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Why Hair

Loss Happens?

Are you the perfect match for a complimentary consultation with Dr. Octain?


Answer these questions to determine.

  • Are you really concerned about your hair loss?

  • Do you want to know how you can stop it and like a number of our patients get re-growth?

  • Do you want to know the truth about hair loss (and not hear false promises)?

  • Are you motivated enough to do something about your hair loss?

If you answered YES to any of these questions, you owe it to yourself to call and schedule a consultation!

Autoimmune Diseases

An immune reaction attacks the hair follicles, producing antibodies that attack these tissues as if they were foreign invaders

Connective Tissue Disease

Causes scarring of skin, loss of circulation to hair follicle and autoimmune reaction leading to temporary or permanent loss of hair

Exposure to Toxic Chemicals

Tobacco smoke contains hundreds of lethal and damaging chemicals which can accelerate normal hair loss 

Iron Deficiency Anemia

Very common with woman but also can effect men.

Androgenic Alopecia

The body’s immune system is sensitized to increased levels of DHT in the scalp causing hair loss in these high concentrated DHT areas

Hormonal Changes

Due to pregnancy, birth control pills and menopause



Hypothyroid and hyperthyroid disease cause hair to become brittle and break resulting in localized or generalized loss



Certain vitamins prescription and over the counter, may have individual and non specific side effects of hair loss


Usually temporary and transient of the alopecia areata type.


The body's reaction to harsh chemotherapy drugs results in the loss of hair

Fungal/Bacterial Infection

Impetigo and tinea capitis are known to increase hair loss

Environmental Reactions

A reaction to your environment where hair loss is almost like an allergic reaction

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