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Cranial Prosthesis Hair Systems

Custom and Specialty,  toppers, extensions

Full Lace

Resemble traditional cosmetic units best; a bit more maintenance and application will be done with medical grade adhesive; promote the most styling versatility  by parting the hair anywhere you like and create unlimited hairstyles. The hair line mimics a natural hair line; due to maintenance be familiar with lace fronts; most cost effective.

Skin w/Lace

Most commonly requested by clients experiencing hair loss related to alopeciab (minus alopecia universalis/alopecia totalis). This unit will have skin like material in the front thus making the fit a bit more snug and suitable for longer durations of wear. Application with adhesive may not be necessary.

Full Skin

Most commonly requested by clients experiencing hair loss due to traumatic events as well as stress, clients who are experiencing cancer chemoradiation, as well as clients who suffer from trichotillomania. This unit will closely resemble the skin of the patient. Thus, mimicking their natural scalp and hair line. Flexible for active lifestyles; more expensive.

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Lace/Monofilament w/Polyurethane Edge

Most durable out of all the cranial prosthetics; more durable than an undetectable look; uses heavier materials during production; median in price range; suitable for all types of hair loss minus scalp sensitivity due to the materials used to manufacture unit. This unit lasts the longest but not the most natural looking again due to the materials.

Find Your Size

In order for your wig to fit securely and comfortably, you need to be sure you've bought the right wig size. carries beautiful wigs in a variety of sizes — mini petite, petite, average, large — so you can be sure to find a style that looks great and fits perfectly.

To determine you wig size, you need to measure your head. Before you measure, though, be sure to flatten your hair. Also use a cloth tape measure to ensure accuracy.

Step 1

Measure Around Head:

Start in front, follow your hairline above your ear, around back to the bend in your neck, around to your other ear, then back up to the front.

Around Head

Mini Petite: 20 3/4"

Petite: 21"

Average: 21 1/2"

Large: 23"

Step 2
Measure Front to Back:
Start from your natural hairline in front, then move over the crown of your head to where the back meets the top of your neck.

Front to Back

Mini Petite: 12 3/4"

Petite: 13 1/4"

Average: 14 1/4"

Large: 15 1/4"

Step 3
Measure Ear to Ear:
Start in front of one ear where your hairline ends, then measure up and over the crown of your head to the front of your other ear.

Ear to Ear

Mini Petite: 12 3/4"

Petite: 13"

Average: 13 1/2"

Large: 14"

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