Researchers Find Direct Link Between Tooth Infections and A Specific Form of Hair Loss

by Staff Writer

Even though it’s clear that Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disorder, it is still considered somewhat of a mystery as to why it afflicts approximately 2% of the US population. For many men suffering with AA, the disease presents itself in the beard region.

Now researchers believe that infections of the teeth may be the culprit for localized Alopecia Areata of the beard.

Read: Developing A Bald Patch? It Could Be A Hidden Tooth Infection

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