Men viewed as younger, some-more appealing after hair transplant for baldness


A consult by Lisa E. Ishii, M.D., M.H.S., of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, and coauthors suggests group with androgenetic alopecia (pattern baldness) who underwent hair transplant were rated by observers as some-more youthful, attractive, successful and approachable. All those factors can play a purpose in workplace and amicable success.

The authors surveyed 122 people (about 48 percent of whom were men) and participants were asked to rate 13 pairs of images. Seven group in a cinema had hair transplant and 6 group who did not have hair replacement served as controls for comparison.

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“These commentary are applicable in building an evidence-based physique of novel surrounding a efficiency of hair transplant in a diagnosis of AGA [androgenetic alopecia],” a authors conclude.


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