Differences Between Men's Wig and Prosthetic Hair

Prosthetic hair has greater advantages over male wigs. Prosthetic Hair styles have more features and provide great convenience to the user. Male wigs may not be able to adapt to one's hair structure and skin color, as they are usually pre-manufactured and supplied ready. Prosthetic hair can be produced by analyzing the hair of the person who will use the prosthetic hair before producing, and 100% natural appearance can be provided with the person's own hair characteristics.

In this way, the special prosthetic hair styles produced for the person are designed in accordance with the face structure of the person and they are compatible with skin color or rest of the hair, if any.

Prosthetic hairstyles can be applied on a person's hair that is completely shed or sparse. As the application is quite easy, the prosthetic hair can be optionally removed or service life can be extended by fixing the deformed area. In addition, prosthetic hair is not affected by wind, water or external factors. In this way, you can use it in your daily life quite comfortably. Wigs, on the other hand, can be affected by wind and water unless they are properly fixed, causing slippage or large deformations  on the hair surface.

Prosthetic Hair Can Be Applied to Whom

Prosthetic hair can be used in all areas of hair that have become sparse or have completely lost hair. In addition, there is no gender discrimination in the use of prosthetic hair. Whether the cause of a person's hair loss is permanent or as a result of a certain discomfort, prosthetic hair can be easily applied.

Prosthetic hair applications are highly preferred for temporary hair loss, especially for hair loss conditions such as chemotherapy. In addition, it is not necessary to have complete baldness to opt for prosthetic hair. Prosthetic hair can also be used on hair surfaces that become sparse or occasionally fall out.

How To Apply Prosthetic Hair?

Before the application of prosthetic hair, the person's hair is analyzed and molds are taken on the hair surfaces showing shedding. The exit direction of the hair and the structure of the hair are determined and the prosthesis hair is formed in accordance with the mold, taking into consideration the expectations of the person about the prosthesis hair. Before the production of prosthetic hair, a sample is taken from the existing hair of the person and the production stage is started. The production stage can generally take 4-6 weeks. When prosthetic hair is ready, it is fixed to the head with special fasteners and medical solutions. 

In this process, one's own hair length to be at a certain level is useful. If the person's hair is not long, experts generally recommend that the hair be extended until prosthetic hair arrives. This will help 100% natural appearance of the model and design phase to be made during the application.