Having Your Own Bespoke Non-Surgical Hair Replacement 94

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For almost any individual, losing your hair can be very psychologically challenging. Whether from an illness like Alopecia, as an effect of medical care, due to hormonal problems or perhaps through getting older, it is no wonder that people often seek a means to regain their hair and also their confidence.

To many people, the idea of non surgical hair replacement may bring to mind an off the shelf wig, toupee or hair piece. Naturally, wearing an ill-fitting wig is unlikely to appeal to many people and as a result, the same person is not going to wish to invest in a hair replacement system. The good news is, this view is very out of date and non-surgical hair replacement methods are getting to be increasingly refined in recent years, offering a subtle and natural look.

So what exactly is a hair replacement system?

Uncomfortable, synthetic wigs and toupees are a problem of the past. Modern non-surgical hair replacement is constructed to be much more comfortable, convenient to manage, much more natural looking and feeling (made from real hair) and finally, much more discreet. Hair replacement treatment involves a specialist applying a fine, light, see-through and breathable membrane on the scalp. The membrane is infused with human hair and once it is attached to the scalp, it is woven in with the existing hair, creating a completely natural look.

Enhanced hair replacement systems form a tailor-made solution that's matched up with the person's own hair:

• Colour matched • The density is synchronised • The direction of growth is matched

As the membrane is fixed to the scalp using the most up-to-date technology in bonding glue or tape, wearers can have reassurance that their hair replacement will be intact and in place, even on a windy day or when getting involved in a demanding activity such as sport.

What does hair replacement treatment involve?

In order for a specialist to create a bespoke hair replacement system for you, treatment will begin with an initial consultation that will ensure that the system will fit and sit naturally on your head, alongside your natural hair. The whole procedure, from design to the final piece may take as much time as eight weeks, so to be sure that your hair replacement system will be tailored flawlessly for you.

Hair replacement providers can advise the best suited membrane and adhesive for you, subject to your hair and skin type. It is equally worthwhile that a practitioner fits your hair replacement system for you to be able to form the most natural, subtle results. To guarantee that the membrane bonds effectively to your head, some existing hair will need to be shaved away.

The one really negative factor of non-surgical hair replacement is that it does need somewhat regular maintenance to make sure the results continue to be natural looking. Rather than simply visiting the hair dresser for a trim, you will have to visit your hair replacement practitioner to enable them to take off the membrane for you and trim your existing hair. Naturally, with time the membrane will begin to display wear and will need to be altogether renewed at some point.

To discover more about non-surgical hair replacements and the advantages of selecting this rather than hair transplantation surgery, you can visit www.senatorcrown.com or contact their expert London practice on 0207 706 2586.

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