Maria Jaggard Salon

British Columbia's Premier Hair Replacement Centre

  604.534.5049
Thu, Feb 26th, 2009

Q. "Hi Brian. I have alopecia. It started as a loonie size patch and then grew to pretty much the back half and sides of my head. I have been undergoing treatment - injections, cortisone and rogain. I know it will come back, maybe not for good, some if it already has grown back and inch and a half!!! My question is, do you think I can get extensions on the new hair?

Thanks! Your web site is awesome, it looks like you guys really do some good things for people."

 A. Thanks for the compliment on my website. I just launched it a couple of weeks ago and I'm interested in what you think about it.

Yes, you can get extensions on the new hair. Maria would look at it first - she's a pretty good judge of what kind of hair you have growing in. We use a totally new type of hair extension - closeups are shown on the website adn we have many more pics of clients here in our salon. They don't pull on your existing hair (which can cause traction alopecia). They're also long lasting, easy to maintian and don't leave any lumps or bumps on your head like other extensions.

We don't charge for a consultation so if you'd like to come in, just give me a call.

Regards

Brian Jaggard

Maria Jaggard Salon 604-534-5049

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Please Note: Dr. Jerry Shapiro is internationally recognized as one of the best hair loss doctors in the world.

A Funny Story....

In the Spring, I went to visit Dr. Shapiro and my mom came with me for support. We were waiting in his office. When he came in, he went straight to my mom (her hair is not thin) and started examining her scalp! I said "it is my hair, not my mom's!" His reaction was awesome. He said he never would have thought I was wearing a hair system and in fact, my hair looked more real than my mom's. Which was hilarious. Especialy coming from a hair specialist. I told him I got it from Maria and he went on to say it was one of the best hair systems he had ever seen, completely natural and undetectable.

 Alison