HAIR & SCALP PROBLEMS

SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS

Dandruff

Seborrheic Dermatitis, sometimes referred to as dandruff, is a very common condition where dry skin flakes off the scalp. It can be an embarrassing condition, but it is harmless. It can also make your scalp itch, though that could also be caused by other conditions in your scalp like seborrheic dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, or even a fungal infection on the scalp.

ALOPECIA AREATA

Alopecia Areata

With alopecia areata, hair loss occurs in round patches and can be on the scalp or elsewhere on the body.

This occurs when the immune system attacks hair follicles.

The hair may or may not regrow and may fall out again.

MALE AND FEMALE HAIR LOSS

Male and Female Hair Loss

We all lose some hairs on a daily basis, but if you notice excessive thinning or bald patches, you may need a professional opinion.

Stress, certain medical conditions, medications, giving birth, menopause, poor diet and nutrition, and even certain hair care and styles can cause hair loss. Hereditary hair loss is the most common type of hair loss for both men and women.

Come in so we can best assess what type of hair loss you have. At MONA Dermatology we offer PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) Treatments for hair loss.

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HAIR & SCALP FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

HOW CAN I TREAT SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS?

This is commonly treated with either over the counter or prescription shampoos, lotions, or topical solutions.

Seborrheic Dermatitis (SD) is often worsened by dry, cold weather and stress.

HOW CAN I TREAT ALOPECIA AREATA?

Alopecia Areata can be treated in our office with injections and topical steroids.

It is best to schedule a consultation so one of our providers can help you create a treatment plan.

HOW CAN I TREAT HAIR LOSS?

There are different causes of hair loss, and it is best to schedule a consultation to create a treatment plan for your unique situation.

Treatment options may include:

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VISIA COMPLEXION ANALYSIS

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