Dr. Candace Spann board-certified dermatologist with her private practice in Las Vegas NV joined the show.
She discusses differences between hair loss in men and women, treatment options for hair loss in men and women, potential cure for hair loss and more.
Dr. Candace Thornton Spann is a board-certified dermatologist and fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology. She completed her undergraduate training in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science degree from UCLA. In 2000, she graduated from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee. Following the completion of her doctorate, she began her formal training at St. Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City, a Columbia University Hospital. After completing both her internship and residency she was in private practice for two years in New York City. During that time she was also an Attending Physician in Dermatology at St. Luke’s- Roosevelt and Beth Israel Medical Centers. She is now in private practice in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dr. Spann is the proud mother of two small children. She has a wonderful husband of 12 years and spends her free time enjoying her family, exercising, traveling and singing.
Dr. Candace Thornton Spann discusses & answers:
– Is there any “cure” for hair loss that will not require ongoing treatment?
– Can anything be done to prevent hair loss?
– Conclusion Tip: Hair loss in men and women is not equivalent. A thorough history, physical, and evaluation is important to properly diagnose and treat hair loss. it is important to consult your dermatologist or other health care professional as early as possible in order to have the best results in treatment of hair loss.
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