Hair loss is a condition that can affect anyone, not just men, and more than just your scalp. Hair loss can result from various causes, related to heredity, hormone changes or imbalances, autoimmune conditions, or medications. dermatologists are here to answer your questions about alopecia and create a tailored hair care plan for you that will encourage your body to regrow its own hair naturally.
What causes hair loss?
There are different types of hair loss, depending on the cause. Male-pattern and female-pattern baldness is very common and often frustrating form of hair loss. Unfortunately, this type of hair loss is not preventable, but there may be ways to reduce the loss and prevent worsening.
Other conditions that cause hair loss can include:
Some patterns of hair loss are caused by genetics, which means that it’s not preventable. You can, however, use medications and different forms of treatment to regrow, or slow down, the onset of hair loss.
Schedule an appointment with your doctor, and he or she will determine what the best treatment will be for your hair loss.
Seborrheic dermatitis, sometimes seen as dandruff, seborrheic eczema and seborrheic psoriasis, affects mainly the scalp, leading to scaly patches, red skin and dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis can also affect the face, sides of the nose, ears, eyelids, chest and eyebrows.
Dermatology of Athens
Schedule an appointment to discuss any hair concerns. As dermatologists, we’re experts in diagnosing issues related to the hair, skin and nails, and we would be happy to discuss your treatment options.
We’ll discuss your lifestyle, any medications you might be taking, and any changes to your body that might be causing hair loss. We’ll then create a game plan for you to regrow hair or slow down your hair loss.