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Case Study: Patient Concerned About Hair Loss Making Him Look Prematurely Old

November 3rd, 2015 by Ashley and Martin in Hair Loss Blog Comments Off on Case Study: Patient Concerned About Hair Loss Making Him Look Prematurely Old

30 years old and single, Mark* was concerned about looking prematurely old whilst still in the dating scene.  He had been losing his hair for four years and only recently started to consider seeking treatment to stop the hair loss in its tracks before he was unable to do anything about it.  Once he had made the decision to do something about his problem, Mark went online and submitted an enquiry through the Ashley and Martin website asking for a representative to call him back.

He received a call back shortly after and booked in for a free consultation at his closest clinic.  At his initial consultation it was clear to his consultant that Mark was suffering from Male Pattern Hair Loss.  The consultant could see Mark’s hair was thinning at both the temples and crown, putting Mark at a level III vertex on the Norwood Hair Loss Scale. Although the condition was genetic, as far as Mark was aware, only his father had suffered from hair loss in his family.

His consultant suggested Mark enrol on the RealGROWTH® program, believing Mark would receive good results with treatment including Ashley & Martin’s RealGROWTH® solution, medication, supplements and regular laser treatments.  Mark enrolled on the day and was booked in to the next available doctor’s appointment that suited him.

Having attended the clinic on a regular basis for laser treatments and taken his prescribed medication for twelve weeks Mark came back to the clinic for a check-up with his consultant and his first set of progress photos.  Looking at these comparison photos side by side at his 4 month check-up, Mark could see his hair was much less sparse all over.  Mark had completely regrown his own hair on the back of his head and he had regrown enough hair on his crown and temples that his scalp could no longer be seen through the hair from a distance.

 

 

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 *name changed for privacy reasons