HAIR LOSS

Hair Loss dallas

Hair loss, or alopecia, may present in several ways. It may be partial or complete and occur in any hair-bearing area of the body, although in our clinic we usually see patients present for hair loss of the scalp, eyebrows, and eyelashes.

Hair loss may occur in men and women of various age groups. Androgenic alopecia, or male pattern baldness, is obviously a concern for young men. Other common hair loss conditions include ALOPECIA AREATA and TELOGEN EFFLUVIUM.

Request More Info About
HAIR LOSS

HAIR LOSS IN DEPTH

by Martin Kassir, M.D., F.A.A.D.

Hair Loss dallas

A patient experiencing alopecia.⠀

At Kassir Dermatology, we perform a comprehensive hair and scalp examination, and if necessary perform a total body skin/hair examination. We review all medications, obtain a detailed family history of hair loss, and order blood tests and view hairs under the microscope if necessary. After this detailed examination, we recommend the proper course of action for each patient.

Hair Loss Treatments In Our Dallas, TX Clinic

If you would like to to schedule a hair loss consultation with Dr. Martin Kassir, please call 214-360-1500 or fill out our contact form. The details of your hair loss will be explained to you during your consultation in our medical office in Dallas, Texas.

aSKINg the EXPERT: Hair Loss

How much hair is considered normal daily hair loss?

It is considered normal to lose about a handful of hair on a daily basis. This will vary from person to person.

What treatments are available for male pattern hair loss?

Topical medication, oral medication, and light based therapy are used to treat androgenetic alopecia (male pattern hair loss).
Patients should schedule a proper hair loss consultation with Dr. Martin Kassir in order to determine the best treatment options. More importantly, patients should consult with Dr. Martin Kassir in order to pursue FDA approved treatments.

What is Male Pattern Baldness Androgenetic Alopecia?

Some men have a predisposition for Andoagenetic Alopecia that they inherited most likely from their father or grandfather. With this condition the frontal area of the scalp has a tendency to lose hair. The hair follicles actually start producing thinner, lighter, and smaller hairs that is commonly called "peach fuzz". There are treatments available for male pattern baldness such as medications, topical, or devices.

Kassir Dermatology © 2018