1. Home
  2. News
  3. (Page 3)

Female – Medical Hair Loss Therapy

This is a 46 year old woman with female pattern hair loss. Dr. Rogers started her on spironolactone increasing to a dose of 150mg daily as well as topical minoxidil 5% foam once daily in the morning and oral Viviscal…
Read More

77 Year Old Male Hair Transplant Case Study

This is a 77 year old male with Norwood Class 5 Hair loss. He underwent a FUT hair transplant procedure on 6-27-17 and received a total of 1700 1-4 hair follicular units. He also has been using oral finasteride 1mg…
Read More

Medical Therapy For Hair Loss – 59 Year Old Female

This 59 year old female had been experiencing hair loss for over 10 years. Approximately 6 years ago Dr. Rodgers initiated medical therapy . She has been using a combination of topical minoxidil, oral spironolactone, and oral finasteride 5mg  daily. …
Read More

Hair Restoration to Conceal Browlift Scar

This 72 year old female who was bothered by hair thinning in the front as well as a visible scar from a previous browlift surgery. Dr. Rogers performed FUT (strip harvest) hair transplantation. 1,775 1-4 hair follicular units where transplanted throughout…
Read More

The Power of Medical Therapy For Hair Loss

This was an excellent case of a 70 year old female with Ludwig Stage II female pattern hair loss. She was not interested in hair transplantation, so she after consultation with Dr. Rogers she started on topical minoxidil, oral finasteride…
Read More

Refining the E in FUE

In a recent publication by Dr. Ricardo Mejia in the Hair Transplant Forum, members of the ISHRS hair transplant society have elected to change the definition of Follicular Unit Extraction to Follicular Unit Excision. This new terminology better describes the…
Read More

When Hair Maintenance is not Enough

This is 62 year old gentleman began finasteride (Propecia) when it was first FDA-approved for hair loss in 1997. After 20 years the hair loss maintenance was not as effective and he developed diffuse Class V hair loss. He wanted…
Read More

Lymphocytic Scarring Alopecia – Case Study

This female African American patient had lymphocytic scarring alopecia (CCCA) diagnosed by biopsy. We treated her with a combination of oral doxycycline, topical clobetasol, topical minoxidil, and intralesional steroids (triamcinolone). Her hair regrowth was steady and the patient is very…
Read More