Frontal Fibrosing

Frontal fibrosing alopecia (FFA) is a form of lichen planopilaris that is characterized primarily by slowly progressive hair loss (alopecia) and scarring on the scalp near the forehead. In some cases, the eyebrows, eye lashes and/or other parts of the body may be involved, as well. Although it has been suggested that FFA may be due to hormonal changes or an autoimmune response, the exact cause of this condition is not yet known. There is currently no cure for FFA; however, treatment with certain types of medications may stop or slow hair loss in some cases.

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During a hair loss consultation (which we never charge for) our hair loss consultant will get to know you and your hair loss challenges first before showing you the best option available to solve your specific hair loss requirements. Please refer to our consultation process to find out more.

 

 

Aderans Hair Solutions

Depending on your level of hair loss Aderans can either provide you with non-medical treatments that may prevent further hair loss; procedures that replicates hair follicles using the latest techniques for an instant hair loss solution to non-surgical hair replacement systems that can disguise existing hair loss.

Please follow the links below to find out more about the Aderans options.

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