Press Release Summary: Department of Research Writing at QHT reveals that there is a close relationship between teeth infections and alopecia areata. The researcher told "Alopecia areata is a dermatitis which presents the following signs:
Press Release Body: QHT publishes a research published on Medical News Today about teeth infection and hair loss Treatment Atlanta, Georgia, 12/1/2007 - Department of Research Writing at QHT reveals that there is a close relationship between teeth infections and alopecia areata. The researcher told "Alopecia areata is a dermatitis which presents the following signs: The typical pattern is for one or more round bald patches to appear on the scalp, in the beard, or in the eyebrows, or to undergo a loss of eyelashes. Alopecia areata is thought to be an auto-immune disease".
Lained Gil Montoya and Cutando Soriano said "We have found that bald patches caused by tooth infection are not always in the same place. They normally appear on a line projected from the dental infection and can thus can be located on the face at the level of the maxillary teeth, above a line through the lip-angle to the scalp, beard, or even to the eyebrow. Nevertheless, they can also be located far from infection outbreak".
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