Alopecia AreataAn autoimmune condition, alopecia areata involves the immune system’s attacking hair follicles in such a way as to disrupt hair growth. Patients with alopecia areata experience random hair loss in a few or many round patches; while the hair sometimes grows back, it may fall out again. Many patients affected by the condition are otherwise healthy, without any other symptoms or concerns.
For patients who are concerned about the hair loss caused by alopecia areata, there are cosmetic treatment options available. One we offer is XTRAC, a targeted laser therapy that treats affected areas with therapeutic UVB light. Covered by most major insurance companies, XTRAC is a painless, noninvasive treatment option that can lead to months of symptom relief. You can learn more about this treatment option at XtracClear.com. Learn more about the possibilities for treatment that we offer by contacting our office today!
- PDT (Photodynamic Therapy)
- M22 Photofractional
- CoolSculpting Fat Reduction
- Pigmented Lesion Removal
- IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) or Fotofacial
- Eclipse MicroPen
- Ablative Resurfacing
- Laser Hair Removal
- Laser Tattoo Removal
- 1064 Nd YAG LASER
- Chemical Peels
- ThermiSmooth Body
- VISIA Complexion Analysis
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