Alopecia Areata

In this type of hair loss, hair usually falls out, resulting in totally smooth, round patches about the size of a coin or larger. It can, rarely, result in complete loss of scalp and body hair.

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Androgenetic Alopecia


Male or female pattern baldness. – In men it is the most common cause of hair loss, In women the hormonal changes that occur at the time of menopause and post-delivery are responsible.


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Auto immune diseases

an immune reaction that attacks the hair follicles, producing antibodies which attack these tissues as if they were foreign invaders.
Androgenic Alopecia – the body’s immune system is sensitized to increased levels of DHT in the scalp causing hair loss in these high concentrated DHT areas
Alopecia Totalis, universalis – immune sensitivity to a substance other than DHT.

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Connective tissue disease

causes scarring of skin, loss of circulation to hair follicles and an autoimmune reaction leading to temporary or permanent loss of hair.
 Lupus, Rheumatoid arthritis, Scleroderma, MCTD, Scarring alopecia

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Radiation exposure

Irradiation therapy or exposure to radiation from any source can cause localized or total hair loss, which may be permanent if thevdose is high enough.

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Low Serum Iron

Iron deficiency occasionally produces hair loss. Some people don't have enough iron in their diets or may not fully absorb iron. Women who have heavy menstrual periods may develop iron deficiency

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Hormonal changes

due to pregnancy, birth control pills, other medications,and menopause.

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Thyroid disease

Either hypothyroid or hyperthyroid disease causes hair to become brittle  and break resulting in localized or generalized loss. Correction of the thyroid condition usually causes hair to re-grow.


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usually temporary and transient. Hair may re-grow when stress levels decrease

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Drug interactions

certain vitamins, many prescriptions and over the counter (OTC) supplements may have individual and non-specific side effects of hairloss. Usually, when the medication is discontinued, the hair re-grows.

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Hair Pulling Or Trichotillomania

People with trichotillomania pull hair on various parts of their bodies, including the scalp, face, arms, legs and pubic areas. They may not notice the hair pulling until they need to cover up bald patches.

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Some prescription drugs used for gout, arthritis, depression, heart problems, high doses of vitamin A & birth Control Pills may cause hair loss Other causes includes high Fever, Severe Infection, Severe Flu , Inadequate Protein in Diet ,Major Surgery/Chronic Illness ,Fungus Infection (Ringworm) of the Scalp.

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Hair Transplant Procedures

  • Donor Area Preparation : The patient’s hair in the donor area is trimmed short so the physician is able to optimally visualize and work on the patient’s scalp, as well as each donor follicle.
  • Once the hair in the donor area are trimmed it is given local anesthesia.
  • The tissue in the donor area that contains the bald resistant hair follicles is then removed surgically.
  • Follicular Unit Grafts are placed in the tiny incisions by device that are made in the recipient area.
  • The smallest grafts (one and two) are placed in front of the hairline and three and four (denser than one and two) are placed behind.
  • Donor Area Healing:The tiny incisions left behind after the follicular units are extracted heal completely in a few days. The tiny apertures contract as they heal, making the resulting round incision marks barely detectable. No stitches or other closures are necessary.
  • Hair Growth: Restored hair will grow in the same fashion as one’s native hair. Approximately three months after the procedure new hair begins to grow. Around six months, a patient should notice significant regrowth. The patient’s hair (native and transplanted) will continue to grow naturally.

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