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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"Boston fans love my red hair, and when it started to thin, I felt like I had to give the people what they want!"

Brian Scalabrine
Former Boston Celtics Player
											

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 address hair loss caused by many different issues, including smoking. To ensure you achieve the best possible results, you should cease this habit as soon as possible.

Four ways smoking can lead to hair loss:

In most cases, smoking will not be the primary cause of hair loss. But even so, you should stop smoking to help improve your chances of preventing further hair loss and to preserve your health now and in the long-term.

For more information about the causes of hair loss, please talk to our skilled medical team about scheduling a complimentary consultation.