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Introduction: Primary Cicatricial Alopecia (PCA), characterized by permanent loss of hair is a chronic inflammatory disease. In PCA cases there is destructive damage of the hair follicles and there may or may not be epidermal atrophy. The current medical treatment techniques aim at reducing or completely eliminating the symptoms then slow the progression of the disease and eventually stoping it. Unfortunately, a treatment method that would ensure follicle neogenesis is not available yet. That is why apart from surgical treatment, there is no other alternative method of treatment that would ensure recovery of the lost hair. Studies that have been done in this area are quite limited, that is why we would like to share our few cases and their results.