Hair Regrowth Treatment By Medical Doctor New Santa Monica Facility Announced

Dr. Robert Nettles announces new location in Santa Monica, California, of the Stop and Regrow hair regrowth treatment center. The treatment is an effective solution for the regrowth of hair on the head and provides guaranteed results.

Santa Monica, United States - March 25, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Dr. Robert Nettles today announced the new location of his Stop and Regrow precision hair regrowth program, a scientific process which regrows thinning and receding hair. Stop and Regrow is relocating to a purpose-built street front location in Santa Monica, California.

For more information visit their website at https://www.stopandregrow.com

Dr. Robert Nettles announces the expansion and relocation of the facility to 2026 Broadway, Santa Monica, California. The larger street-front location is custom-built to support a growing client base. Stop and Regrow began when Dr. Nettles was successful in regrowing his own hair and that of his transplant patients. Today, he has patients on six continents and across the United States.

Stop and Regrow is the result of 25 years of research and clinical trial. It is a proprietary method of causing thinning or receding hair on the head to grow for both men and women. Dr. Nettles began offering hair regrowth services to his hair transplant patients in 2008. it became so successful he performed his last transplant in 2013 and has been regrowing hair ever since.

Hair loss is more than a physical problem. It can cause significant psychological distress and loss of confidence. What’s worse is that most available hair regrowth programs and treatments do not prove effective in the long run. Until Stop and Regrow that is.

Dr. Nettles began his medical career as a hair transplant surgeon. However, he realized that hair transplants do not prevent hair loss that arises due to Androgenetic Alopecia. Dr. Nettles is a polymath who has studied surgery, dermatology, endocrinology, ophthalmology. He also has a Masters in Human Behavior.

The treatment is now so effective that Dr. Nettles can offer a money-back smile guarantee to his patients. After 12 months of using his program as directed, if a patient does not have more hair than when the treatment began, the doctor will refund the cost of the treatment https://www.stopandregrow.com/guarantee.

To date, he has not had to give anyone a refund for not growing hair.

Dr. Nettles’ medical team consists of scientists, pharmacists, nutritionists, and stress management experts. The treatment includes a personalized enzyme repair formula in a capsule and a topical hair regrowth stimulant foam. These are used in conjunction with nutritional and lifestyle changes.

For more information visit their website given above or https://www.stopandregrow.com/about-us. or call them on +1-310-601-4778.

Contact Info:
Name: Tracey Lipnicki
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Organization: Stop and Regrow
Address: 2026 Broadway, Santa Monica, CA 90404, United States
Phone: +1-310-601-4778
Website: https://www.stopandregrow.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88950707

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