Alopecia areata is a condition that causes hair loss, usually in circular patches.
These bald patches can appear suddenly and can occur on the scalp as well as other parts of the body.
The technical term for hair loss in patches is alopecia areata. One or more hairless patches appear on the scalp, which are usually round and can vary in size, and even change location on the scalp.
Although the exact cause of this type of alopecia is unknown, it is suspected that stress and weakened immune system are the main triggers. People experiencing hair loss in patches often resort to various solutions such as immunotherapy, corticosteroids, and minoxidil. Some even opt for hair transplantation, which is not recommended in this case because it cannot predict where the hair will continue to fall out in the future.
In the case of alopecia areata, the best solution is scalp micropigmentation. This solution is permanent and, if done correctly, can solve the problem of this type of alopecia forever.
However, before the treatment, caution must be taken when choosing a Academy to perform scalp micropigmentation. Many people considering this treatment think that it is enough to cover only the parts that are currently without hair. Moreover, many micropigmentation technicians will do just that. In that case, if the hairless areas expand or change location, problems arise.
Therefore, the best solution is to apply pigments to the entire scalp, thus preventing any potential movement or expansion of these bald patches.
Micro Hair Academy always suggests full scalp micropigmentation to clients with alopecia areata. Although this is a more expensive option, it is a far more effective and long-term solution.
Micropigmentation can also be used in the following cases:
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