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Hair Restoration Services

Non-Surgical Hair Replacement is the solution towards gaining confidence back in your life. The Hair System looks and feels natural to the scalp and fits well within your natural hair. The Non-Surgical process are exclusive, and the results speak for themselves! 


What is Hair Replacement?

Applying hair to a bald or thin area with a non-surgical procedure

There are three (3) different types of units

  • Polyurethane: Baldness

  • Mesh Unit: For thinning hair

  • Integration Chains: Holes on the basic of the unit

What are the common causes of hair loss?

  • Alopecia Aerate

  • Medication

  • Stress or Lifestyle 

  • Poor Nutrition

  • Hereditary / Genetics

  • Hormonal Imbalance 

  • Diseases & Illnesses 

  • Chemical Hair Treatments

  • Hair Styles (Traction Alopecia)

  • Compulsive Hair Pulley (Trichotillomania)

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Female Pattern Baldness

Hair is an important aspect of a woman's identity. Hair loss even in its most early stage can cause great emotional distress due in part to the social misconception that not many women lose their hair and that, unlike for men, noticeable hair loss is unacceptable. Both untruths make the subject of female hair loss a very sensitive topic for women to address.  

Common Cause of Women Hair Loss?

  • Genetics and aging

  • Hormonal imbalance

  • Disease and illness

  • Chemical hair treatment

  • Hair styles (traction Alopecia)

  • Compulsive hair pulley (Trichotillomania)

  • Poor Nutrition

Male Pattern Baldness

The baldness typically begins at the hairline. The hair follicles that are most sensitive to DHT are located at the temples, the hairline, and the crown of the head. Male pattern baldness gets its name from the pattern of sensitive hair follicles. One of the first signs of male pattern baldness is the hairline begins to recede to form an "M" shape then what usually follows is the crown of the head begins to thin (whatever comes first). The existing hair becomes finer and shorter. The top of its true hairline eventually meets the thinned crown, leaving a horseshoe pattern of the hair around the sides of the head that continues to grow.

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