Dr. Nicole Rogers, MD, FAAD
Dr. Nicole Rogers is a fellowship-trained hair transplant surgeon and board-certified dermatologist. She and her team of highly trained technicians have successfully treated hundreds of patients with hair loss using the most cutting-edge techniques.
She graduated with honors from Harvard University and moved to New Orleans to attend Tulane Medical School. As a dermatology resident at Tulane she was chief resident and helped rebuild the training program after hurricane Katrina. She spent a year-long fellowship studying hair transplantation in Manhattan before returning to New Orleans to practice.
Dr. Rogers has written and spoken extensively about surgical and medical treatments for hair loss, including contemporary techniques in hair transplantation, minoxidil, finasteride, and the use of low-level light therapy for hair growth. She has co-edited two textbooks on hair transplantation, and has written numerous chapters for other textbooks on hair loss and hair transplantation. Since starting practice, she has been featured in television, radio, newspaper, internet, and magazine reports discussing surgical, medical, and cosmetic approaches to thinning hair.