Hair Loss Questions and Answers
Q: What is the best hair replacement method?
A: The best method might be different for different people. It depends on your degree of hair loss or thinning hair and your level of physical activity, the type of hair style you desire, and other factors. Not everyone is a good candidate for every option. Since each person has different needs and expectations, we have committed to educating the public by offering Free, No-Obligation Consultations. Each consultation is held in a relaxing and private office setting, with a trained and experienced hair loss professional.
Q: What's the difference between Hair Replacement and Hair Restoration?
A: Hair replacement is a non-surgical means of providing hair. It is done by using hair systems to cover the area of thinning and utilizing as much of your natural hair as possible.
Hair restoration is a surgical method of replacing hair. It is done by transplanting hair from the back of the head to the area of thinning.
Q: I'm a very active person. Can I still participate in sports?
A: Yes, the purpose of Mosaic hair replacement solutions is to allow you to do the same things that you were doing previously, such as swimming, boating, water skiing and even riding your Harley.
Q: How often do I have to get a new hair system?
A: We offer different type of programs; one of them that charge you a monthly maintenance fee and gives you a certain number of new systems throughout the year.
Q: How often do I need to come for Maintenance Visits?
A: Maintenance visits vary for each individual. It depends how often you want to get color put on your and how fast your hair grows. Generally the Maintenance varies between 4 to 8 weeks.
Q: Are there any limitations on the hair style I choose, or how I can comb my hair?
A: That is just one of the great things about your new hair. You can comb your hair anyway you want, even straight back.
Q: What is my daily care?
A: Taking care of your new hair is easy and convenient: just treat it like your own hair. You can shampoo it, comb it, use hairspray, gel, or other styling products, blow it dry, or do anything else you would with your own hair. There's absolutely nothing extra to do.