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Bosley of Seattle, WA – Dr. Aachen-Winans

Bosley of Seattle, WA – Dr. Aachen-Winans

Under the direction of Dr. James Aachen-Winans, Bosley of Seattle, WA is centrally located for our patients’ convenience and it overlooks Elliott Bay and Puget Sound.

Dr. Aachen-Winans joined Bosley in 2005 after practicing:

Dr. James Winans (Seattle) (1)

  • In Orange County, CA from 1984-1994
  • In Paris, TN from 1994-1999
  • As Medical Director of the Institute of Cosmetic Surgery in Las Vegas from 2000-2002
  • As Director of the Specialty Plastic ...
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Understanding Hair Loss In Men

Understanding Hair Loss In Men

Hair loss affects as many as 50 million men in the United States. Hair loss in men is mostly hereditary and progressive, the most common condition being Androgenetic Alopecia, or male pattern baldness. An estimated 35 million men in the U.S. are affected by male-pattern baldness with 20% affected as early as their twenties. Due to its significance, this article will explore this hair loss condition.

Norwood ScaleThe combination of genetics and the ...

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Bosley of Columbus, OH – Gabriel Krenitsky, MD

Bosley of Columbus, OH – Gabriel Krenitsky, MD

“My experience was above and beyond what I expected. I am very optimistic of the results to come.”  “I was overwhelmed with the amount of people it took to do the procedure and how quick and accurate they all were.”

Bosley Patient B.W. – Columbus, Ohio

Visiting Bosley of Columbus, Ohio for your hair transplant procedure?  There are many nearby attractions including the Muirfield Village Golf Club, the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium with Zoombezi Bay water park next door, the Tuttle ...

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Are you in the earliest stages of hair loss?

Are you in the earliest stages of hair loss?

For people with progressive and more advanced hair loss, the only permanent and most effective solution is hair transplantation.  But for those in the early stages of hair loss, there are other options that do not involve a surgical procedure.  These options can help minimize the impact of future hair loss, slow down current hair loss and in some cases, restore some lost hair to an extent. The effectiveness of these solutions depends on the severity of ...

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Bosley San Francisco – Terrence E. Aragoni, M.D.

Bosley San Francisco – Terrence E. Aragoni, M.D.

There are nearly 70 Bosley Surgical and Consultation offices located throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico.  The Bosley Office Locator will help you easily find the office nearest you.  All Bosley offices provide free, private, no-obligation consultations where your general questions on hair loss and hair restoration options will be answered.  Call  1-800-858-7680 or fill out this form to schedule an appointment.

Only a Bosley Physician can ...

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Laser Technology to Combat Hair Loss

Laser Technology to Combat Hair Loss

Bosley now offers two clinical strength, over-the-counter, FDA cleared laser medical devices for the treatment of hair loss.  These innovative devices are non-invasive and intended for use in the convenience of your own home.

The most recent addition to the Bosley Store using Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is the Bosley Theradome™ Laser Helmet.

Bosley Theradome Laser HelmetLow Level Light Therapy technology effectively:

  • Strengthens hair by doubling the follicle ...
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The Permanent Solution to Thinning Eyebrows

The Permanent Solution to Thinning Eyebrows

For 40 years, Bosley has pioneered many of the major advancements in the field of hair transplantation.  These advancements led to follicular unit hair transplantation and micro-technologies, the same used in permanent eyebrow restoration today.

Eyebrows are a very expressive facial feature providing a frame for the eyes and facial symmetry. They enhance facial animation and improve appearance. So having to deal with thin or patchy eyebrows can be traumatizing to some people. Eyebrow pencil does the trick and is inexpensive, ...

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