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What to Do If Your Hair Falls Out

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What to Do If Your Hair Falls Out

Many men and women who experience hair loss feel as though they are alone, when in reality, hair loss is a common condition. Hair loss can occur for a variety of reasons in men and women of all ages. If your hair has begun to fall out, there is no need to feel hopeless. The following hair restoration treatments can restore a fuller head of hair and improve your self-confidence and self-image.

Causes of Hair Loss

Androgenic alopecia (AGA) is the most common cause of hair loss. As this genetic condition can affect both genders, it may be called male pattern hair loss (or male pattern baldness) and female pattern hair loss. Male hair loss is far more common than female hair loss, especially as men age. In addition to AGA, hormones and age can contribute to male hair loss. Men in their 50s have a 50 percent chance of having noticeable hair loss.


Female hair loss can be caused by androgenic alopecia as well as other conditions such as alopecia areata, trichotillomania, loose-anagen syndrome, scalp infections, and scarring alopecia. Temporary hair loss is more common in women than men and is usually related to hormonal changes, hypothyroidism, stress, or certain medications.

Getting Treatment for Hair Loss

Agullo Hair patient before and after photos

If you have hair loss, hair restoration treatment methods can help. An accurate diagnosis is essential, especially for women because they are more likely to have alternate causes of hair loss than AGA. Treatment for hair loss includes the following options:

  • Medication: Hair loss medicines such as Rogaine® (minoxidil) and Propecia® (finasteride) can be used to treat hair loss.
  • PRP: Platelet-rich plasma injections can stimulate hair growth, prevent hair loss, and improve the quality of the hair. The procedure consists of taking a small amount of blood from the patient and processing it to concentrate the platelets. The platelets in the body contain many growth factors, and these are injected into the scalp. The new protocols consist of an injection once a month for four months. The patient can resume normal activity the following day. Research has shown an 80 percent response rate.
  • Laser Therapy: Photo-biotherapy can stimulate the hair follicles so that they produce thicker hair, which improves hair volume. This treatment is most beneficial for women who have diffuse hair loss. Low-level laser therapy (HairMax®) can also be used as a non-surgical treatment for male hair loss.
  • Camouflage: Creative hair styling and the strategic use of sprays and powders can help conceal hair loss for those with enough hair to support these methods.  
  • Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) Hair Restoration Surgery: A strip of tissue is removed from the sides or back of the head and split into units of one to four hairs. These are then transplanted to the recipient site through tiny incisions. This technique is best for larger transplants and is the most commonly used hair transplantation procedure.
  • Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Hair Restoration Surgery: Tiny, round incisions are made around hair follicles on the sides or back of the head and removed one at a time. They are then transplanted into the recipient site. This technique is best for smaller areas and is a longer and costlier procedure than FUT.

With the right treatment, hair loss can be corrected and a fuller head of hair can be restored. If your hair is falling out, schedule your consultation with Dr. Frank Agullo for hair restoration treatment. Call (915) 590-7900 or contact Dr. Agullo online to book your appointment today.

Causes and Treatments of Hair Loss in Women

Hair loss can be psychologically and emotionally devastating for affected females. A significant 30 percent of all women and 50 percent of women over age 40 have some degree of hair loss. There are many causes of hair loss in women, but the condition can be diagnosed, managed, and treated by Dr. Frank Agullo here at Southwest Plastic Surgery.

Common Causes of Hair Loss in Women

Female hair loss

Hair loss in women occurs not as a receding hairline but as a diffused thinning across the top of the scalp. This makes female hair loss more difficult to recognize. Androgenic alopecia (AGA) is one of the most common causes of hair loss and can occur even in adolescence. AGA in women is typically genetic. Other causes of hair loss may include autoimmune disorders like alopecia areata, scarring as a result of injury, scalp infections, trichotillomania (compulsive hair plucking), and loose-anagen syndrome, where loose hair comes off while combing. In addition to these conditions, many other things may cause temporary hair loss in women. Female temporary hair loss can occur due to hormonal changes, hypothyroidism, ovarian tumors, anemia, nutritional causes, crash dieting, emotional stress, hair abuse, and lupus or other connective tissue diseases. Certain medications may also cause temporary hair loss, including blood thinners, anti-inflammatory drugs, blood pressure medication, cholesterol medication, seizure medication, oral contraceptives, and more.

Treatments for Hair Loss in Women

If you are concerned about your hair loss and your health, our hair restoration specialists can help determine the cause of your hair loss and select an appropriate treatment for you. With an accurate diagnosis, treatment may include medications, laser therapy to thicken your hair, camouflage practices such as creative hair styling, or surgical hair restoration. Two of the hair restoration procedures we offer at Southwest Plastic Surgery are Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) and Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT). These procedures can restore a fuller head of hair for women suffering from hair loss.

Dr. Frank Agullo and his team of experts at Southwest Plastic Surgery are experienced in diagnosing and treating female hair loss. If you would like help in determining the cause of your hair loss or if you would like to receive treatment for your hair loss, schedule your consultation with Dr. Agullo. Call (915) 590-7900 or complete our online contact form to book your appointment today.


Erase That Baby Face with a Beard Transplant

Before and After Hair TransplantFor men who weren’t exactly well-endowed in the facial hair department, it can leave them looking baby-faced for longer than they really want to. Now, instead of men going out and buying a sports car, they’re doing things like getting a beard transplant. And you know what? They work.

In the past, it wasn’t possible to do beard transplants because hair transplants used plugs of 15 hair follicles or so. This could leave the face looking mottled or uneven. But now, they’re done a different way.

Something Any Man Can Enjoy

Dr. Agullo performs beard transplants through a procedure that actually moves one hair follicle at a time. The new hairs grow perfectly, can be shaved, and grow right back! Plus, they’re less than the price of that midlife-crisis sports car.

We used to see only 3 or 4 beard transplants in a year. But now, that many are being performed each month! The results give men of all ages the fuller, greater coverage of a beard that they haven’t been able to grow without the procedure.

Better Than Hair Plugs

Some men just don’t grow a lot of facial hair. Or, they have bare patches that make them feel self conscious about the way a beard looks as it’s being grown out. Whether you simply want to add more coverage or completely grow a beard from scratch, follicular beard transplants are an excellent way to go!

Hair is transplanted from the back of the head – where hair is usually the thickest for men. Each single follicle continues to grow hair, but now on the face, instead of the scalp. Plus, you can avoid that mottled complexion left with old-fashioned hair plugs on the days you decide to shave it off.

A Subtle Procedure Nobody Will Know About

In most cases, beard transplants look so natural that no one will even know you’ve had the surgery done. It will just seem as if you used to shave in the past and weren’t a beard kind of guy, and then switched into someone who decided to grow out their facial hair. For a procedure that’s done on your face, you deserve the subtlety that an advanced follicular beard transplant has to offer.

Depending on the area being treated, beard transplants start as low as $4,000 on up to $10,000 or more. Your friends or co-workers never even have to know!

Adding Maturity and Masculinity to Your Appearance

Adding more fullness to your facial hair can help you overcome a youthful baby-face appearance and add more masculinity to what you see in the mirror. It’s also perfect for men who have no trouble growing beards, but are dissatisfied with the bare patches that make their beards look “splotchy.”

To find out more about beard transplants in El Paso, it’s worth your time to meet with Dr. Agullo and find out if the procedure is right for you. Having performed hundreds of hair transplant procedures, his skilled hand and eye for detail as a board-certified plastic surgeon mean you’ll be getting the best results possible. Call us today to book a consultation!

You can schedule a consultation with Dr. Frank Agullo by calling (915) 590-7900 or by filling out our online contact form

You Heard it Right: Beard Transplants are a Growing Trend

Hair Transplant Before and AfterFor years, we’ve seen hair transplant procedures used to create fullness through the scalp and to battle balding in men. It’s a safe and effective way to increase hair volume – but now it’s being used in a way most people may not have ever imagined: beard transplants.

In what used to be a fairly rare procedure, beard transplants are now becoming quite the range in the US. Why? Because men find that having a beard makes them feel more masculine, and some research supports the idea that women find men with beards to be more attractive than those without them.

Have you heard the term “Lumber sexual” used lately? The term was coined by hipsters to describe the growing pop culture trend of beard-growing, flannel-shirt-wearing men. It’s no wonder why the men who can’t grow beards are seeking out new ways to cover up their “baby faces.”

But it isn’t just hipsters wishing they could grow a beard. 40 and 50-something men, too, can enjoy the full facial hair that a beard transplant has to offer. It seems that beards are “in” regardless of my patients’ ages.

How Does a Beard Transplant Work?

Like a traditional hair transplant, I perform a procedure called a follicular unit extraction to transplant donor hairs onto my patient’s face. The hair is typically taken from an area at the back or side of the head, where fullness is not as much of a concern. The transplanted hair adds fullness to the beard’s texture, and typically begins to grow within just a couple of weeks. You may even need to shave it by week two or three!

Although the initial transplanted hairs will fall out, their follicles are left behind – which means new hair growth is just around the corner. Within a few months, the transplanted follicles will begin forming new hair shafts that grow right alongside of the rest of your facial hair.

The Ideal Candidate

If you’ve always wanted a fuller beard but had to shave regularly due to lack of growth or fullness, then a beard transplant is likely the solution you’ve been looking for. Your new beard is also an excellent way to cover scars caused by acne or injuries throughout the years.

Most likely you will need to take a sick day off of work. But the entire procedure itself can typically be completed within 3 to 4 hours, depending on the number of transplants necessary. I can give you a better idea of the actual length during your initial consultation. We’ll talk about where you want to add the most volume, where the transplants will be taken from, and what type of results you can expect to see.

It seems as if the beard trend is here to stay. I used to only see a few men a year in my office who wanted to talk about their beard’s fullness, but we’re quickly seeing an increase in interest! In Europe alone, the procedure rose by nearly 15% as of a few years ago, and continues to increase.

Are you frustrated with patchy or thin areas across your face when you try to grow a beard? Is growing a beard nearly impossible for you to do? You’re not alone, but now you can enjoy having one after a single transplant procedure!

To learn more about beard transplants, contact the office of Dr. Frank Agullo by calling (915) 590-7900 or filling out an online contact form.

Three Ways Hair Restoration Procedures Are More Successful Than Ever

The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, or ISHRS, has recently published a study showing tremendous increases in the number of people – primarily men – who have chosen to undergo hair restoration surgery over the last ten years. From 2006 to present day, there was an incredible 76 percent increase in the number of procedures performed, and since 2012, the market size for hair-restoration surgery has increased 28 percent. The hair restoration industry is now larger than $2.5 billion, and numbers are showing no sign of slowing down.

According to the ISHRS’ report, there were about 397,000 hair-restoration procedures done worldwide in 2014. As you would expect, a great majority of these are performed on men, but there has been a steady increase in the number of women choosing to undergo hair restoration as well. The market increases in hair restoration procedures are no accident, and here we are going to highlight the three main reasons for the uptick.

  1. Hair transplant surgeries are much quicker to perform and recover from. More than two-thirds of the respondents in ISHRS’ study reported only needing one procedure to achieve the desired results they were looking for in hair restoration. The same results typically took five to ten procedures in the past, and thus many more people are willing to undergo the surgery.
  2. Advances in cell removal and restoration have made it much easier to grow back your own hair. With PRP (protein rich plasma), the cells used are from the patient’s own body, making it possible to grow your own hair within only a few short months. These treatments have been very successful and that makes it more attractive to men who want a realistic hair regrowth solution.
  3. Hair restoration procedures are relatively painless. Although some patients did report some soreness and pain after the surgery, most reported feeling fine during and after the procedure. Full recoveries usually only take 10 to 14 days before the scabs left from the surgery can no longer be seen. A post-op regiment to clean and treat the scalp area is typically given by the surgeon to help it to heal faster and remove much of the discomfort during recovery.

Frank Agullo, M.D. of Southwest Plastic Surgery in El Paso has access to the latest hair restoration techniques available. Contact our award winning team today! Call us at 915-590-7900 or fill out our online contact form.

Three Primary Causes for Increases in Male Plastic Surgery

There continues to be a growing pressure on men to look younger these days, and it has really started to show in the sheer number of men choosing to undergo cosmetic procedures. From 2013 until present day, the tremendous growth in the plastic surgery market has been partly due to the increase in male patients choosing to participate.

So, why this spike in male plastic surgery? Only five to ten years ago, plastic surgery patients were almost entirely female, but now we are seeing a steady increase in male patients in El Paso and throughout the United States. There are a number of reasons for this, but these are the top three causes for men seeking cosmetic or plastic surgery:

  1. There is a greater general awareness of what is possible surgically. Television and increased press attention has put the possibilities of cosmetic surgery into the public’s eye. Now that men know what kind of things they can change physically, it has created an entirely new demand in the plastic surgery market.
  2. There is both a professional and social pressure for men to look younger. Companies want men to look their best, and these days that means looking old can start to become detrimental to an otherwise sterling career. Men also have different social expectations put upon them presently than in the past; words like “manscaping” certainly didn’t exist 10 to 15 years ago. The stigma that used to exist in most men’s minds about having aesthetic surgery has lifted. This has increased the demand for cosmetic surgery as competition calls for it.
  3. Hair restoration surgeries have had incredible breakthroughs in the last couple of years. The field of hair restoration has really had some incredible breakthroughs in the last couple of years, and more men than ever are getting their hair line back to where they want it to be. Procedures like PRP and hair transplants have made hair restoration an easy and affordable option for many men and since hair loss is such a common trait, it is not hard to imagine why male cosmetic surgery is skyrocketing.

For men who may be considering plastic surgery or cosmetic alterations, Dr. Frank Agullo offers a confidential and private environment at Southwest Plastic Surgery, where you can discuss your ideas or inquisitions with a board-certified plastic surgeon in El Paso. Contact us today to schedule a consultation by calling 915-590-7900 or filling out our online contact form.

Why Am I Losing My Hair?

The average person sheds 25 to 100 hairs each day. For those who suffer from significant hair loss, this can be devastating. Having good, healthy hair is seen as a sign of youth and attractiveness, and losing your hair may cause you to feel self-conscious. Here are some of the reasons why hair loss occurs and what can be done to restore your hair.

Causes of Hair Loss

Below are some of the common causes of hair loss in men and women.

Androgenic Alopecia (AGA)

Androgenic alopecia (AGA) refers to male or female pattern hair loss, although it is much more common in men. This genetically inherited condition is progressive and affects hormone levels and hormone sensitivity. As this hair loss is not temporary, consider undergoing hair restoration to restore your hair.


Hormonal imbalances can cause hair loss. Changing or stopping birth control pills, menopausal hormonal changes, and polycystic ovary syndrome can all cause hair loss. Pregnancy-related hair loss is a fairly common condition that may arise after childbirth. As your hormone levels are brought back into balance, normal hair growth will stabilize.


Some medications, such as antidepressants, blood thinners, and cholesterol-lowering medications, can cause hair loss. Talk to your doctor about other options if you experience hair loss as a side effect of your medication.

Physical Conditions

Physical conditions such as hypothyroidism and anemia can also contribute to hair loss. Getting an accurate medical diagnosis and treatment, such as iron supplements for anemia and thyroid medication for hypothyroidism, can resolve the problem. However, other conditions such as lupus and trichotillomania may cause permanent hair loss. In these cases, getting hair transplant surgery may be a worthy option.


Stress levels are another cause of temporaryhair loss. By reducing stress and anxiety in your life, you can manage your emotions more effectively and reduce the likelihood of stress-related hair loss.


Diet mistakes such as overdosing on vitamin A, being deficient in vitamin B, not getting enough protein, and crash dieting are all potential causes of hair loss. Keep your vitamin levels balanced and consume a healthy diet of natural vitamin B and lean proteins to stabilize hair growth.

Over-styling Your Hair

Over-styling your hair causes hair loss over time. Excessively tight braids, cornrows, chemical treatments, and overexposure to heated tools can damage your hair even at the root. Minimizing heat treatments, using conditioner regularly, and treating your hair gently will help to prevent further hair loss.

Physical Trauma

Physical trauma, such as severe illness or infection, a car accident, or major weight loss, may shock the body and cause temporary hair loss. As your body recovers, your hair will begin to grow back.


Aging is the most common cause of hair loss in women and men, particularly over age 50. It is important to determine that there are no other causes related to your hair loss before assuming that it is age-related.

Hair Restoration

Hair restoration and transplant procedures can restore a full head of hair after hair loss. For some patients, medication or laser therapy may suffice for treatment. For other patients, surgical hair restoration with either Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) or Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is an excellent solution for restoring hair. However, surgery may not be appropriate for everyone. Prospective patients should accurately determine the cause of their hair loss before seeking treatment. Dr. Agullo will evaluate your condition to assess whether hair transplantation is right for you.

Hair Transplant Before and After Photos

To find out more about hair restoration procedures, call (915) 590-7900 to schedule your personal consultation today with double-board certified plastic surgeon Frank Agullo, M.D. You can also reach us by filling out our online contact form.

The Facts about Hair Loss

Dr. Agullo Hair Transplant Before and After PhotosHair plays a significant role in defining our self-image, self-esteem, and overall appearance. Socially and culturally, it is strongly associated with well-being and youth, which explains why currently many men and women suffering from hair loss seek hair restoration. Hair also serves an important function – that of protecting the scalp. Dr. Agullo embraces science and expertise and translates it into restored beauty through hair transplant procedures.

There are roughly five million hair follicles on the human body; approximately 100,000 are located on the scalp. The number of follicles varies depending on hair color, with the highest follicle count in blonde, lower in brunettes, and lowest in red hair.

The Hair Growth Cycle

Hair normally grows at a speed of 0.25 to 0.5 inch per month and undergoes a growth pattern, which has the following three phases: anagen, telogen, and catagen.

Growth Phase:  “Anagen”

  • Known as the active growth phase
  • Can last between three to ten years

Degeneration Phase:  “Catagen”

  • Hair stops growing and sheds and then transitions into the next phase
  • Lasts anywhere between two to three weeks

Resting Phase:  “Telogen”

  • A new hair follicle begins to form and gets ready to enter growth phase again
  • Usually lasts three to four months

On average, we shed between 25 to 100 hairs daily. Approximately between 4 to 24 percent of the hair follicles on the scalp are in the resting phase. This is normal and not indicative of any hair loss condition. Most of the hair is in the active growth phase and a very small percentage in the shedding phase.

The Role of Hormones and Genes in Hair Loss

Alopecia is the medical term for loss. The most common form of hair loss is known as androgenetic alopecia, where both hormones and genes play a role. Hence, the technical term for male and female pattern hair loss is androgenetic alopecia (AGA) i.e. with androgens (andro) as well as genes (genetic). It is often progressive and occurs in both men and women; however, it is much more common in men. AGA is also known as male pattern baldness and affects approximately 50 percent of men by age 50.

The androgen hormone known as testosterone and its metabolite dihydrotestosterone (DHT) play an important role in AGA. This condition causes hair follicles to grow thin and short, known as “miniaturized hair,” and has a vellus appearance. While the growth of facial, underarm, and pubic hair is determined by testosterone, scalp hair is not. Both male and female pattern hair loss are linked to an inherited sensitivity to the effects of DHT on the hair follicles of the scalp. In addition to hormones, hair loss genes play an important role in hair loss as well. AGA is a condition that runs in families so to speak. The family history of baldness can be helpful in predicting the pattern and severity of hair loss.

While AGA runs in the family, it is not definite that a person will carry it just because his/her father or aunt has it. AGA simply makes it much more likely that the next generation will carry the condition.

Most patients who come to Dr. Agullo for hair restoration have AGA. However, it is of utmost importance to eliminate any other conditions that cause hair loss. Dr. Agullo will carefully and thoroughly evaluate you to determine whether hair restoration is right for you. With his experience and in-depth understanding of hair loss, Dr. Agullo routinely provides invaluable advice to patients regarding the nature of hair loss and the treatments that exist, both medical and surgical.

If you are concerned with hair loss, schedule a consultation with double board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Frank Agullo. Call our El Paso office at (915) 590-7900 or our Las Cruces office at (575) 520-5041 to schedule your personal consultation. For your convenience, you may also contact us online at our El Paso Office or Las Cruces Office.

Feeding Follicles: Protein Rich Plasma and Hair Regrowth

The search for the perfect way to regrow hair is about as legendary — and some might say as historically longstanding — as the search for the fabled Fountain of Youth.

But legend and fable have nothing to do with one of the latest and most promising procedures available to promote hair growth: Protein, or Platelet Rich Plasma. The same medical procedure used to speed up the healing of wounds and recovery from surgery may also have applicable benefits to reviving dormant hair cells.

side profile of woman with long brown hairWhile some remain skeptical, Platelet Rich Plasma has been demonstrated to wake up dormant hair follicle stem cells. That makes PRP what could be the next big breakthrough in the treatment of hair loss.

Dr. Frank Agullo, an M.D. and board-certified plastic surgeon at El Paso Cosmetic Surgery, acknowledges that PRP may indeed be the best medical treatment advance to address hair loss since Propecia, but it is not a cure-all for everyone.

Experienced surgeons like Dr. Agullo must do a comprehensive analysis of each hair loss client before suggesting any kind of treatment, let alone knowing what the best course of action would be as certain treatments favor certain individual types.

When platelets are activated in the human body, the sponge-like molecules form branches while releasing proteins that heal. These proteins are called growth factors and these growth factors do everything with the end result being accelerated tissue and wound healing. A recent case study cited online involving a 26-year-old man suggests that platelet rich plasma can stop and reverse hair miniaturization caused by male pattern baldness.

Experts explain that due to the concentrated nature of PRP and its ability to be used in specific, targeted or isolated areas, Platelets can also improve coagulation and lessen bleeding. Since platelets are also steeped in proteins, it may allow them to better help the healing process on grafting areas too.

While PRP treatment may not be for everyone, and may not yield the same results for everyone, it does show promise, primarily because of the introduction of platelets and white blood cells through platelet rich plasma (PRP). That amplifies the body’s naturally-occurring wound healing mechanism. Others propose that PRP can actually stimulate the stem cells (dermal papilla) of the newly transplanted hair follicles. Some practitioners also claim that PRP can be used to stimulate the growth of follicles, thereby reversing hair miniaturization seen in androgenetic alopecia and even preventing hair loss.

New Trends Reveal Increase in Men Getting Cosmetic Procedures

A man with his eyes closed and a pair of gloved hands touching his faceThe society we live in calls for vanity and pride in one’s appearance, but not just for women. Men no longer have to be ashamed to seek the services of a plastic surgeon, whereas at one time it was more taboo for men to get nipped and tucked. Some plastic surgeons are now dedicating an entirely separate website just for their male clients, but it does not stop there.

Just to give you an idea of how popular this trend has become, the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) reported an increase in the number of male patients has grown by 106% from 1997 to 2012.

Why Is This a Growing Trend?

In El Paso, TX, Dr. Frank Agullo sees a lot more men through the doors of Southwest Plastic Surgery than ever, in part because of popular TV shows that make it more accepted for men to preserve their health and reverse the evident signs of aging.

“Men want to maintain confidence just as much as women, but for men, keeping a great appearance has to do with professional success and preserving a youthful look.” –Dr. Frank Agullo

This is especially true for middle aged men who may be going through a divorce or who are planning to attend a class reunion. They want to look good, not only for the opposite sex but to turn back the hands of time in the presence of classmates who have seen them at their best. Nothing boosts a guy’s self-esteem more than going to a class reunion only to hear people say, “Whoa, you haven’t aged a bit!”

And why not? Men should not be excluded from bettering themselves and dipping into the proverbial fountain of youth.

What Types of Cosmetic Procedures are Popular among Men?

•    Hair Transplants
•    Liposuction/Tummy Tucks
•    Rhinoplasty/Nose Jobs
•    Facelifts or Laser Treatments
•    Pec Implants

Some plastic surgery facilities throughout the U.S. have responded to the popularity of “Mommy Makeovers” with “Daddy Do-Overs”, which is a nickname for cosmetic procedures for men that can include a tummy tuck or liposuction, jawline contouring, eyelift, and perhaps facial rejuvenation to remove fine lines and wrinkles. Hair transplants with grafting have also grown in popularity. Men want to achieve a more athletic appearance and can get pectoral implants, where traditionally it was only females who received breast augmentations with implants. This gives men a more defined, body-builder profile.

For men in the Southwest Texas region, Southwest Plastic Surgery of El Paso welcomes you to come by and talk to an experienced plastic surgeon. Dr. Agullo is a board certified, award-winning doctor who is known for excellence in men’s cosmetic procedures. Call (915) 590-7900 for a consultation today.

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