Bosley Medical has a stringent procedure to employ physicians and only the best of the best are selected. We make sure only the experienced and qualified candidates make it to our surgical hair restoration team. The physicians are trained by our Medical Director to ensure they develop the exacting skills and artistic capabilities required to become a Bosley Medical Physician. All physicians undergo a rigorous training procedure, where they learn the Bosley procedure. Bosley Medical Orlando boasts of a very popular and highly experienced physicians - Dr. Matt Leavitt and Dr. Eugene Rodillo. We have received highly encouraging reviews from Bosley Orlando patients, which speak volumes about the kind of results delivered here. Learn more about the physicians at Orlando office here -
Dr. Matt Leavitt - Bosley Physician
The winner of the 2002 International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) Golden Follicle Award, Dr. Matt Leavitt has had a storied rise to international prominence in hair restoration as founder and medical director of Medical Hair Restoration (MHR), now merged with Bosley. He is a board–certified dermatologist and Diplomate of the ABHRS.
An acknowledged authority on hair transplantation, Dr. Leavitt has developed and taught new techniques for hair replacement that accentuate a natural appearance. Surgeons from both the US and overseas have traveled to Orlando to study with Dr. Leavitt. Find out more about Dr. Matt Leavitt.
Dr. Eugene Rodillo - Bosley Physician
Dr. Rodillo brings to Bosley Orlando an impressive background with more than 25 years of experience as a physician and surgeon, with a special focus in the field of hair restoration. Prior to Bosley, Dr. Rodillo was perfecting his skills as a hair restoration surgeon at Medical Hair Restoration (MHR). Find out more about Dr. Eugene Rodillo.
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