Patient with severe alopecia areata after hair regrowth and a woman

Patient with severe alopecia areata after hair regrowth and a woman

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Alopecia areata is often diagnosed by a dermatologist, which is a type of doctor that treats diseases of the skin and hair. If you're ready to reach out to one, provide your information below to receive a list of dermatologists near you. It's that easy.

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