If You’re Considering Hair Replacement…

Hair loss is primarily caused by a combination of aging, a change in hormones, and a family history of baldness. As a rule, the earlier hair loss begins, the more severe the baldness will become. Hair loss can also be caused by burns or trauma, in which case hair replacement is considered a reconstructive treatment.

If you and your doctor have determined that hair transplants are the best option for you, you can feel comfortable knowing that board-certified plastic surgeons have been successfully performing this type of procedure for more than thirty years.

If you’re considering hair replacement, we will give you a basic understanding of the variety of procedures involved. It can’t answer all of your questions, since a lot depends on your individual circumstances. You can ask if there is anything you don’t understand about the procedure you plan to have.

Non-surgical hair replacement procedures attach a thin transparent layer of polyurethane to the scalp, forming a tight membrane which acts as ‘a second layer of skin’. The hair replacement membrane will have previously been implanted with human hair, customised to create a near as possible match with the patients existing hair characteristics. These detailed design specifications include a site specific colour match, density selection, direction of implant, hair wave, as well as crown and parting breaks amongst other features.

Even under close observation, at the scalp level, you’ll swear it’s growing form your  own scalp.

The new skin is porous. Water, heat and shampoo pass through giving your scalp the ability to “BREATH”

How We Do It At InVision.


Mr. Qavi Khan. At INVISION  

Even under close observation, at the scalp

level, you’ll swear it’s growing form

your  own scalp 

The new skin is porous.

Water, heat and shampoo

pass through giving your

scalp the ability to “BREATH”

Step 1:

We start by taking hair samples of the client. It is then carefully matched to other human hair based on the color, texture, length and wave pattern.

Step 2:

The next step is very important and is the key to making your new hair look so real. We create a matrix of crisscrossing, transparent fiber fitted and shaped to the clients’s thinning area. It is virtually invisible so it will take on the color of your skin. Anywhere you part the hair you will see your own scalp. More importantly, the matrix is porous. This is essential in that water, shampoo, heat and sweat may pass through the matrix giving your scalp the ability to “breathe”. In the shower you can actually feel the water hitting your scalp. Your own hair
can continue to grow  unobstructed.

this matrix, your new hair is added strand by strand, by hand ,
in the same natural way that it grows. There is a spiraling on
combing your hair, we will create a part or direction of the
hair for easy styling.

What this means is that when you
brush your hair it all blends together, If someone were to touch
your hair it would feel normal. Not only is the hair easy to
style but you don’t have to worry about roughing it up. your can
go swimming, biking, jogging, any where life takes you. This is
your hair!

Step 3:

Finally, you’ll have one of our
experienced hair
stylists cut your hair into a style your like. We can create
dozens of different hair styles. What most clients do is bring
in photos of themselves when they had more hair or even bring in
pictures form current fashion magazines. One thing we won’t do
is give you a hairstyle you don’t want. We take into
consideration your age and facial structure and work with you to
give you a style that will compliment you. That’s why InVision
has the reputation of being the BEST.


Partial hair additions are attached in a variety of techniques.
Either the existing hair or the skin are the anchor sites.


Modern day advancements in products along with the technical
skills of an experienced specialist are essential. The most
important factor is the client him/herself. He or she must spend
the required time to keep the hair addition looking its best.



Males and females undergoing chemotherapy and newly diagnosed
patients with alopecia areata should request a full prosthesis.
Due to the nature of chemotherapy, all hair will likely be lost
and a partial hair addition may be useless. With alopecia areata,
the condition may not be stable and focusing in on one area may
only be a temporary solution.


Temporary usage of hair additions while undergoing lengthy hair
transplant sessions is becoming increasingly popular with many
men and women who do not wish to appear “under construction”
while in public.

Many successful transplants will take from 1 to 2 years to