PATCHY HAIR LOSS / ALOPECIA AREATA

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Alopecia Areata

Patchy loss of hair, also known as Alopecia Areata, usually occurs of areas on the scalp. But eyebrows, lashes, and beard can also get affected. The causes for this has been identified as heredity, thyroid related disease, hormonal changes, stress, nutritional deficiencies, external treatment such as colouring, bleaching, or fungal infections of the scalp.

Christell provides a range of treatment for hair loss. These include, prescription of topical lotions and creams, mesotherapy, dermaroller, laser treatment and PRP. Depending on your condition we will create a treatment plan using the best methodologies.

Treatments

  • Topical lotions and creams
  • Mesotherapy
  • Dermaroller
  • Laser treatment
  • PRP

 

Hair Loss

Male Pattern Baldness

Characterised by receding frontal hairline and loss of hair on the top of the head. This could be accompanied with loss of hair on other areas. The condition is also referred to as Androgenetic Alopecia

Female Pattern Baldness

Characterized by thinning at the crown, front and sides of the scalp. Frontal hairline is generally not affected.

Telogen Effluvium

Characterized by handfuls of falling hair when combing or washing. Often associated with thinning hair.

 

Traction Alopecia

Often seen as balding patches when hair is pulled apart or combed in a particular style. Usually occurs where hair gets pulled when styling.

The causes for hair loss has been identified as heredity, thyroid related disease, hormonal changes, stress, nutritional deficiencies, external treatment such as colouring, bleaching, or fungal infections of the scalp.

Christell provides a range of treatments for hair loss. These include, prescription of topical lotions and creams, Mesotherapy, Dermaroller, laser treatment, PRP. Depending on your condition we will create a treatment plan using the best methodologies.

Treatments

  • Topical lotions and creams
  • Mesotherapy
  • Dermaroller
  • Laser treatment
  • PRP