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Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes sudden hair loss and can have a horrible impact on your confidence. The only treatment that guarantees a solution is scalp micropigmentation. It is an effective cover-up for areas where the disorder is prominent or you can get the full scalp treated. Scalp micropigmentation treatment includes the utilization of thousands of micro-dots deposited with pigment, to appear as hair follicles. You don’t have to rely on unidentified and ineffective remedies like injected surgeries, light therapy, and minoxidil. At last, there is an authentic and genuine offer with instantaneous results.
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Types Of Alopecia
Alopecia areata is where hair loss occurs in one or more coin-sized (usually round or oval) patches on the scalp or other places on the body that grow hair. This type of alopecia may convert into either alopecia totalis or alopecia universalis, but most commonly it remains patchy.
Persistent patchy alopecia areata is characterized by patchy scalp hair loss that continues over a long period of time without ever developing into extensive alopecia areata such as totalis or universalis.
Alopecia totalis results in hair loss across the entire scalp.
Alopecia universalis is more advanced than alopecia totalis. This type of alopecia results in hair loss across the entire scalp and face (including eyebrows and eyelashes), plus the rest of the body (including pubic hair).