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.
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.
Genetic predisposition, stress, medications, illness, hormonal imbalances, infections, or even the prolonged use of harsh chemicals can disrupt normal hair growth cycles and cause hair loss to such a degree that thinning becomes noticeable and worrisome. Sometimes hair production resumes but if the cause is male or female pattern hair loss, the process will not reverse itself (these ‘genes’ cannot be traded in).
In a field where dubious, contradictory and even comical claims by less-than-upstanding self-proclaimed experts are rampant, Cleveland’s Complete Image Hair Design believes it especially important to provide its clients with facts, details, and options. HAIR TRANSPLANT involves the surgical removal of hair from one part of the scalp to another and is often considered by men and women who suffer from genetic/hereditary baldness.