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No Comments Firefighters Home Topics A–Z Images Browse CME Quizzes About Donate Contact Jobs All hair follicles are replaced at different rates by the normal process of hair cycling. Hair growth alternates between phases of activity and rest. The growth period, called the anagen phase, lasts for two to six years. During this time, the follicle is long and deep, and produces thick, well-pigmented hair. About 90% of all scalp hairs are in the anagen phase at a given time. Male pattern hair loss Scroll down↓ Enhancing Hair Transplants Nanogen Nanoguard DermNet NZ does not provide an online consultation service.  If you have any concerns with your skin or its treatment, see a dermatologist for advice.  Who We Are Email* Who We Are Images Privacy Policy Social Media Call Us! 585-250-0835 The Shop – typically, the average healthy head will lose up to 150 follicles per day Hair Transplantation Procedures Nanogen Nanoguard Written by TW. Article first published on May 14, 2018. Return to the Hawke Guide › Hair Replacement Surgery, Hair Transplantation in Women   Facebook Air Force Baldness Cure 585-250-0835 DermNet NZ Home Topics A–Z TRANSLATE SEARCH DERMNET Unlike other areas of the body, hairs on the scalp to 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. Norwood* Privacy Policy °Images courtesy of R. Sinclair, FACD Dutasteride (not available in New Zealand, July 2015)   585-250-0835 Social Media – when the body slows production down, that’s when you might have noticed that wider part, bigger forehead or thinner crown 894 Green Bay Rd #8 Cost of SMP Hair replacement / transplantation Image © 1998 Merck Sharpe and Dohme (with permission) Celebrities Cosmetics Scalp Micropigmentation Get In Touch With Us Androgenetic alopecia US National Library of Medicine Genetics Home Reference Get In Touch With Us What is baldness? 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