About alopecia areata Alopecia areata is a non-scarring hair loss phenomenon that affects men and women- both adults and children. Alopecia Areata is a very common hair loss problem in which there is a sudden patchy loss of hair. All the hair in the small area of the scalp is lost. The chief causes for alopecia is an autoimmune reaction of the body against its own….
Is alopecia areata curable?
It can be treated not cured as there are repeated episodes of hair loss. Extension of a single patch is not as serious as the appearance of new patches even when the initial patch is regrowing. Regrowth of few scattered terminal hair in a patch indicates worse progress than a regrowth of fine vellus hair. Spontaneous remission occurs in up to 80% No loss of body function only affects psychological.
" Correction of physical appearance and making it aesthetically perfect is not a mere status issue, its about making your soul comfortable in your body "
-Dr. Dhananjay Chavan