Male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss in men. The complaint, also known as androgenic alopecia, is often a genetic condition. This means that, if other males in your family have lost their hair in the classic pattern, you may experience a similar pattern of balding. Genetics, stress and falling hormone levels from aging can cause male pattern baldness.It has various distinct symptoms. First, the front hairline recedes, followed by a gradual thinning and shortening of the hair around the top and sides of the head, otherwise known as the crown. Many men end up with a U-shaped ring of hair around the back and sides of their head. Treating the condition, however, can boost a man’s self-esteem and pride in his appearance.There are numerous drugs and medications for sale which profess to treat male pattern baldness. These include substances such as finasteride and minoxidil. Unfortunately, they both can have widespread side effects. The former, for instance, has been known to have a harmful effect on a person’s libido and sexual performance. The latter, on the other hand, has been known to bring on allergic reactions, dizziness, itching, weight gain, ironically enough hair loss and more. It has also been linked to cardiac problems and chest pains.Those suffering from male pattern baldness have also been known to try a B-vitamin supplement called Biotin. There is very little medical evidence though to suggest that taking it can help hair growth. However, you should be aware that Biotin has only been found to help people losing their hair as a result of a biotin deficiency.Transplantation is considered the most invasive form of treatment. The process, often referred to as hair plugs, involves taking hair from the parts of the scalp where it grows, and implanting them in areas affected by baldness. However, it is thought to only help a small section at a time, as there may be a limited amount of hair to donate. The procedure can also result in permanent scarring on the head.People losing their hair may also deal with the condition through laser combing, or wearing a wig. Hair pieces, however, may be expensive and ill fitting, as well as appearing fake looking. Those suffering from male pattern baldness may also consider Scalp Pigmentation. This means literally having a tattoo applied to a shaved scalp, in order to simulate a head of hair. It can unfortunately be a painful, drawn out process, often resulting in partial, incomplete coverage.If you are suffering from male pattern baldness, and searching for the most complete, comprehensive treatment, you should choose the Total Cover Plus Hair Solution. This treatment makes use of the latest scientific and technological discoveries to bring you the most innovative hair replacement system on the market.The treatment entails the efficient implantation of human hair onto thin artificial skin, which has been bio-engineered to resemble the top layer of human skin. The implanted hair, and the artificial skin, is then bounded together on the scalp, to bring you the perfect treatment for male pattern baldness.You can rely on Total Cover Plus to provide you with the best care. We are the company with the leading hair replacement system to cater to any customer.You can telephone us for no charge at 0800 689 0077. Or contact our call back service or send an email.