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Frequently Asked Questions2023-02-27T15:01:12-05:00

Hair Loss Questions Answered

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What is Non-Surgical Hair Replacement?2022-03-02T15:02:03-05:00

Non-hair surgical replacement is a technique where human or synthetic hair is bonded to your scalp in a way that is semi permanent and virtually undetectable. It is a great way to restore thinning hair or total hair loss and regain confidence, and your youthful appearance.

Generally speaking a person who is “wearing hair” will come into a studio at least once a month if not more often for services to ensure the adherence of the dermal lens application. This is a painless procedure that can be done usually within 60 to 90 minutes.  Once applied, the wearer will go about their lives as if the hair was growing out of their head. Shower, sleep, swim, work and play in your new hair.

Why Does Hair Loss Occur?2022-03-02T14:54:25-05:00

There are a variety of reasons behind hair loss. The most common cause is male or female pattern baldness (also known as genetic hair loss). Other factors can contribute to the problem, including side effects from medication, stress, hormonal changes, diet, and tight hairstyles.

What are Laser Treatments2022-03-02T14:44:57-05:00

Laser therapy can help reduce inflammation in hair follicles.  Some devices for uses of low-level laser therapy have been determined safe and effective in treating pattern baldness by the FDA.

Who Is Affected By Hair Loss?2022-03-02T14:57:17-05:00

Hair loss affects anyone, regardless of age, sex, or race. While we all tend to associate hair loss with men – namely because male pattern baldness – it can also be present in women of all ethnic backgrounds. Age makes it more likely for genetic hair loss to emerge, but non-genetic-based causes (such as traction alopecia, stress, and hormones) can strike anyone at any time.

What is Telogen Effluvium?2022-03-02T14:48:09-05:00

The second most common form of hair loss (androgenetic alopecia is the first). A condition that causes an increased number of hairs to enter the telogen or resting phase. The additional shedding usually occurs in response to various stresses such as emotional trauma, post-pregnancy and illness, major surgery, and certain medications. Telogen effluvium can be delayed (occurring a few months after the stressful incident) or chronic (unresolved).