Mane Image Hair Replacement Center has been helping men and women get their hair back since 1987. With a full range of cosmetic, non-surgical, and surgical solutions to offer, we know we can help you, too.
Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories in Italy has developed and patented a new biomedical polymer to hold hair in place that’s micro-thin, breathable, perfectly color-matched, and FDA approved. It even adjusts to your body temperature. Using state-of-the-art 3D printing, a precise replica of your scalp is created from this material. Read on to learn more.
Getting your hair back is within your budget. At Mane Image, our primary mission is to deliver the best and most comprehensive care available. An important part of that mission is making the cost as easy and manageable for our patients as possible, by offering many options for payment.
Everyone's hair loss is unique and it is important that your hair treatment options and solutions are customized to address your individual situation. Whether you want to stop your hair loss, do everything you can to re-grow your hair, or if you just want more hair, with new technology and science, there are so many options now available to you. Fill out our form to get started with your free consultation.
The month of September is both Alopecia Awareness Month and Trichotillomania Awareness Month. At Mane Image, we treat hair loss of all kinds in various degrees of progression, but we also feel it is our responsibility to educate our guests about different hair loss diagnoses. We already covered alopecia in a previous post, so today we'll be focusing on trichotillomania disorder. This disorder is colloquially known as "hair-pulling disorder" and, yes, it's exactly what it sounds like. Of course, there's a lot more to it than the understood compulsion to pull out one's own hair. So, let's take a closer look at the only culprit of hair loss that is known to be self-inflicted.
September is Alopecia Awareness Month, so the team at Mane Image is striving to provide quality education for our clients. Alopecia is a fairly common cause of hair loss that many people mistakenly associate with being unable to produce any body hair whatsoever. While this drastic type of alopecia does indeed exist, it is the least common of several forms which affect the body's ability to grow hair. In this post, we'll discuss the different forms of the condition, its potential causes, and treatment options.