Hair Loss & Nail disorders

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Dermatology does not only help with conditions of the skin on our bodies but also with hair and scalp related problems. Everyone dreams of a head full of thick, shiny and nourished hair, but sometimes hair disorders can get in the way of this. Here at Euromed, we can help you treat and manage any hair problems that are causing discomfort, pain, or cosmetic embarrassment.

What hair disorders can be treated?

Hair Loss

There are many different forms of hair loss, each with a wide range of symptoms and causes. Alopecia is the medical term for hair loss, and it can present itself in some different ways.

Male/Female Androgenetic Alopecia

Also known as male/female pattern balding, this condition is widespread and affects up to 50% of the population. This form of hair loss is caused by the shaft of the hair becoming so small over time that it no longer protrudes beyond the level of the skin on the scalp.

Androgenetic Alopecia typically affects the hair at the crown of the head, leaving the front hairline unchanged. This disease can make your hair looking uneven in texture with noticeable thin patches to the top of the head, and can cause distress and a severe loss of self-confidence.

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Alopecia Areata

This form of hair loss is also known as Autoimmune Alopecia, and it presents itself as patches of baldness throughout the scalp and male beard and sometimes the nails. Most commonly affecting young people in their teens and 20’s, this autoimmune inflammatory condition is unpredictable as there can be a cycle of developing bald patches, regrowth and then the reappearance of the patches. Alopecia Areata is caused by the body’s white blood cells attacking the hair follicles, which results in the hair falling out in uneven patches.

Telogen Effluvium

Telogen Effluvium is a condition that occurs when sudden or severe stress causes the hair to shed at a much higher rate than usual. A high-stress event or environment can cause the hair follicles to stop growing and enter into the resting (telogen) phase prematurely. The hair will then remain in this resting phase for three months before shedding, meaning that the hair loss will occur several months after the period of stress. While this condition is temporary, and the hair will regrow after a period, the hair loss can profoundly affect the sufferers and leave them with low self-confidence.

The Treatments

Mesotherapy with cocktails, Mesotherapy with PRP

This treatment involves a customised blend of vitamins and antioxidants being placed under the skin to stimulate collagen and boost hydration. Often used as a method of anti-aging in skincare, this procedure also has fantastic benefits for hair loss conditions.

The PRP (plasma rich platelets) used in the Mesotherapy injection contains a high concentration of activated platelets from the patient’s blood, and these cells can repair the damaged tissue using specific growth factors and anti-inflammatory proteins.

How Does it Work?

During the procedure, either the customised blend of vitamins and antioxidants or the PRP will be injected in small doses with fine needles, or with a specialist Mesotherapy gun, directly under the scalp into the hair follicles. By targeting these specific areas, the solution can reach precisely where needed and deliver much more efficient results.

When Will the Results Appear?

After only three short treatments patients will notice a reduction in hair loss, and by three months’ time, the hair growth will be noticeably improved.

Topical Creams and Lotions

 There are several different topical options to consider when suffering from a hair loss condition. Topical Corticosteroids are widely prescribed for treating Alopecia Areata. They come in foam, gel, or lotion form depending on your individual preference.

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For Female Androgenetic Alopecia and Telogen Effluvium, Minoxidil lotion/ Minoxidil free lotions, serums are applied to the scalp and helps by stimulating hair regrowth after 12 weeks.

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Seborrheic Dermatitis

Seborrheic Dermatitis of the scalp is an inflammation of the skin that can result in an itchy, dry and flaky scalp. This condition can also affect the frontal hairline, eyebrows and behind the ears. The clear visibility of this hair condition can leave patients feeling embarrassed and reluctant to socialise as usual.

Treatment of Nail Disorders

Most people know that our nails protect the delicate tissue of our fingers and toes, as well as being useful tools in our day-to-day lives, but many don’t realise that nails have the further amazing ability to act as a barometer.

A skilled dermatologist can use the nails as a means of diagnosing a vast number of health-related issues, such as heart disease, diabetes and nail cancer. The most common diagnosis of a nail disorder is Onychomycosis or Fungal Nail Infection, and this condition occurs predominantly on the toenail.

What can cause or trigger a Fungal Nail Infection?


The risks of developing a Fungal Nail Infection increases with age, as the rate of nail growth slows and there is a higher chance of additional health problems.


Diabetic imbalance affects the circulatory system, which in turn can increase the risk of a Fungal Nail Infection.


Some sports, such as swimming, can increase your exposure to pathogenic fungi that cause infections.

Psoriasis and Immunodeficiency

Suffering from a related autoimmune disease, or a weakened immune system can increase the risk of a Fungal Nail Infection.

What is a Fungal Nail Infection?

Over half of all nail disorders are diagnosed as Fungal Nail Infections, and this condition can affect both the fingernails and the toenails. Pathogenic fungus thrives in moist and warm conditions, and so the organisms find the perfect environment in feet that are confined in shoes, or hands that have been exposed to water for long periods of time.

The dermatologist at Euromed will examine your nails to determine the root of the condition and to confirm that there is a fungal infection. Occasionally laboratory testing will be required to confirm the diagnosis before treatment can begin.

What Treatment Options are Available?

Oral Treatments

Several tablets can be prescribed after a Fungal Nail Infection diagnosis. The anti-fungal agents that are contained in the capsules or tablets travel through the bloodstream to the nail, which enables a more concentrated treatment of the infection.

Topical Treatments

Although it can take up to 12 months to see results, topical solutions applied directly to the nail are the safest and most non-invasive form of treatment. Working best when the infection is at an early stage, this treatment involves the application of a nail lacquer or solution as well as the regular filing down of the infected nail.

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Laser Hair Loss Treatment

The most innovative and effective way to treat Fungal Nail Infections, Laser therapy allows a fast and efficient method of tackling stubborn and unsightly nail infections with no pain or discomfort. The laser uses light pulse energy to penetrate the nail, and destroy the fungus on the nail plate below using photocoagulation. In only four 30-minute sessions, the fungal infection will be eliminated allowing for the regrowth of your healthy nail.


What is good for hair and nails?

A number of vitamins including vitamins A, C, and E are essential for healthy hair and nails. Apart from these, biotin or B-complex vitamin also works wonders. Fish oil and flaxseed oil have also proven to be beneficial for healthier nails and hair.

What are the best hair and nail vitamins?

While vitamins A, C, and E are all important for hair and nails but vitamin C and biotin are vital. Biotin and vitamin C both produce collagen which helps in maintaining healthier hair and nails. Haircare professionals recommend using only products rich with these vitamins.

Is keratin good for hair and nails?

Yes, keratin has proved to be quite beneficial for hair and nails. A large part of nails and hair is composed of keratin and that is why it is instantly noticed upon damage. With the help of keratin treatments, weak and damaged hair and nails can be restored.

How long does it take an abscess to heal after draining?

After the drainage, the doctor usually recommends cleaning and bandaging the wound for about seven to ten days. After two days, only minimal drainage remains. Generally, it takes from 10 to 14 days for a wound to completely heal.

Consultation at Euromed Clinic

Manicures and pedicures are one of life’s little pleasures, and if you are missing out on this luxury due to a Fungal Nail Infection then it is time to take action! At Euromed, we offer simple and effective ways to treat nail infections and re-establish healthy nails. Call for a consultation today, and discover how easy it is to get the beautiful nails you have always wanted.


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    Dr. Fazeela Abbasi MD

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    Dr. Fazeela Abbasi has been in the field of dermatology since 2003. She is a DHA-licensed dermatologist specializing in advanced laser techniques, Botox, PRP therapy, rosacea treatment, etc.

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