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Complete Image Featured on Mimi Vanderhaven

best hair replacement optionsComplete Image Hair Design was recently featured on local business community site MimiVanderhaven.com in an article investigating the best options for female hair replacement in Northeast Ohio. The article described the variety of factors [...]

By |January 28th, 2014|Recent News|

Complete Image Hair Design is moving on September 1st

Complete Image Hair Design is moving! Our new building is located at 6555 Wilson Mills Rd Suite 105, Mayfield OH 44143. The new office will allow us to better serve our hair loss clients in the Cleveland area.

The new location is less than two miles from the old office. For directions, please see our About Us page.

Our old location was 1450 Som Center Rd Suite 3, Mayfield Heights OH 44124.

By |August 14th, 2013|Recent News|

New Complete Image commercial in Cleveland

We are excited to release a new television commercial for Complete Image Hair Design!  It will be running soon in Cleveland and surrounding areas on channel Fox 8.

By |May 21st, 2013|Recent News|

Natural Remedies to Complement Hair Loss Treatment

Many men and women will experience various forms of hair loss during their lifetime. While the causes and extents of hair loss differ (learn about the most common types of male hair loss and female hair loss), there are natural remedies that can complement hair replacement therapies. These include making adjustments to current nutrition, medication and supplements and lifestyle habits.

Common Myths About Hair Loss

From standing on your head to avoiding hats to blaming your mother, there are all kinds of false ideas out there about hair loss. Here are five of the most common myths about hair loss and the truth behind them: 1. Wearing hats causes hair loss The logic behind this myth is that hats prevent the scalp from getting the oxygen it requires or that hats can strain the hair follicles. The truth is that hair follicles don’t need to […]

Most Common Types of Male Hair Loss

All hair loss is described by the generic medical term alopecia. Although causes and triggers for male hair loss vary, many involve genetics, illness and some combination of environmental factors. The three most common types of male hair loss are androgenetic alopecia, telogen effluvium and alopecia areata.
By |March 12th, 2013|Hair Loss Facts|

Most Common Types of Female Hair Loss

Many women experience different forms of hair loss at some point in their lives, especially after pregnancy, during times of stress or as a side effect of certain medications. Additionally, any medication or therapy that alters a woman’s hormonal activity, such as contraceptives, can trigger hair loss. Extensive and long-term hair loss is described by the generic medical term alopecia. The most common types of female hair loss are androgenetic alopecia, telogen effluvium, anagen effluvium and traction alopecia.

Stages of Male Pattern Hair Loss

In order to determine the best course of treatment for hair loss, it is important to understand the progression. The Norwood-Hamilton scale is the generally accepted standard to measure the extent of hair loss in men. The most common type of male hair loss is called androgenetic alopecia, often referred to as “male pattern baldness” or “male pattern hair loss.” Male pattern hair loss is responsible for hair loss in about 90% of men. It can begin as early as […]
By |January 4th, 2013|Hair Loss Facts|

Stages of Female Pattern Hair Loss

According to Clinical Interventions on Aging, less than 45% of women will maintain a full head of hair throughout their lifetime. While there are various causes of female hair loss, the most common is androgenetic alopecia or female pattern hair loss. Similar to male pattern hair loss, both heredity and hormones seem to play major roles in female pattern hair loss. However, patterns of hair loss appear differently in women than in men. Whereas male pattern hair loss typically concentrates […]
By |January 3rd, 2013|Hair Loss Facts|

Wig vs. Hair Piece vs. Toupee

The first step in the hair replacement process is choosing the best system for the coverage needed. However, since different types of hair replacement options such as a “wig,” “hair piece,” and “toupee” are often used interchangeably, it can be difficult to tell the difference between them and even harder to know which system may be best for you. Here is a brief explanation of three common hair replacement systems, as well as the coverage each is designed to provide.