Cranston Office has Moved to Warwick!
Our Cranston Office has relocated to Warwick! We are now seeing patients at the Warwick location. Read our blog to learn more.
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Wes Welker
Former New England Patriots Player
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2019

Introducing PRP and ACell® Injection Therapy for Hair Regeneration

Have you heard about PRP and ACell injection therapy for hair restoration? This innovative combination technique from our leading hair transplant surgeons uses your body’s own healing properties to stabilize progressively thinning hair as well as to promote growth of thicker, stronger hairs. If you […]

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Introducing PRP – Platelet Rich Plasma with ACell® Injection Therapy

Leonard Hair Transplant Associates proudly announces the addition of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) therapy as its latest treatment option. This innovative combination technique uses your body’s own healing properties to stabilize progressively thinning hair as well as to promote growth of thicker, stronger hairs. From […]

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Hair Transplants Take Time To Grow…But It’s Worth The Wait

Good things are worth waiting for is a longstanding adage that is very valid. Waiting for a fine wine to mature; waiting for a special person to return home; waiting for your newly transplanted hair to fully grow in are all, indeed, worth the wait. […]

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How Long Does the Donor Site Take to Heal After a Hair Transplant?

There are two surgical methods of donor-area harvesting for hair transplants: The Traditional (Strip) Technique and the Follicular Unit Excision (FUE) Technique. With the strip method, stitches are in place, which are removed between ten and fourteen days after the procedure. In most patients it […]

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Fulfill Your Longstanding Personal Goals in 2019

As a new year begins, it gives us the opportunity to look back on our achievements from the previous year. It’s a time to evaluate which goals were met and which are yet to be reached. It’s common do this for family issues and for […]

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