Hamilton scale is widely used by the professionals to
classify the degree
of baldness of the patient.
The typical pattern of hair loss is divided into seven
No hair loss is termed type I.
Minor recession of the frontal hairline is termed type
Type III indicates further frontal loss, and is considered
The subset of type III, termed III vertex,
shows significant frontal recession coupled with hair
from the vertex region of the scalp. Types IVVI
show further frontal and vertex loss, culminating in type
VII, in which only the occipital
scalp region maintains significant amounts of hair.