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Newsletter from Dermatology Specialists of Charlotte: September 2019


Dermatologists help many women with hair loss

For many women, hair loss can be stopped or treated. To do this successfully, though, you need to know what’s causing the hair loss.

Many people think of hair loss as a men’s issue, however hair loss is just as common in women as it is in men. In addition to hereditary hair loss, the hairstyles and products that women use on their hair can contribute to hair loss. Fortunately in most cases, a board-certified dermatologist can identify the type of hair loss and develop an effective treatment plan.

Here’s how dermatologists get to the root of the problem- Read more about Untangling hair loss in women.


  How to find head lice early

It’s common for children to get head lice.

An itchy scalp is the most obvious symptom of head lice, but that alone does not mean you have head lice. Other more common things like dandruff and eczema also can make the scalp itch. You also can have head lice and not itch. It sometimes takes a few weeks after the lice arrive for the scalp to start itching.

These easy-to-follow tips show you how to recognize the symptoms. How to catch head lice early. 


Itchy Scalp? How to get relief! 

When your scalp itches, it can be difficult to think about anything else. You may feel that the itch will never stop, but relief is possible. Getting rid of the itch begins with finding out why your scalp itches.
Relief begins with finding out what’s causing the itch.
Stop scalp psoriasis from causing hair loss
When psoriasis develops on the scalp, hair loss sometimes follows. To help prevent hair loss, dermatologists give their patients these tips.
While hair tends to regrow once the scalp psoriasis clears, there are things you can do right now to prevent further hair loss.



What’s got people talking? Melanoma

Melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, has increased 800% among women ages 18-39.
Help women you know reduce their skin cancer risk by sharing this post. 
A spike in female skin cancer rates reveals alarming tanning trends. Read more here. 


PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is here! 

The perfect add-on to Microneedling, Halo and other procedures.

Injected to improve hair loss.

Injected alone or with a dermal filler.


Benefits of PRP:

Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
Plump up aging and sagging skin
Reduce or eliminate deep creases
Improve your complexion
Diminish acne scars
There’s little to no downtime


PRP Microneedling and PRP for Hair Loss

PRP is Platelet-Rich Plasma processed from the patient’s own blood which provides fundamental protein growth factors.

  • PRP Microneedling is ideal to treat wrinkles, fine lines, hyperpigmentation, large pores, uneven skin texture, lax skin, scars and sun damage.
  • PRP for Hair Loss triggers natural hair growth and maintenance by increasing blood supply to the hair follicle and increasing the thickness of the hair shaft

Call to schedule and see if PRP is right for you.


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