Explaining the Hair Prosthesis Process
11 / 12 / 14

Explaining the Hair Prosthesis Process

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?

The CNC System by Cesare Ragazzi blends perfectly and seamlessly with your natural hair color, texture, and skin tone. It is anchored to your scalp using a dermatologically tested medical adhesive, so you never have to worry about it coming off. Unlike wigs, toupes, or hair pieces, you can return to a full, active lifestyle including swimming and high-impact sports soon after your treatment has commenced.

Understanding The CNC Hair Prosthesis System Process

The process that goes into receiving your very own hair prosthesis by Cesare Ragazzi is truly impressive and outstanding. We believe it’s important to understand the whole process so you can see for yourself how the hair prosthesis can blend so seamlessly and be so functional. After the parameters are taken including the production of a fiberglass and plaster cast of the individual’s skull, the casts are shipped to the factory in Italy.

What Is The CNC System Process?

  1. PHASE 1 – Scalp mapping - A Cesare Ragazzi trained specialist performs computer mapping of the scalp and alopecic area.
  2. PHASE 2 – Cast production - A mold or cast is created using special computer imaging, cloning the contours of your skull and scalp.
  3. PHASE 3 – Cloning and pantone matching - A clone membrane created by robotic technology, replicating exact shape, lines, and pantones of client’s scalp.
  4. PHASE 4 – Hair selection and matching - Our expert stylists meticulously select high-grade, unprocessed, undyed, human hair that replicates the color and texture of your hair.
  5. PHASE 5 – Implanting - The natural hairs are implanted individually into the membrane, mirroring the original direction of growth from your natural patterns.
  6. PHASE 6 – Non-surgical grafting - The membrane is non-surgically grafted onto the scalp before professionals complete a final styling.
  7. PHASE 7 – CNC System fully integrated - Your new hair can now be exposed to all activities including swimming and high impact sports. You will receive ongoing care under the guidance of your dedicated Cesare Ragazzi consultant, Dr. Gray.

HT&RC Now Offers Cesare Ragazzi’s Hair Prosthesis

On December 1, 2014, the first patient in Georgia will receive her new hair. Stay tuned for more details! If you are interested in learning more about the CNC Hair Prosthesis System and if it is right for you, contact us at the Hair Transplant & Restoration Center today for a consultation.