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Can dyeing your hair too much over time cause hair loss?

Dr. Lopresti and I are often asked by our patients if dyeing (or tinting) their hair causes hair loss. Many men and women in the United States tint their hair for fashion, for a more youthful look, and to decrease the noticeability of thinning hair. […]

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Dr. Leonard introduces The CapillusRx on NBC 10 in Providence

It’s awful for women to lose their hair.  Finding hair in the shower drain and on brushes was devastating for our patient Erin.  She recently sat down with television reporter Barbara Morse Silva from NBC 10 in Providence to share how using The CapillusRx312 has […]

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Is general anesthesia needed during a hair transplant surgery?

Patients sometimes ask us at Leonard Hair Transplant Associates if they can be “put under” for their hair transplant.  The answer is a resounding, “No”.  General anesthesia can be a significant risk to any patient undergoing a surgical procedure.  It definitely would be overkill for […]

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Can McDonald’s French Fries Grow Your Follicles?

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to eat McDonald’s french fries and grow your hair back? You could hit the drive thru and super size your follicles and your combo meal!  Japanese researchers recently used a chemical found in the fries to grow hair follicles on mice.  […]

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Is There a Link Between Male Pattern Baldness and Prostate Cancer?

Some of you might have heard that there could be an association, or link, between male pattern baldness and the risk of prostate cancer. This question has a complicated answer, and our extensively trained hair restoration surgeon, Dr. Matthew Lopresti, has additional information to help […]

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Does hair keep your head warm?

We at Leonard Hair Transplant Associates commonly hear from patients that the first sign of hair loss is a new cool or cold feeling they get on their heads in the winter. Actually, people even notice it during the summer when they go into air […]

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