Hair Loss Shouldn't Stop You from Living Normally
Tesla HRC of Pinehurst, North Carolina, creates high-quality hair prostheses for patients with thinning hair or a hair loss disorder. There are many causes of hair loss. Some of these include tumor removal, alopecia areata, and menopausal hair loss. No matter what the patient's condition, we always keep things completely confidential.
Men's Hair Loss
Men lose hair for a variety of reasons. Many notice their hair thinning as early as their 20s. Some lose theirs because of serious medical reasons, while others may find that their hair loss is only due to stress. No matter what the reason, our hair prostheses can effectively take care of your hair disorder.
Menopausal Hair Loss
When women go through the menopausal hair loss stage, some of them lose their hair. This is due to fluctuating hormonal levels during this period. We have prostheses available that are made of natural human hair for hair replacement to compliment your own hair.
Cranial surgery may leave a scar on a patient's head. To cover these scars, we make custom-created prostheses for hair replacement to enhance the patients natural hair. We design specific templates for each individual head shape. These prostheses are suitable for men, women, and children.
Alopecia Areata, or spot baldness, occurs when there is an abnormality in the immune system. There is, as of yet, no cure for this disorder, and treating it also takes some time. We design custom cranial prostheses to fit each individual's needs. We also help patients figure out the exact causes of their hair loss.
Several Hair Loss Conditions
A form of alopecia areata that causes complete loss of all scalp and body hair.
A bacterial infection that irritates the hair follicles and can lead to permanent hair loss.
The body's immune system disrupts hair growth and causes round bald patches.
Follicles are prematurely pushed into the resting stage from stress or illness.
A form of alopecia areata that causes complete loss of all hair on the scalp.
Alopecia areata that occurs in a wave pattern around the edge of the head.