Leonard Aronovitz, D.O.

26400 W. 12 Mile Road
Suite 150
Southfield, MI 48034

Phone: 800-531-7117
Phone: 248-353-1117
Fax: 248-353-0726

Website: http://www.tessler.com
Email: info@tessler.com

Dr. Aronovitz, a practicing physician and surgeon for over 30 years, has devoted 100% of his time since 1994 to hair transplant surgery. He has performed thousands of procedures utilizing the small graft technique.

Dr. Aronovitz has dedicated the past seventeen years exclusively to mastering hair restoration surgery. He is an Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon whose association with Dr. Tessler began in 1994.

As an associate and team member, Dr. Aronovitz now performs hundreds of follicular unit hair transplant procedures each year. He believes in spending considerable time with potential patients in the role of educator, not salesperson. He feels strongly that if he cannot fulfill an individual’s expectations he will not recommend surgery.

Dr. Aronovitz was in private medical practice from 1969 -1994, specializing in general medicine/general surgery. Also through 1974 – 1994, he was a Professor of Family Medicine at Michigan State University. He now limits his practice to Hair Transplant Surgery.
He regularly attends medical forums where other experts in the field also gather to exchange the latest data on the continuing advancement of hair replacement technology. Dr. Aronovitz’s memberships include the American Academy of Hair Restoration Surgeons, American Osteopathic Association, Oakland County Osteopathic Association, Michigan Association Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons, and Phi Sigma Alpha – American Scholastic: Honor Society.

Dr. Aronovitz is recommended by The American Hair Loss Association and The International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons. Ask Dr. Aronovitz a question on The IAHRS Hair Transplant Info Center.

 
 

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