This is a 46 year old female with genetic pattern hair loss and deep bitemporal recessions. She underwent HT (FUT) with us receiving over 1600 grafts to her bitemporal recessions and frontal 1/2 of her scalp. After photos taken 15 months after surgery. She has also been taking finasteride 5mg daily and using topical 5%…

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This 32 year old male was experiencing diffuse frontal hair loss. After consultation Dr. Rogers transplanted 1,194 – 1-4 hair follicular unit grafts using FUT strip harvesting. His after photos are 1 year post-op. The patient is extremely happy with his result and elected not to take any hair maintenance medication.

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1 year follow up on 30 year old male with Norwood Class 3 hair loss in the front third of his scalp. Dr. Rogers performed FUT strip harvest to transplant a total of 1,247 1-4 follicular units in the frontal scalp. He was also started on finasteride 1mg daily and began applying Rogaine foam daily.

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This patient 39 year old male came to Dr. Rogers with a Norwood Class 4 hair loss classification. He had a high receded hairline and hair bridge midscalp with significant hair loss in the crown, Dr. Rogers transplanted 1223 1-4 hair follicular units, harvesting the hair with FUE technique. She also put the patient on…

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Camouflage fibers can magically transform the appearance of thinning hair in the temples! For men and women experiencing thinning hair . Contact us to see how the all natural, chemical free HRS fibers can instantly add volume for your hair.

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This is a 47 year old male who underwent a hair transplant with Dr. Rogers at the same time he started on oral minoxidil to help maintain his existing hair and hopefully fill in the crown area. He started out taking 2.5mg daily and then increased to 5mg daily while also continuing with oral finasteride…

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This 52 year old female underwent treatment for severe hair breakage and traction alopecia on the sides of her scalp. She then underwent treatment with topical betamethasone, intralesional kenalog injectons, and oral doxycycline and spironolactone.

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