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Hair disorders are a category of conditions that includes the following:

  • Alopecia: causes hair loss all over your head or in circular areas. You may also experience loss of lashes, eyebrows, or pubic hair. 
  • Male pattern baldness: some degree of hair loss affects about half of all men over 50 years of age. It’s the most common hair disorder.
  • Hirsutism: a disorder in which adult women have excessive male pattern hair growth, irregular menstruation, lack of ovulation, acne, deepening voice, balding, and genital abnormalities.
  • Hair shaft disorders: these are generally hereditary abnormalities of the hair shaft that cause split ends and hair that is dry, brittle, and coarse.

Why Choose UHealth?

World-class leaders in skin care treatment. University of Miami Health System is recognized throughout South Florida and the world as a leader in caring for conditions and disorders of the skin. Backed by one of the nation’s top universities, our team uses the latest technologies and research-driven expertise to provide superior, personalized treatments for hair loss.

Compassionate care in an academic medical center. You benefit from the state-of-the-art technology and latest medical advancements developed by our researchers at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. You will receive the most accurate diagnosis and a detailed plan to keep your hair healthy.  

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  • Steroid Medications

    Your dermatologist may prescribe a topical or injectable steroid medication to treat your hair disorder.

  • Oral Contraceptives

    If you have hirsutism, your dermatologist may prescribe an oral contraceptive (birth control) to try to regulate your menstruation and trigger ovulation.

  • Other Medications

    Your dermatologist may prescribe other medications for hair regrowth and possibly to prevent further hair loss, as well as to treat underlying diseases that can cause the bothersome symptoms.

  • Cosmetic Surgery

    You may consider surgical placement of follicle supporting plugs or folds that can help regrow hair.


  • Physical Exam

    Through a thorough exam of your hair and scalp, your dermatologist can make a diagnosis of your hair disorder.

  • Blood Test

    Your dermatologist may order a blood test to check for hormone levels and other factors that can indicate or cause your hair disorder.

Accepted Insurances

Note: Health plans that are currently contracted with UHealth are listed below. However, please check with your insurance provider to verify that UHealth is part of your provider network.