Suffering a Flaky Head can be unsightly and can affect your self esteem and confidence. Also preventing you perhaps from wearing the clothes you want to put on. Most importantly when dealing with a flaky head, you need to know the condition. Furthermore is this something you can deal with yourself? Maybe you will need professional help? Either way we are here to assist you. As Registered Trichologists we are specialists in dealing with scalp conditions that cause a flaky head.
Free Tel. Consultation for a Flaky Head
Maybe you would like to speak to someone about your flaky head? Maybe you want a second opinion? Perhaps you are seeking a clinic to visit? We offer a telephone service to all patients. Most importantly to establish if we can assist you or whether we would advise you to seek alternative professional care (your GP, Pharmacy, Dermatologist etc). When it comes to a flaky head we are as trichologists the professionals to see. So, why don’t you give us a ring and we can discuss your condition and advise on the best course of action to you.
Consultation at the Clinic
It maybe the best option to come in and see us. Furthermore this is always the best way to get to the bottom of any flaky head condition. So, if you would rather just book in to see a trichologist where we can give a full examination and diagnosis then give us a bell. Or fill in the contact sheet. Thank you for reading this page and we hope that you will choose us to seek help.
Flaky Head Conditions
First of all, flaky scalp conditions after all ages and skin types. Furthermore, the severity varies greatly in some cases. So here are some of the conditions that may be affecting you. Most noteworthy this is not to aid self diagnosis. Seborrhoeic Dermatitis, Pityriasis, Scarring Alopecia’s, Allergic Reactions, Scalp Eczema, Scalp Psoriasis, Lichen Planus Planopilliaris, Skin Cancer, Lupus along with many me including basis Dandruff.
So, you can see that there are many possibilities. Furthermore, some symptoms of a flaky scalp can be that of skin cancer. Although unlikely, I have see this several times in my years of Practice.