NORWOOD SCALE

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The Norwood-Hamilton scale is commonly used among hair loss experts. Learn more about the Norwood scale and its use for male pattern baldness.

WHAT IS THE NORWOOD SCALE?

The Norwood Hamilton Scale, otherwise known as the Norwood Men’s Hair Loss Scale, is a widely used and accepted standard for classifying male pattern baldness and hair loss. With the Norwood Scale, there are 7 stages of male pattern baldness to identify the progression and patterns of hair loss.

The original Norwood Scale was created in the 1950s by Dr. James Hamilton with adjustments and revisions in the 1970s by Dr. O'Tar Norwood.

HAIR LOSS SOLUTIONS & THE NORWOOD SCALE

When exploring hair loss treatment options and setting expectations for hair growth after a hair transplant, it's important to understand where you fall on the Norwood Scale. Depending on your Norwood Scale classification, hair loss cure options can be abundant or limited.

NORWOOD MEN’S HAIR LOSS SCALE

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QUESTIONS ABOUT HAIR LOSS?

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