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What is Alopecia?

An estimated 80 million men and women in the United States suffer from alopecia. This condition causes them to lose their hair. Whether it is a gradual thinning of the hair or complete baldness, it can significantly impact overall well-being and happiness. Patients of all ages come to Rone Health in Atlanta for treatment when they have concerns about their skin, hair, or nails. We treat your alopecia with the most advanced and progressive skincare treatments available, regardless of whether it is a temporary or permanent condition. Your alopecia can have many different causes, and our professionals are committed to treating your ailment at its root cause, providing you with the long-term solutions you deserve

How do You Get Alopecia?

Alopecia is a condition that affects both men and women. The majority of hair loss is caused by a combination of factors such as aging, genetics, or changing hormones. Those who suffer from alopecia areata, on the other hand, experience the type of hair loss that is caused by an attack on the immune system.

Androgenetic alopecia is the more common type of baldness, and it is simply hereditary hair thinning or baldness caused by male hormones. Stress and trauma are two factors in one’s daily life contributing to occasional alopecia.

We at Rone Health have the advanced research knowledge and experience you need to determine your alopecia type and put your mind at ease with quality solutions. Contact us today to schedule an appointment. That is why we are committed to providing you with long-lasting solutions by effectively treating your dermatologic concerns at their source. We believe those skin problems are more than just cosmetic issues.

How Do You Know if You Have Alopecia?

Hair loss is the most noticeable symptom of alopecia areata. Hair falls out in small patches on the scalp most of the time, and these patches are frequently a few centimeters or less in size. There may also be hair loss on other face parts, such as the brows and eyelashes, the beard, and different body parts.

Other indicators include:
  • Small bald patches on your scalp or other parts of your body.
  • Patches of baldness may become more prominent and join together to form a bald spot.
  • A patch of hair grows back in one place while hair falls out in another.
  • You lose a significant amount of hair in a short time.
  • In colder weather, there is more hair loss.
  • Fingernails and toenails become red, brittle, and pitted due to this condition.

Can Alopecia Go Away on its Own?

Alopecia areata (AA) is a type of hair loss that manifests itself as small, round patches of hair loss that may disappear on their own or may persist for several years. Approximately four million people in the United States will develop this condition during their lifetime, representing nearly 2 percent of the population.

Hair Loss Treatment in Atlanta

Finding a successful treatment for hair loss can be difficult when you are on your own. If you are experiencing hair loss, you should consult with one of our hair loss experts at Rone Health, who can provide you with an accurate diagnosis of your specific hair loss type and a personalized treatment plan to stop or slow your hair loss. We spend as much time as necessary with each patient to fully understand their condition. We will perform a thorough examination and any testing required to determine the most effective hair loss treatment for you.

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Contact the Atlanta alopecia treatment professionals at Rone Health today for your comprehensive hair loss consultation and treatment plan.

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