Dr. Arthur Gray traveled to Bologna, Italy in January 2015 to visit the Cesare Ragazzi Lab and see first-hand how each CNC Hair System is created. We invite you to watch his tour of the lab to discover more about the exciting, innovative hair replacement system that is made with natural, unprocessed hair and blends perfectly and seamlessly with both your hair thickness and color.
Like many other women, Susan’s battle with hair loss began in her mid-thirties. Her thinning hair made her feel self-conscious and when it began to keep her from activities she loved to do, she knew she had to take action. When she learned about Dr. Gray at the Hair Transplant & Restoration Center and the CNC Hair Prosthesis System, she was thrilled that she could once again have the thick, full hair she once had, and still do all of the activities she loved without worry.
Are you considering hair restoration surgery? If so, it is extremely important to ensure that you are being treated by a licensed hair restoration surgeon who has been properly trained and holds a current license. There is an increased risk of having an unlicensed technician perform any or all of your hair transplant which could result in a misdiagnosis, a failure to diagnose hair disorders or diseases, an unnecessary or ill advised surgery, and/or a lack of coverage by malpractice insurance.
Dr. Arthur Gray is pleased to be the first person in Georgia to offer the CNC Hair Prosthesis System by Cesare Ragazzi. On December 1, 2014, one of our patients will become the first person in Georgia to receive the system. Come to the HT&RC office located in the Spa Medical facility on December 1, 2014, for the 5PM “reveal.” See the CNC Hair System up close and watch our Italian stylist put finishing touches on this wonderful new head of hair.
If you struggle with hair loss but are not a candidate for hair transplant surgery or medications, you may have considered wearing a hair prosthesis. The idea of wearing a hair prosthesis can be scary. You may worry: Will it look fake? Will it be obvious to others that I’m wearing a hair prosthesis? Will I have to give up activities that I love while wearing it?