hair loss treatment
Headways provides an innovative, non-invasive, permanent and semi permanent solution for hair and brow loss, as well as hair transplant scars!
Hair Transplant Alternative
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is the most exciting innovation in hair loss treatment for decades and is now available in Alberta through Headways Edmonton, Alberta. If you are frustrated by hair loss due to Alopecia, there is hope! Using thousands of tiny micro-dots pigmented into the scalp, SMP can be used to fill in the spaces where hair appears thin. Results are guaranteed, instantaneous and permanent, and the illusion is so effective, no-one will ever know you’ve had anything done.
The bald patches that result from Alopecia can change shape, position and size, and the number of patches can change. It often disappears completely for a while, only to return several years later. There are many sufferers who have felt its effects as children, and experienced it once again as adults.
Alopecia does the body no physical harm, although dealing with the symptoms can be challenging from a psychological point of view. Whilst many people learn to accept their condition, many do not and therefore experience prolonged periods of low self-esteem and social exclusion.
Bald patches could be incredibly small, but over time it is common for them to grow or multiply in number, or even take up most of the person’s head. Alopecia can also attack eyebrows or a man’s beard. Some people progress to develop alopecia total, the total loss of all head and facial hair.
The treatment options provide low success rates. Many alopecia sufferers resort to wearing hair systems (wigs) to hide their hair loss. Because the condition could recur at any time without any real explanation, hair transplant operations are not usually recommended.
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#102, 2951 Ellwood Drive
(inside The Courtyard Spa and Laser)
- Monday 9a.m.–4p.m.
- Tuesday 9a.m.–4p.m.
- Wednesday 9a.m.–4p.m
- Thursday 9a.m.–4p.m.
- Friday 9a.m.–4p.m.
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed