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Peter J. Panagotacos, M.D.

U.S.
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I have 30 years experience in the field of medical and surgical Hair Restoration and am Board Certified in Dermatology and Hair Restoration Surgery.

Melanie Vonzabuesnig

U.S.
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Female hair loss is my main focus. Women today are very susceptible to several types of hair loss including telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, and androgenetic alopecia. I can answer questions about the causes and types of female hair loss. I can share information about natural holistic remedies to improve female hair loss conditions.

John Nikolaou

Canada
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Questions Pertaining to Hair Loss; Hair Growth Rates; Unwanted Hair and most Hair related issues, for both men and women. Issues that pertain to causes, possible solutions, etc.

Michael S. Fisher, Ph.D., M.D.

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published over 50 articles on the subject.

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2017-01-17 Alopecia areata update/remission:

STRESS. Is a major factor in flares of AA as well as psoriasis and can speed up male pattern baldness. The shampoo has not weakened your hair nor caused increase recession. I'd suggest you use your clobetasol

2017-01-16 Alopecia areata update/remission:

As I wrote to you before AA is in predictable. Your best chance of suppressing this condition is to see the same dermatologist on a monthly to six week intervals for intralesional cortisone injections

2016-12-30 Shampoos for scalp psoriasis:

The standard over the counter shampoos are salicylic acid shampoos such as T-Sal to soften and loosen the scales and tar shampoos such as T-Gel and any number of other more potent but more smelly tar shampoos

2016-12-16 Burn/stinging - mpb:

I have never had a patient complain of stinging and burning of the scalp. What products are you placing on your scalp. If finasreride is not working fo you, because there are reports of decreased hair

2016-12-14 Flakes/Scaling:

The most common cause of such flaking is seborrheic dermatitis and 1% nizoral shampoo daily would be an appropriate treatment. You may need to apply a prescription nizoral cream to the area at bedtime

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