Now offering trichology consultations!

Get help for your hair loss and scalp conditions.








Now offering trichology consultations!

Get help for your hair loss and scalp conditions.




What is trichology?

Trichology is the study of conditions dealing with the scalp and hair. Trichology is specifically focused on the scalp and covers much more than just hair loss.

Who should see a trichologist?

Anyone who is concerned about hair loss, oily scalp, flaky scalp, psoriasis, alopecia, or scalp-related disorders such as hair-pulling, known as trichotillomania. A person should also see a trichologist when they have anything from sudden, excessive hair loss to a bald patch that’s unexplained to a fungal condition that has caused discomfort and itching.

What is trichology?

Trichology is the study of conditions dealing with the scalp and hair. Trichology is specifically focused on the scalp and covers much more than just hair loss.

Who should see a trichologist?

Anyone who is concerned about hair loss, oily scalp, flaky scalp, psoriasis, alopecia, or scalp-related disorders such as hair-pulling, known as trichotillomania. A person should also see a trichologist when they have anything from sudden, excessive hair loss to a bald patch that’s unexplained to a fungal condition that has caused discomfort and itching.





When do I need a trichologist?

Almost every trichology appointment will include an in-depth hair and scalp analysis by a trained professional. They will check for structural damage, fungal concerns, dandruff, flaky scalp, blocked follicles and more. At times a blood test is recommended for a deeper look at the issue.






When do I need a trichologist?

Almost every trichology appointment will include an in-depth hair and scalp analysis by a trained professional. They will check for structural damage, fungal concerns, dandruff, flaky scalp, blocked follicles and more. At times a blood test is recommended for a deeper look at the issue.
Dermatologic problems can affect patients not only physically, but emotionally as well. If you are having any concerns about your scalp, you should consider seeing a trichologist. Trichologists are different from dermatologists in that they only focus on the hair and scalp, while a dermatologist focuses on the entire body.

More reasons to see a trichologist:

- Traction alopecia
- Cradle cap, also known as seborrheic dermatitis
- Hair that breaks or is brittle
- Dandruff or severe dandruff
- Peeling scalp from burns/sunburn
- Fungal infection
- Hair loss after chemotherapy or medication
- Psoriasis on the scalp
- Hormonal hair loss, such as in pregnancy or transitioning
- Itchy scalp
- Excessively oily scalp
- Hair loss after COVID-19 or long COVID
- Seasonal hair shedding
- Sudden hair loss or hair loss in just one spot

Call National Hair Centers today to schedule your trichology consultation! (602) 230-0000

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