FAQ

Question:

What is Male Pattern Baldness (MPB)?

Answer:

Male pattern baldness, also known as MPB or androgenetic alopecia, is the most common cause of hair loss in men. MPB is characterized by a thinning crown and receding hairline. The condition typically progresses until only a “horseshoe” rim of hair remains. MPB is caused by a genetic sensitivity to a hormone known as dihydrotestosterone that causes hair follicles to shrink and stop producing hair.

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