The treatment for telogen effluvium depends on the cause. Most cases of telogen effluvium, if addressed early, can be turned around sooner than later with aggressive treatment. Aggressive and persistent cases may respond well to treatment. Early diagnosis with proper lab results can help slow the shed along with speeding up the new growth of anagen (new) hair.
The professionals at HPIHair Partners develop an individual plan for each client depending on the depth of the hair loss, the conditions and your need to restore your hair. Treatment options can consist of topical treatments, supplements, scalp stimulation treatments, low-level laser therapy, scalp microneedling with growth factors.
Written by: Ashley Neuweg MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Telogen effluvium (TE) is one of the most commonly diagnosed hair loss conditions among dermatologists. TE is described as a form of non-scarring alopecia, which is characterized by temporary diffuse hair loss. Diffuse hair loss is seen throughout a large area of the scalp with symmetrical…read more