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Hello, Dr. Bauman here.
September is Alopecia Areata Awareness Month.
As you may know, alopecia areata is an autoimmune condition which causes hair loss. Hair usually falls out in small, round patches on the scalp about the size of a quarter, but it can also progress to total baldness.
The bad news is, alopecia areata is widespread. In fact, the National Alopecia Areata Foundation estimates this condition affects nearly 7 million people in the US.
And alopecia areata is just one form of “alopecia”, a term doctors use to describe hair loss generally. There are seven different common forms of alopecia that can rob you of your hair and confidence.
The good news is, effective options for all forms of alopecia exist.
And in this brand new report, I’ll walk you through the different forms of alopecia and the treatments that can save your hair.
>> The best hair restoration treatments for alopecia (click to read)
No matter what’s causing your hair loss, the experience is upsetting.
I see that every day with the patients who turn to me for help. But what I also see are faces light up with smiles each time I tell a patient there’s something they can do about their hair loss.
If you’re experiencing hair loss, effective treatment starts with an accurate diagnosis.
And the earlier your diagnosis, the more treatment options you’ll have available and the better your results will be.
The first step is sitting down together in a 1-on-1 consultation, available in-person or virtually.
During this consultation, we’ll uncover the root cause of your hair loss, clarify your hair health goals, and build a customized hair restoration plan for you.
Ready to take that first step?
>> Go here to book your one-on-one consultation
You can also call us at (561) 394-0024 with questions or to book your consultation by phone.
Alan J. Bauman, MD
Medical Director of Bauman Medical
If you or someone you know has hair loss, hair thinning, baldness, or eyebrow / eyelash concerns, click to start either a long-distance virtual consultation OR an in-person, in-office consultation with Dr. Bauman. You can also Ask Dr. Bauman a Question or simply call Bauman Medical Group toll-free 844-GET-HAIR or +1-
*Each individual's treatment and/or results may vary