April 30, 2012
Norwood Class 4 Hair Loss – Bosley Before and After Patient Photos
The Norwood Scale classifies levels of hair loss for men from 2-7. Norwood Class 6 hair loss is major hair loss but with Donor Hair still available. Excellent results are still available for patients with Norwood Class 6 hair loss.
Class 7 hair loss is the most significant level. Donor hair could still be available, however results could be limited.
In contrast, Class 2 hair loss is characterized by the beginning of a receding hair line (Widow’s Peak).
You can learn more about the Norwood Scale classifications for hair loss by requesting a free, private consultation with a Bosley Senior Counselor. Your counselor will also discuss available hair loss treatments, hair transplantation and the cost typically associated with these solutions.
During a subsequent consultation, a Bosley physician will provide you with a definitive answer on cost and determine your candidacy for hair transplant surgery. A complete hair restoration treatment plan is decided by you and your Bosley physician.
Following are before and after results for Bosley Hair Transplant patients who were originally categorized as Norwood Class 4: