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December, 22nd

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About Hair Loss Clinics

Hair loss clinics can be found in great abundance around the country, but before making any final decisions as to how to go about treating your condition, it is highly advisable to consult with a doctor. Treating hair loss is something that is different for each individual, as this condition can be caused by a number of factors, including heredity, other medical conditions, or as the result of taking certain medications. Hair loss is a condition that applies to men, women, and children. The technical/medical term for hair loss is Alopecia. The treatment of the condition should not only take into account the unique physical needs of the individual, but also the emotional needs as well. For some, this simply means keeping their treatments private and working with their doctor in a discreet manner. Any professional and reputable clinics will place great importance on making their patients feel as comfortable as possible. A big part of this is open communication and ensuring that the patient understands the process, goals, and other details related to treating the loss of hair. If you are noticing any abnormal patterns in the loss of your hair, it is best to speak to a doctor as soon as possible, as there is no treatment for permanent baldness. There are, however, a range of viable options for slowing the rate of loss and/or hiding the hair loss that has already taken place. A number of factors can contribute to hair loss, including changes in hormonal levels, excessive hairstyling (and therefore scarring of the scalp), and an emotional or physical “shock” to the balance of your nervous system.

  • Desert Strands Hair & Nail Salon

    66500 Acoma Ave, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 251-9008

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  • Elizabeth's Hair Salon

    12095 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 329-5270

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  • Glossy

    12021 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 329-1288

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  • Bunny's Hair Care

    18800 Vee Bee Rd, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92241

    (760) 251-3095

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  • Mina hair extensions

    67610 Suerte Way, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 218-6464

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  • Exotic Hair Studio

    3800 Four Seasons Blvd, Palm Springs, CA 92262

    (760) 778-1374

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  • Unisex Hair Salon

    12076 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 288-4015

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  • Meina Hair Salon

    12106 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 288-7398

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  • Palm Springs Hair Design

    2381 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

    (760) 320-8030

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  • Preventive Medicine Clinics of the Desert the

    2381 E Tahquitz Canyon Way, Palm Springs, CA 92262

    (760) 320-4292

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  • Delia's

    11217 Palm Dr, Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240

    (760) 329-8808

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More on Hair Loss Clinics

The various types of hair loss can be filed under one of two categories: permanent hair loss and temporary hair loss. The two most common types of permanent hair loss are male-pattern baldness and female-pattern baldness. A lesser known type of permanent hair loss is Cicatricial (scarring) Alopecia. Male-pattern baldness and female-pattern baldness are much the same, except that female-pattern baldness is generally limited to thinning around the crown, sides, or front of the head, while male-pattern baldness can result in complete loss of hair. Female-pattern baldness rarely occurs in complete loss of hair. The categories of temporary hair loss are: Alopecia Areata, Telogen Effluvium, Anagen Effluvium, and Traction Alopecia. Alopecia Areata is a temporary hair loss disease that causes around quarter-size spots of thinning or balding, not restricted to the hair of the scalp, but rather any portions of the body where there is hair growth. Telogen Effluvium is the term given to temporary hair loss that is a result of some major stress, traumatic event, or illness. This kind of hair loss is most often sudden and results in thinning more so than balding. Anagen Effluvium is the type of hair loss associated with chemotherapy treatments. The hair loss begins soon after treatment, but the hair regeneration cycle begins anew after it is complete. Traction Alopecia is the hair loss condition that results from wearing a particular hairstyle such as cornrows or pigtails. If these hairstyles are worn too often and the hair is pulled tightly, this can result in loss of hair specifically where the hair is pulled tightly. Once you have consulted with a doctor and understand the nature of your condition and the implications of your treatment, you can set about locating the right hair loss clinic for you. Your doctor should be able to help with a sound recommendation.

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