Alopecia Areata Treatment

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Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune problem that causes unpredictable hair loss. It is important to know its symptoms to identify it at an early stage because stopping it is much easier at the start.

Hair growth experts have come to know some possible causes. There is no perfect solution for this treatment but a person who has this kind of disorder can try different treatments to get treat it.

Though fully fixing it may not be possible, the progress of alopecia areata can be stopped by considering different hair growth treatments such as topical medications and injections.

This page discusses what alopecia areata is and how alopecia areata treatment works. Continue reading to know how a person can fix this common hair loss condition.

Understanding Alopecia Areata

According to the Harvard Medical School, alopecia is a common form of hair loss where hair loss occurs in specific areas or in patches. Its causes are unknown and it can be stopped if dealt with care.

If not stopped timely, this issue can cause hair thinning and baldness. And you know reversing hair thinning and baldness are not easy tasks to perform. Hair growth treatments can help during this issue.


First of all, alopecia areata is an autoimmune problem which refers to a disorder that starts when the immune system of the body attacks healthy cells along with unhealthy substance.

The main purpose of the immune system is to keep the body safe from foreign attacks from bacteria, viruses, etc. The immune system of the people with alopecia areata attacks hair follicles.

You may already know that hair follicles are the cells that grow hair. Then hair follicles are attacked by the immune system, hair follicles get affected, and lose the ability to regrow hair.

It is not yet known what causes the immune system to attack hair follicles. The people with a family history of autoimmune disorders are more likely to experience alopecia areata.

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People can lose hair due to various reasons but losing hair on a regular basis can be a sign of the onset of alopecia areata. When this issue starts, hair starts falling in round patches.

These scalp patches are not big; they can be of the size of a currency coin. This defect is mostly found on the scalp but it can also occur in other areas of the face and body.

The level of hair loss during this condition varies from person to person. If you lose too many hairs every single day, you should try to count how many hairs you lose in a day.

This will help you get to know an estimate about the total number of hairs you lose every single day. You should do something if you lose about 100 or more than 100 hairs every day.

Losing hair does not always mean alopecia; there can be other causes too and consulting a hair growth expert can always be helpful in knowing the hair loss problem better.

What is Alopecia Areata Treatment?

There is no perfect treatment for alopecia areata, some methods can be used to stop it. According to the American Academy of Dermatology Association, this issue can be stopped with the help of different hair growth treatments such as injections, light therapy, topical agents, and oral treatment. Continue reading to know more about our alopecia areata treatment in Dubai, Abu Dhabi.


Treating this kind of hair loss in a timely manner can provide a number of benefits. Here are some obvious positive things to expect from it:

  • The treatment reduces the progress of alopecia areata.
  • The treatment prevents hair thinning and baldness.
  • The cost of alopecia areata treatment is not too high.
  • The treatment does not mostly cause side effects and downtime.


A person who has been diagnosed with alopecia areata can undergo this treatment. Go for this treatment if the following apply to you:

  • Your hair loss is patchy (some scalp patches are losing hair).
  • You do not want to be thin or bald at some scalp areas.
  • You need to think realistically about the treatment.

Side Effects

In general, there are no side effects as long as you follow the instructions from the doctor. Some treatments may cause short-term side effects but such kind of side effects subside with the passage of time. If you want to have this treatment, discuss risks and side effects with your doctor beforehand.

Treatment Options

A number of techniques can be used to stop the progress of alopecia areata. Hair growth experts use the following methods to avoid further fall out of hair:

Injections: The people who have a mild form of patchy alopecia can restore proper hair growth through steroid injections.

Light Therapy: Phototherapy, photochemotherapy or light therapy is another option that can be used in combination with a topical medication.

Topical Agents: Some topical medications are available in the market that can be applied topically on the hair and scalp to promote hair growth.

Oral Treatment: Some oral medications can also help people with alopecia areata. This method can cause side effects and the person who wants to use it should discuss its side effects with a doctor first.

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As different people have a different level of hair fall, treatment cost fluctuates for a different candidate. The pricing largely depends on the level of problem a person is facing.

Some other factors such as the geographic location and expertise level of the professional also define how much a person will have to pay for this treatment.

What would be the alopecia areata treatment cost in your case? We can share our rates if you visit us and let us check your issue. But do not forget to book an appointment first.

Why Consult an Expert?

In conclusion, alopecia areata can be stopped and can be treated in some cases. All you need is to take the right care at the right time.

You can reduce your hair fall by taking the right care at the right time. We are just one call away; contact and schedule a consultation session.

Wish you all the best with your hair restoration goals!

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