As a hair restoration surgeon, I feel that it is imperative to offer all medically sound and scientifically proven treatments for hair loss for those men and women concerned about losing their hair. The latest option in laser therapy is the home use device called Capillus. With laser therapy, the more numbers of laser diodes in a device, the better the efficacy. The Capillus contains 272 lasers, which is the most in any such device for home usage. Read More.
An entire Chronicle show dedicated to hair! Watch WCVB Channel 5 this Wednesday May 1st at 7:30pm and look for my segment on how men are fighting the battle of receding hairlines.
Your April e-newsletter from Dr. Leonard is now available. Click here to read about Maurice Rubino, an insurance agent from Arlington, Massachusetts, who felt that he needed to do something to help bolster his self-confidence and improve his image. For Maurice, a hair transplant with Dr. Leonard was the answer.
My team and I offer our sincere condolences and love to the victims and their families of this horrific attack to our city and country. May all Americans and citizens of the world pray for these people and for our nation. May God bless the United States of America.
Doctor Robert Leonard
Boston Herald reporter Gayle Fee of Inside Track talks about male celebrities admitting they have had hair transplants. Click here to read the story as I share with The Boston Herald my thoughts on the recent hair transplants of Wes Welker and A.J. McLean.
One of the most common myths about losing one’s hair is that wearing a baseball hat causes hair loss. Sorry Moms of the world…it doesn’t! However, that baseball cap can be a very important sign to a hair restoration surgeon during a man’s consultation. Click here to read to learn how to avoid using the baseball hat to hide your hair loss.
On of the most difficult aspects of transformation in Male To Female (MTF) transgender patients is dealing with remaining male pattern baldness. These brave individuals often go though years of counseling, medical therapies, and multiple surgical procedures to achieve their life goals, but still have hair loss issues that need to be addressed.
There's a new way to stop hair loss and promote new hair growth by simply wearing a baseball cap. AS SEEN ON NBC10 PROVIDENCE: I recently sat down with NBC10 Healthcheck reporter Barbara Morse-Silva to discuss the Laser Cap. This portable Low Level Laser Device for thinning hair can be used by the patient in the comfort of their own home.
Health Check: Eyebrow transplants grow in popularity
2012 has been an extremely exciting year! Click here to read the 2012 Year in Review for Leonard Hair Transplant Associates. Make sure to look for the special offer!