Hairline Clinic offering variety of services
|Rob Hoffman, owner and president of Hairline Clinic, shown above with his wife, Pat, is a customer of his business, located at 1525 Home Ave.|
|Photo courtesy of Rob Hoffman|
Owned by its president, Rob Hoffman, the business is located at 1525 Home Ave. and also has a site in Independence.
Hoffman said the Hairline Clinic services include both surgical and nonsurgical procedures. The business also sells wigs and hairpieces and has a doctor on staff to prescribe various medications that combat thinning hair.
“All our work begins with a consultation where we review budgets, time commitments and discuss options to achieve a desired look,” said Hoffman.
The surgical option is a hair transplant performed by a doctor with 25 years of experience and his staff, he said. Hoffman said clients choosing this must have enough real hair to transplant into areas that have little.
“There are two ways of doing this, with one of them offered exclusively at the clinic,” said Hoffman. “This method leaves no scar and is painless. Transplants have gotten so good that when the hair grows in, it is virtually impossible to tell the difference.”
Hoffman added transplants replace lost hair but do not stop further hair loss.
The Hairline Clinic also offers an exclusive organic-based hair expander that fills voids in hair shafts with microscopic fibers, according to Hoffman. The product reacts with the heat of a hairdryer to expand and swell the hair 30 percent to 50 percent. One application lasts up to six weeks.
“The hair looks fuller and is easier to style,” said Hoffman. “Customers will see immediate results. Hairline Clinic is offering an introductory price of $69 for this treatment.”
Another option is laser hair therapy, which Hoffman said can stop hair loss in about 90 percent of the people and stimulate growth. Applications should be done twice a week, he said.
“This is a good option, especially for women who are thinning since they cannot take some of the medications available due to the risk of birth defects,” he said. “Customers can also purchase a cost-effective laser for home use.”
Wigs and hairpieces, along with maintenance and salon services, also are available at the clinic.
“These hairpieces are so real that it is difficult to tell the difference,” said Hoffman. “They create a fuller look, and their advantage is color and looks can be changed.”
Special chemotherapy wigs also are available and are free for children 18 and younger.
Several prescription medicines also can be prescribed to combat thinning hair.
“The Hair Clinic has highly trained and skilled staff that have received national awards and can help clients look their best,” said Hoffman.
The Hairline Clinic is open Tuesdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is closed Sundays and Mondays.
For additional information, call 330-633-5225 or visit the website www.hairline.com.
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