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Summer Hair Care Tips

Summer is finally here! Many of us New Englanders bask in the sun at the beach, swim in chlorinated pools, and drive with the top down in our convertibles. Additionally, if you already have thinning hair, you may want to take precautions to protect both […]

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How to Correct a Widow’s Peak

Hair loss is a common concern, and the pattern the hair loss takes can be similar for many patients. Many men experience hair follicle miniaturization along the sides of the hairline near the temples with slower thinning at the center top of the forehead. This type […]

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The Relationship Between Healthy Hair and Personal Diet

Hair loss occurs in everyone and it’s usually perfectly normal. Most people lose between 50 and 100 strands of hair each day as a natural part of the growth process. If you’re experiencing more significant hair loss, a number of factors could be involved, from […]

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Dealing with Premature Hair Loss

A growing concern for many, premature hair loss affects millions of men and women across the nation. Although there is no firm definition for what counts as “premature,” hair thinning and loss can begin to develop as early as in your 20s. Many factors can […]

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Does Smoking Cause Hair Loss?

Smoking is associated with many serious health conditions, and if you smoke, you should try and quit. In addition to lung cancer, asthma, and chronic bronchitis, smoking can lead to hair loss. Dr. Robert Leonard and Dr. Matthew Lopresti, our experienced hair restoration surgeons, can help […]

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Common Myths About Hair Loss

Hair loss can occur as a result of many causes, but some notions people have don’t hold up under scrutiny. Our experienced hair restoration surgeons, Dr. Robert Leonard and Dr. Matthew Lopresti, reveal the truth behind some of the misunderstandings associated with this common concern: […]

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