Are you experiencing hair loss? Olansky Dermatology & Aesthetics in Atlanta has advanced treatment solutions for your alopecia, or hair loss. Alopecia affects up to 80 million men and women in the United States. Your hair loss may involve a gradual thinning or complete baldness and can be a temporary or permanent condition. There are a wide variety of initiating factors for alopecia. At Olansky Dermatology & Aesthetics, we take the time to help you understand your specific cause of alopecia and provide the appropriate general dermatology treatment in our Atlanta office.

Hair Loss Treatment

For effective hair loss treatment in Atlanta, GA, come to the professionals of Olansky Dermatology & Aesthetics. Our dermatologists are experts in the evaluation and treatment of all forms of hair loss in both men and women. We understand the intricate types of your hair loss and can provide the advanced solutions you need to slow or stop you from losing your hair. We can perform the necessary tests and personal physical exam you need for a successful hair loss treatment plan. Just as the causes of hair loss vary by gender, hair loss treatments will vary as well. Olanksy Dermatology can provide the necessary solutions to treat your hair loss, including topical treatments and shampoos.

How Do You Get Alopecia?

Alopecia is primarily caused by a combination of aging, genetics or even changes in hormones. The two main types of hair loss are alopecia areata, which is hair loss caused by an attack in your immune system, and the more common androgenetic alopecia, which involves hereditary thinning or baldness. Occasionally, your alopecia may be caused by lifestyle factors including stress or trauma. At Olansky Dermatology & Aesthetics, we will help you find the cause of your hair loss and put your mind at ease with a customized treatment plan.

Contact our Atlanta Alopecia Treatment Specialists for your consultation at Olansky Dermatology & Aesthetics. Learn how our sophisticated dermatology group can help you with your hair loss today.