Hair loss treatment options for black women
Hair for black women is more than just a statement about who they are. It is a way for women to express themselves in a way that is tied deep within their culture. African American hair behaves much differently than Caucasian hair and requires specialized care and attention that many dermatologists don’t have experience in handling. At the Rendon Center of Boca Raton, Florida women of color feel comfortable working with our doctor of color, Dr. Chere Lucas Anthony, who has personal experience in the care and treatment of black hair for women. She is dedicated to offering quality, specialized care for patients who need more personalized care due to the nature of their ethnic skin and hair. When the hair begins to thin, or if women are experiencing significant breakage, a trip to the dermatology office is highly recommended to find out the reason for the problem and a potential solution.
What treatment options are available for black women dealing with hair loss?
There are various treatment options that might be recommended for patients of color experiencing hair concerns, but these will vary depending on the cause. First, Dr. Chere Lucas Anthony will evaluate a patient to determine the root cause of the hair concerns, and then suggest various treatment options. Treatment might include topical creams, light therapies, or even protective hairstyles to help the hair grow healthy and to stop breakage. During this time, patients can ask their doctor about any other ways in which they can reduce their risk for hair loss, especially if the problem is not a genetic or aging concern.
Discuss your need for treatment with our dedicated professionals at the Rendon Center
Dr. Chere Lucas Anthony is a woman of color and one of the providers at the Rendon Center who can offer personal insight into the care and treatment of hair thinning and loss for patients of color. If you are finding that you have extensive thinning and loss that is impacting your appearance and self-confidence, it’s time to book a consultation appointment with our team of professionals. Patients of color are welcome to contact the office by calling (561) 750-0544 and booking an appointment at the Boca Raton, Florida area office at 1001 NW 13th Street, Suite #100.