What is Hair Loss?
Hair loss is a difficult issue that can greatly impact your confidence and well-being. Fortunately, with many modern advances in the hair restoration industry, it's possible to treat, control, and oftentimes, reverse hair loss. At Lone Star State Dermatology Clinic, board-certified dermatologist Dr. Jean-Denis Boucher offers a number of advanced methods, including PRP therapy and low-level laser therapy, to help strengthen the hair follicles and boost the growth and quality of your hair. Regardless of your specific phase of hair loss, from early-stage hair loss to late-stage balding, Dr. Boucher can provide a personalized hair growth treatment plan to help you get your best results. We encourage you to contact one of our San Antonio, TX offices to schedule an appointment.
Hair Loss Causes and Treatments
For some men and women, hair loss is caused by androgenetic alopecia (male and female pattern hair loss), which is driven by genetics, hormone imbalances, and age. Other hair loss causes, which either disrupt hair development or kill the follicles, include scalp and medical conditions, nutrient deficiencies, medication side effects, physical trauma, and hair care products. Hair loss is generally a gradual process that occurs in specific locations on the scalp or all around. To help stabilize hair loss, our clinic provides a range of advanced nonsurgical remedies, including prescription medications, low-level laser therapy (LLLT), and PRP therapy. Dr. Boucher will review your medical history, diet, and hair care routine before creating your personalized treatment plan, which may involve one or more therapies to help you achieve maximum results.
Stop Hair Loss
If you suffer from hair loss, hair thinning, or balding, treatments are available to slow or stop the progression of hair loss. At Lone Star State Dermatology Clinic, we have a number of innovative treatments to revive the growth of fuller, healthier hair. Dr. Boucher can offer a thorough analysis of your hair and scalp so that he can provide an accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment options. Please contact our office in San Antonio, TX today to get started.