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Alopecia Areata And Its Diagnosis

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Alopecia areata is a skin condition that causes round bald spots appear on your scalp and sometimes on other parts of the body. The hair loss is very sudden and quite often drastic. It is non-scarring, which means that there is no permanent damage to the hair follicle. At times, hair grows in the affected area, although this process can take a few months. Case studies show that, approx. 50 percent of people suffering from alopecia areata recover within a year. But, most people experience more than one episode during their lifetime. Moreover, according to a recent update, out of 50, one person suffers from alopecia areata at some point in his life.


Besides, alopecia areata is a common condition that can occur at any age, and can affect males and females equally. In case of men, many of them lose or have lost their hair, even though they are not suffering from alopecia areata. However,bald look on men has acceptable. But, hair loss in women is immediately realized with the drastic change in their appearance.


On the other hand, diagnosis of hair loss in women or men is based on the appearances of the hair loss. Your doctor may do tests to check for a disease that could be causing your hair loss like hair analysis or blood tests. Apart from these medical treatments, there are several cosmetic and protective as well as non-surgical techniques that people with alopecia areata can try. This is where hair replacement comes into play. It is a modern scientific method, which aims at promoting natural hair growth in the balding areas of one’s head.


Replacement of hair is done through two methods, surgical and non-surgical hair replacement. In surgical process, hair are transplanted from an area of the scalp where hair is thicker to the bald area.


Now, you must be thinking, non-surgical hair replacement means wearing a wig. No, it is not so. Wherein, it involves applying a light, thin, transparent membrane to the scalp that is infused into human hair. Eventually, this membrane is then attached to the scalp and woven in with the existing hair. With the help of this process, the hair in the membrane is perfectly matched with the existing hair, in terms of density, colour and direction.


So, if via medical routes hair regrowth is not possible, non-surgical hair replacement is the best option.


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