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Case Study: Client Almost in Shock With How Much Hair Regrows

May 27th, 2019 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Hair Loss Blog Comments Off on Case Study: Client Almost in Shock With How Much Hair Regrows

After three years of deteriorating hair and mates giving him grief about his hair loss, Jeff* decided to bite the bullet and attend a free consultation with Ashley and Martin. Having seen the writing on the wall some time ago, he had been shaving his hair close to the scalp. He had already watched his father suffer the same genetic hair loss and having thought about fixing his own for six months, he was finally ready.

The 24-year-old used the contact form on the Ashley and Martin website to request a call back and was pleasantly surprised at how quickly he received a call. With office hours that suited his work schedule, Jeff booked an appointment time that suited him.

Explaining the whole treatment program, the consultant informed Jeff how each component of the multi-faceted RealGROWTH® program would act to intervene in the process causing his hair follicles to miniaturise and enter an extended dormancy. Happy with the evidence based medical treatment behind the course of treatment being offered, Jeff enrolled in a RealGROWTH® program to address his Norwood level III vertex loss. He was immediately booked in to see the clinic hair loss doctor to prescribe his medication and provided with the non-prescription components of his program straight away.

Six months after commencing treatment, Jeff was sitting across from his consultant almost in a state of shock. He could not believe the difference six months of medical hair loss treatment had made. His progress photos showed a vast increase in the density of his hair over four months of treatment.
With the increase in hair density, Jeff had already started letting his hair grow a little longer now that patches of scalp no longer shone through. Thrilled with his treatment so far, Jeff only wished he had started treatment sooner.



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