Can You Grow Hair Back if the Bald Patch is at the Front?'

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Question: can u grow hair back if I got a bald patch in the front of my hair?

Answer: Hi, Chris. As you describe your hair loss as a bald patch at the front of your hairline it is likely to be caused by the autoimmune disorder Alopecia Areata. This causes patchy hair loss that is often rounded and comes on suddenly, presenting anywhere on the scalp.

In the majority of cases the hair will grow back of its own accord, although regrowth may be pale at least at first. When, or in some cases, if this will happen is impossible to predict, however. It is possible to accelerate the hair growth process by following a specially designed alopecia areata treatment course.

At Belgravia we have had significant success in treating these types of bald spots using preparations of high strength minoxidil. The recommended solution is applied directly to the affected patches either once or twice per day depending on the advice of your dedicated hair loss specialist.

If you would like to be assessed by one of our specialists and receive their personalised treatment recommendations for your specific situation, please contact us to book a free trichocheck at one of our Central London hair loss clinics. Otherwise, if you are based elsewhere in the UK, or abroad, please fill out this quick and easy online consultation form which allows you to upload photos.

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