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A dermatologist is a medical professional who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of conditions and diseases related to the skin, hair, nails, and mucous membranes. Dermatologists are licensed medical doctors who have completed an additional four years of specialized training in dermatology after earning their medical degree. They are experts in treating a wide range of skin conditions.

Dermatologists can help diagnose the cause of hair loss by examining the scalp and hair follicles, taking a medical history, and performing blood tests or scalp biopsies if necessary.

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Trichologists and dermatologists can both help with hair loss, but they may approach it from different angles.

Trichologists are hair and scalp specialists who focus solely on the health of the hair and scalp. They are not medical doctors, but they are trained to identify hair and scalp problems and recommend treatments to address them. 

Dermatologists, on the other hand, are medical doctors who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the skin, hair, and nails. They can diagnose and treat medical conditions that cause hair loss, such as autoimmune disorders or hormonal imbalances. Dermatologists can also prescribe medications.

In some cases, a patient may benefit from seeing both a trichologist and a dermatologist. For example, if a patient has a medical condition that is causing their hair loss, they may need to see a dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment. Once the medical condition is under control, a trichologist may be able to help promote hair growth and improve the overall health of the hair and scalp.

Overall, both trichologists and dermatologists can be valuable resources for patients experiencing hair loss, and working with both specialists can help to address the various factors that may be contributing to the problem.

Androgenetic Alopecia This is the most common form of hair loss, which affects both men and women. Trichologists can help diagnose and treat this condition, which is caused by genetic factors, hormonal imbalances, and age-related changes.

Alopecia Areata This condition is characterized by patchy hair loss, and it can affect both the scalp and other parts of the body. Trichologists can help diagnose and treat this condition, which is believed to be an autoimmune disorder.

Telogen Effluvium This is a condition that occurs when there is an increase in the number of hairs that enter the resting phase of the hair growth cycle. Trichologists can help identify the underlying causes of this condition, which can include stress, hormonal changes, and nutritional deficiencies.

Traction Alopecia This condition is caused by excessive pulling or tension on the hair follicles, which can lead to hair loss. Trichologists can help identify the causes of this condition, which can include hairstyles that involve tight braids, weaves, or extensions.

Scalp Psoriasis This is a chronic skin condition that can affect the scalp, causing red, scaly patches and hair loss. Trichologists can help diagnose and treat this condition, which can be managed with topical treatments, light therapy, and lifestyle changes.

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