Alopecia Areata Treatments

At Este Hair Medical, we offer specialised treatments for alopecia areata, aiming to restore hair growth and confidence through personalised care and advanced techniques.

Alopecia Areata Treatments at Este Hair Medical

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition causing hair loss in patches. At Este Hair Medical in Harrow, London, we offer specialized treatments to help manage and restore hair growth.

Our approach involves a comprehensive evaluation to determine the extent and progression of alopecia areata. We provide advanced treatment options including topical therapies, intralesional injections, and innovative hair restoration techniques to stimulate hair regrowth.

Count on our skilled dermatologists and caring team to develop personalized treatment plans tailored to your specific condition and goals. We are dedicated to delivering compassionate care and effective solutions for alopecia areata, helping you regain confidence in your appearance.

Effective Alopecia Areata Treatments at Este Hair Medical

  • We conduct a detailed assessment to understand the specific patterns and factors contributing to alopecia areata.
  • Developing a customized plan tailored to your unique condition and hair restoration goals.
  • Utilizing innovative therapies to stimulate hair regrowth and manage alopecia areata effectively.
  • Regular follow-ups to monitor progress and make necessary adjustments to treatment for optimal outcomes.
  • Providing education on hair care and ongoing support to empower you throughout your treatment journey.


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Frequently Asked Questions

1What causes alopecia areata and who is affected by it?
Alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition where the immune system attacks hair follicles, leading to hair loss. It can affect people of all ages and may be triggered by genetic predisposition or environmental factors.
2What are the common symptoms of alopecia areata?
Common symptoms include sudden hair loss in round patches on the scalp or other areas of the body. In some cases, hair loss may progress to complete baldness (alopecia totalis) or loss of all body hair (alopecia universalis).
3How is alopecia areata diagnosed by dermatologists?
Dermatologists diagnose alopecia areata by examining the pattern of hair loss and sometimes performing a scalp biopsy to confirm the condition. Blood tests may be conducted to rule out other underlying causes.
4What treatments are available for alopecia areata?
Treatments include corticosteroid injections into the scalp, topical corticosteroids, minoxidil (Rogaine), anthralin cream, and immunotherapy such as diphencyprone (DPCP). In severe cases, oral medications or phototherapy may be recommended.
5Can alopecia areata be cured or managed effectively?
While there is no known cure for alopecia areata, treatments can help stimulate hair regrowth and manage the condition effectively for many individuals. Results vary, and ongoing treatment may be necessary to maintain hair growth.