Hair Replacement Options
There are 3 hair replacement options available for people with hairloss. You can wear a hair system, get restoration surgery (also known as a hair transplant) or try drugs and topical treatments. Each has its own unique list of pros and cons.
Hair Now offers hair replacement systems that offer realistic hairpieces and toupees for men and women.
Which is the best hair replacement for you?
Hair Replacement Systems
Wearing a hair system (also called a hairpiece, toupee or wig) might be socially awkward for some people. But for others, it’s an affordable and safe solution to their hair loss. Of course a natural appearance is essential, so knowing a little about your options can go a long way.
Hair Replacement Surgery
Going under the knife is a scary thought for many people. But surgery can also be an effective solution for men and women who experience a light amount of hair loss. Finding the right doctor and educating yourself on hair restoration are the first steps in getting the most out of surgical hair replacement
Drugs and Topical Treatments
Often referred to as “miracles in a bottle" this hair replacement option is dominated by a few big names including Rogaine® and Propecia®. But does it work? Many people have claimed to experience new growth in varying levels and these medicinal treatments are FDA approved after all. So how do you know if it’s for you?
A Quick Look at Your Options
Drugs & Topicals
Removable cosmetic piece attached to the scalp with tape or glue.
Surgical transplant procedure performed by a doctor.
Medicinal pills or cream normally prescribed by a doctor.
$200 – $2,000
$2,500 – $20,000
$100 – $500
Instant replacement of your natural hair. Detectability issues.
Progress typical after 2-3 months with minor pattern hair loss.
Unknown. Individual progress varies greatly.