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The Hair Management Group is private, caring, sensitive, and knowledgeable. We are prepared to assist in restoring confidence in one's appearance as it relates to hair and wigs, in accordance to your lifestyle. Our service and dedication to our clients are unsurpassed. We are committed to quality and excellence, and we adhere to the highest standards in the industry.


Services include but are not limited to the following:

  • Comprehensive Client Consultation, Utilizing a Tricholoscope And The Compass System
  • Thinning Hair Solutions for Women
  • Damaged Hair Recovery Treatment
  • Hair Detoxification Treatment
  • Hair and Scalp Restoration
  • Scalp Exfoliation Treatment
  • Non-surgical Hair Duplication
  • Invisible Hair System
  • Custom Cranial Prosthesis
  • Laser Hair Therapy
  • Custom Made Human Hair Wigs (top of head/full head system)
  • The Latest Methods of Hair Extensions
  • Organic Product and Essential Oils Steam Treatment
  • Natural Hair Transitioning
  • Natural Hair Silkening

HMG offers a full array of the most advanced professional hair loss products for home maintenance, including FDA approved Hand Held Laser Combs, Hair Growth Stimulators, DHT blockers, Hair Growth Revitalizers, Hair Growth Supplements, Certified Organic Shampoos and Conditioners and much more.. We offer everything needed to continue your treatment regimen at home.


If you notice hair thinning and fall-out ask yourself some tough questions and be honest with your answers!


Q: Are you aware of any hormonal abnormalities or are you already on any medication for hormonal issues?
Many different hormone fluctuations, abnormalities, birth control regimens and medications can be associated with hair loss so if you can see no other reason why hair loss would be occurring, check in with your primary care physician for blood testing.

Q: How do you treat your hair on a daily basis?
Tight ponytails and headbands, chemical hair treatments, improper use of heated styling tools can all cause breakage, called local trauma. Discuss your daily regimens with your trichologist who can identify local trauma by the patterns of breakage and teach you how to avoid and correct the problem. If they can't help you, they will refer you to a physician or dermatologist who can.

Q: Are you currently taking any medications?
Many medicines have a side-effect of hair loss, with steroids and chemotherapy the most obvious culprits among a very long list. Check with your physician and a trichologist if you notice hair loss, especially when starting a new medication regimen.

Q: Do you feel completely stressed-out?
Stress can affect your hair the same way it affects other major organs like the heart. Physical traumas as well as mental traumas can cause hair loss and thinning and many times cause hair problems three to six months after a traumatic event has occurred. Try to identify if this is the case or if your life is just too busy and try to make some changes.

Q: Is something going on in your scalp you are unaware of?
Your first line of defense here is your trichologist who can examine scalp and hair follicles and quickly identify product build-up, excessive sebum production, and fungal or other infections. These conditions can all reduce cell respiration at the bulb because sticky styling products not removed well enough attracts dirt and bacteria that plugs up pores and follicles leading to serious infections. If your trichologist notices any signs of infection, he will likely refer you to a dermatologist for treatment to resolve the situation.

Q: Are you noticing your hair is getting thinner and shedding more than normal?
A single hair's natural cycle is for it to grow for several years, then naturally fall out and be replaced by new growth. If hair fall-out exceeds hair growth then thinning or baldness may become noticeable. Hair thinning is also a common sign of aging as natural hormones reduce in production and can be seen by the pattern of the thinning. Women are predisposed to general thinning while men have genetically predisposed receptors located in certain areas which results in male pattern baldness.