The team at Centre Capillaire France Godard can help you find the right treatment for hair loss. In the Laval region, we help people struggling with a number of different problems to find the right hair solutions! Learn more about what we can do for you and contact us for an appointment.
Men’s Hair Loss
In men, hair loss is most often either genetic or due to an uncontrolled sebum level. Men’s balding usually progresses slowly over several years, but the cycle can be accelerated by any number of biological and environmental factors. At the Centre, our team can find the appropriate treatment for you! If the hair loss is too advanced, we can offer you an instant hair replacement solution.
Women’s Hair Loss
An increasingly common phenomenon, hair loss in women is influenced by hormonal, environmental, dietary and physiological factors. Whether temporary or permanent, androgenic alopecia can be treated by our team. If the hair loss is too advanced, we can offer you an instant hair replacement solution.
Did You Know?
Men and women have between 100,000 and 150,000 hairs on their head, and lose an average of 50 to 100 hairs per day. If you are losing more than 100 hairs a day, you probably have a hair loss problem.
Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy– $500 grants available
Partial or total hair loss is the side effect most commonly associated with chemotherapy and cranial radiotherapy, and is considered by most men and women to be the most physically and emotionally devastating. In fact, many patients find that it is as difficult to deal with hair loss as it is to deal with cancer itself.
In order to make sure you get your hairpiece (or wig) on time, we recommend that you make an appointment with our team before the start of your treatment. You'll be able to choose the style and colour of your hairpiece that best reflects your usual hairstyle, and your hairpiece will be available when your hair starts to fall out. You will have peace of mind in your healing process.
Alopecia Areata– $500 grants available
Alopecia areata, also called spot balding, is a disease that causes hair loss on the head and the rest of the body. It initially presents with one or more small, round patches and affects men and women of all ages. Young people are most often affected. The hair can sometimes grow back, but can also fall out again. Alopecia areata is not a nervous disorder and affected people cannot control the disease. At the Centre, we can offer you appropriate treatments to fight this kind of hair loss, as well as many other solutions.
Seasonal Hair Loss
Hair follicle cells are constantly being renewed! However, in the spring and fall, this renewal is accelerated. To ensure optimal regrowth, the new hair needs a healthy environment without sebum. Poor hair hygiene or excessive residues can actually prevent regrowth. Special attention should be paid to these accelerated regrowth periods. We recommend performing appropriate treatments twice a year for better hair health.
Hair Loss After Pregnancy
Did you know that hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause hair loss after the baby arrives? This occurs mostly during the first few months after delivery. Hair usually grows back naturally, but a hair treatment can help stimulate regrowth – check out our treatments!
Kamitek is a treatment for partial hair loss on the head and forehead. These natural fibres can be used with any type of hair:
Vegetable fibres are 100% natural and safe for the scalp.
They measure between 0.03 and 0.05 mm, and are heavy enough to stay in place, but light enough so you don’t feel them.
They are undetectable to the naked eye, giving a natural look to your hair.
They have antibacterial properties.
They will not rub off or stain clothes.
They are weather resistant (wind, rain, etc.).
They are perspiration resistant.
They stay in place until the next shampoo.
They can be combined with hair transplantation and preventive treatments.
Each 22g bottle allows up to 65 applications.
The product is available in several colours.