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5 Common Causes of Hair Loss and How to Treat Them

If you feel like you’re losing the hair on your head because you’re overly stressed about your kids, job, finances, or anything else, it may actually be happening. Although you may have thought that “losing the hair on my head” is just an expression, it’s something that can occur because of stress. But stress isn’t the only contributor to hair loss. What else is?

 

How Can Hair Loss Be Treated?

The treatment for your hair loss depends on a variety of things including the initial cause of your hair loss. The procedures that we offer here at Dermatology Institute & Skin Care Center include

Light Therapy, Minoxidil, Finasteride, and Microneedling with PRP.

If you suffer from hair loss, we may be able to help. Schedule your consultation at our Santa Monica office to learn more. Call us at 310-829-4104.

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