Power Beauty Unlimited is here to provide you a unique personal experience. Dealing with hair loss can be tough. We take some of that stress away by giving you a quality constructed unit that is customized for your personal needs.
Our motto is "Power and Beauty Start Within". You need a unit that will give you the power to be you and the self confidence without self consciousness while projecting your Unlimited Beauty and Power on the outside.
WHY OUR MEDICAL WIGS
- Natural Looking
- Securely Fitted to your head and designed to style any way you see fit.
- Can be worn without or with adhesives
- Custom made by Certified Cranial Prosthesis Specialist Valrie Alexander.
- Made with a soft,durable, and non irritating base that will fit comfortably for all-day wear.
- Covered by many insurance plans.
What is a Medical Wig? (Cranial Prosthesis)
A cranial prosthesis is a hair system designed specifically for those suffering from hair loss due to medical conditions or treatments, such as alopecia aerate, alopecia totalis, trichotillomania, or chemotherapy. Unlike an off-the-shelf wig, each prosthesis is custom made to fit. Precise head measurements are taken and real human hair is selected from a large array of colors. Three variations of the hair color are blended for a more natural appearance. The hair is hand-tied onto a base material that resembles the scalp. When a cranial prosthesis is needed due to medical-related hair loss, you may be eligible for reimbursement from your health insurance. Most insurance companies will cover from 40% to 100% of a cranial prosthesis. Anyone who has lost their hair because of medical conditions or treatments, such as alopecia aerate, alopecia totalis, trichotillomania, chemotherapy, or any other clinical disease or treatment resulting in hair loss.
- Alopecia Hair Loss (pronounced al-oh-PEA-sha) simply means hair loss. It can refer to a number of conditions that cause partial to total hair loss. Types of Alopecia Alopecia Areata
- Alopecia Areata is a hair-loss disease that affects men, women and children. Although not completely understood, Alopecia aerate is generally believed to be an autoimmune condition which causes patchy hair loss. The onset is often sudden, without warning. It usually begins with a small, completely bald patch on the scalp, beard or body about the size of a half dollar, with very distinct borders. It can resolve on its own and never return, or it can recur or even progress to total hair loss. The unpredictability of Alopecia Areata can be very frustrating.
- Alopecia Totalis is a more advanced form of alopecia aerate which results in total loss of all hair on the scalp.
- Alopecia Universalis is the most advanced form of alopecia aerate which results in total loss of all hair on the body, including eyelashes and eyebrows.
- Androgenetic Alopecia Also known as male pattern baldness or female pattern baldness. It is a hereditary form of hair loss and is the most common type of progressive hair loss.
- Scarring alopecia, also known as cicatricial alopecia, refers to a group of rare disorders which cause permanent hair loss.
- Traction Alopecia a is usually due to excessive pulling or tension on hair shafts as a result of certain hair styles. Prolonged traction alopecia can stop new hair follicles developing and lead to permanent hair loss.
- Anagen Effluvium This hair loss is generally a side effect of medication, such as chemotherapy. Once the drug therapy is stopped, the hair normally grows back (usually about 6 months later). Other drugs also can cause hair loss. Many medicines used to treat even common diseases can cause hair loss. Telogen Effluvium A form of hair loss where more than normal amounts of hair fall out. There is a general ‘thinning’ of the hair. Unlike some other hair and scalp conditions, it is temporary and the hair growth usually recovers. Telogen Effluvium can be caused by hormonal shifts, such as pregnancy, childbirth and menopause, or due to emotional or physical stress (such a surgery.) Coping with Alopecia Although it is neither painful or damaging to physical health, hair loss can severely affect the quality of life and emotional health of sufferers.
How to Cope With Hair Loss?
Make sure you are getting accurate information, support from friends and family and access to resources. There is no cure or universally effective treatment for alopecia. A treatment that is effective for one individual may not work for another. Consult with your doctor to determine if medical treatment may be effective for you. Whether alopecia proves to be a temporary or permanent condition, a wig or hairpiece is the fastest and most effective way of coping with hair loss, restoring confidence and a sense of normalcy in appearance.
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