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Case Study: Client Impressed with Amount of Regrowth After Coming to Ashley and Martin

June 27th, 2016 by Ashley and Martin Case Studies in Hair Loss Blog Comments Off on Case Study: Client Impressed with Amount of Regrowth After Coming to Ashley and Martin

Christopher* had always known it was likely he would lose his hair.  His father was bald and had good-naturedly warned him it would happen to him too one day.  At 27 Christopher wasn’t ready yet to embrace his hair loss as his father had.  After only two weeks of consideration, Christopher picked up his phone and called Ashley and Martin to make an appointment.

The consultant had a conversation with him about his hair loss.  Christopher said he felt too young to be losing his hair.  It had been falling out slowly for about two years and now that it was noticeable to other people he wanted to do something about it.  Christopher felt his hair was becoming more fine and brittle as well as thinning considerably on the crown.  The consultant did a scalp examination and after discussing medical history and lifestyle factors such as smoking and stress that might impact Christopher’s hair loss, diagnosed him with Norwood stage III Male Pattern Hair Loss.

His thinning crown was Christopher’s main concern and the consultant explained to him the treatment options that would have a positive impact on his hair growth cycle.  Christopher opted to purchase an in home Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) device and a RealGROWTH® medications program.

His active lifestyle and nightlife left Christopher with less time than he had expected to use his Laser Cap.  He became lax with his LLLT treatments however he was consistent with his medications program.  Four months after starting his treatment, Christopher came in to see his consultant again.  Looking at his comparison photos side by side Christopher was very impressed with the amount of hair he had been able to regrow in only sixteen weeks.






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