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Alopecia takes many forms and is surprisingly common. The alopecia type we see most often is alopecia areata, symptomized as a single or multiple round bald patches of total hair loss. These patches can change size and position, causing significant distress to the person experiencing the condition.
Other forms of alopecia include alopecia totalis, seen as total loss of all head hair, and is often a progression of alopecia areata. Traction alopecia affects men and women who wear their hair in tight styles, and causes damage and hair loss around the frontal hairline area. Then there’s alopecia barbae, affecting facial hair and often noticeable as bald patches in the beard or mustache.