How Are Non-Surgical Hair Replacement Systems Attached?
Hair systems can be attached in a variety of ways. They can adhere to the skin, hair, or a combination of both.
When attached to existing hair, this method can provide an extra sense of security for clients who enjoy active lifestyles. This type of attachment goes by names such as fusion, weaves, cabling, beading and bonding.
Because this type of attachment depends on the rate of the hair’s growth, the system must be reattached periodically.
These replacement systems can also be applied to bare skin. This can be performed in a variety of ways, such as waterproof and biologically safe glues as well as two-sided tape. However, while these glues and tapes are generally safe for the skin, it’s possible to have an adverse reaction.
It’s also possible to have a system applied surgically. However, this method of attachment is not recommended due to possible complications such as skin infections. If you’d prefer a surgical option, our recommended physicians can help you determine other safe hair transplant surgery alternatives.