I’d like you to meet law enforcement officer, Matt Zarrella. Fit and trim, with the sturdy frame you’d expect in an officer, Matt took on hair loss like he does everything else in life.
“I’m not a quitter,” Matt says.
Matt was in his late 30’s when he noticed he was losing his hair. He told me that most of his colleagues cope with their thinning hair by shaving their heads, but that he could not see himself giving up on his hair. “I just wasn’t ready to be bald.”
After seeing my name in the news, Matt visited me at my Cranston office for a free, no-obligation personal consultation. Based on my evaluation, I recommended that he consider hair restoration surgery. Matt thought about my advice for almost three years while his hair continued to fall out until one day he looked in the mirror and asked, “Why give up?”
When considering what was right for him, Matt came to the realization that a transplant would give him the best results. “It’s permanent,” he says. “It’s an investment, in my opinion. That’s what finally convinced me.”
Last June I transplanted Matt’s own growing hair to the thin areas of his head. Now, after regular follow-up with Luce LDS 100® laser light therapy, Matt is carrying a comb again for the first time in years.
“Does it make me feel good when people say I look 15 years younger? Sure it does,” Matt says. “But that’s not why I did it. I did it because I didn’t want to quit.”
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