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Hair Disorders & Hair Loss Treatments

Hair and Scalp Disorders Cincinnati, Ohio

Our professionals at Moksha Dermatology use the most up-to-date treatments for hair loss and other scalp issues. We provide alopecia (hair loss) and hypertrichosis (excessive hair growth) treatments that help improve the outcomes of both disorders. That means you’ll have access to the best care and most up-to-date treatments for your particular type of hair loss.


For both men and women, the appearance and condition of their hair is inextricably linked to their self-esteem. Hair thinning, hair loss, and excessive hair growth can be caused by a variety of factors. Our dermatologists are committed to determining the source of your hair or scalp disease and providing the best treatment options.


Our dermatologists treat a wide range of skin conditions and are noted for their expertise in the treatment of:

  • Alopecia areata
  • Male pattern baldness
  • Female pattern baldness
  • Shedding (telogen effluvium)
  • Excessive hair growth (hypertrichosis and hirsutism)
  • Scalp conditions including dandruff, scaling, inflammation, redness, and bumps
  • Hair loss related to autoimmune disorders or other diseases

Alopecia: Many types of alopecia exists, medical evaluation and treatment recommendations are needed to proper distinguish between them. Alopecia is an absence of hair from certain parts of the body.

Seborrheic dermatitis: are itchy red patches on the scalp or beard with excess dandruff. Seborrheic dermatitis can be a common annoyance for many and is easily treatable when diagnosed by a medical professional.

The majority of hair and scalp troubles have nothing to do with underlying medical illnesses or conditions. However, it is critical to get a full examination by one of our dermatologists to evaluate the sort of hair loss you are experiencing and whether or not there are any underlying medical issues.

Hair loss can be accompanied by pain, irritation, burning, or itching in some cases. If you develop any of these symptoms for more than a few days, you should contact a dermatologist.