to 3: Normal 4: Borderline 5 or 6: Excessive

1 = 10 4 = 200
2 = 50 5 = 400
3 = 100 6 = 750

Hamilton Norwood Scale for male pattern hair loss (MPHL)

The Norwood Hamilton Scale is a way to measure the extent of male pattern baldness, and is the generally accepted standard when describing hair loss. The following scale can be used to categorise the various progressions of male pattern baldness.

Hamilton Norwood Scale for male pattern hair loss

Hair Follicle miniaturization in Androgenetic Alopecia

Unlike other areas of the body, hairs on the scalp grow in tufts of 3–4. In androgenetic alopecia the tufts progressively lose hairs. Eventually when all the hairs in the tuft are gone, bald scalp appears between the hairs.

MicroScap Pigmentation

scalp-micropigmentation before and after

scalp-micropigmentation before and after

scalp-micropigmentation before and after

scalp-micropigmentation before and after

scalp-micropigmentation before and after