What is Alopecia?
Alopecia areata is identified by the rapid reduction of hair on the scalp or body, leading to patchy and sporadic bald spots and/or thinning hair. It can be caused by a variety of factors including the normal process of aging, hormonal changes, stress, or a hereditary autoimmune condition. Many men and women can be affected by the different types of alopecia. That's why double board-certified dermatologist Dr. Simona Bartos offers a number of the most advanced solutions for hair restoration in Hollywood, FL at Imperial Dermatology. This allows both men and women to reduce alopecia-related hair loss for thicker, fuller, and healthier-looking hair. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation if you think you may have hair loss caused by alopecia or another hair condition.
Hair Loss/Alopecia Reviews
"Liliya, Monica, and Dr. Bartos were all amazing! They were able to help with my hair loss treatment and answer all questions! Highly recommend!!"- A.L. / Google / Nov 18, 2022
"I always enjoy myself so much when I visit imperial Dermatology, i almost forget I’m at a doctors office. Dr. Bartos helped me so much with my hair loss, and purchasing her Nutrafol vitamins was the icing on the cake. Monica, Liliya, and Alexa were all so kind. Looking forward to my next visit."- P.B. / Google / Jan 28, 2023
"Staff is very friendly and sweet and made me feel really comfortable. Dr. Bartos is amazing! She will be helping me treat my hair loss."- S.P. / Google / May 10, 2023
Hair Loss/alopecia Treatment Options
There are generally two types of alopecia: Scarring and non-scarring. In simple terms, scarring alopecia damages the hair follicles to the point where the hair will not typically grow back. Non-scarring alopecia does not damage the follicles and hair regrowth is still possible. Based on the extent and seriousness of the baldness, different treatment solutions are available. Dr. Bartos will begin with an examination of your hair loss and a full investigative workup that includes biopsies and blood work. Depending on the cause and type of your alopecia, she can custom tailor your treatment with a variety of effective options, including:
- Kenalog injections
- PRP (platelet-rich plasma) injections
- Microneedling with PRP
- Nutrafol vitamins
- Topical medications like Minoxidil foam
- Oral medications: Spironolactone, Minoxidil, Propecia
- Injectable medications
- Laser treatments
Achieve thicker, fuller hair
At Imperial Dermatology, we understand the confusion, frustration, and embarrassment that might accompany sudden baldness caused by alopecia. Dr. Bartos and her team have made it their goal not just to improve your aesthetic appearance, but to help you realize why you're losing your hair and what they can do to potentially halt further loss. If you're ready to receive answers and begin your journey toward a thicker, fuller head of hair, contact our Hollywood, FL office now to schedule your appointment. We are excited to meet with you and work with you to find a solution to your hair loss.