TCC Hair is ready to provide you with an amazing hair loss solution, impeccable quality, and service you deserve. Due to our locations, we offer our clients complete privacy and anonymity, as they could be coming to the building to visit just about anyone. All solutions are completely personalized to each client. We serve women, men, and kids for medical and general purposes. You'll be taken care of like family and will no longer miss what's missing.About Us
Men have the same self image concerns when suffering from hair loss as women. TCC HAIR has options for men and boys to have full hair daily without surgery. Call today to schedule your private consultation.
TCC HAIR TEXAS has flexible payment options both online and in store. For online, LAY-BUY is at the end of checkout. For in store, clients can put down any amount with staff and call in or drop off future payments. 50% of cost is needed to put items in production. 100% is needed to pickup or ship. Non-refundable.
Clients: Consultation services are confidential and free. Clients can elect face-to-face or virtual appointment options. Each session is 1 hour. We look forward to seeing you!
Physicians: Request brochures for your office and/or meeting with TCC.
Q: What, exactly, is a TCC Hair System?
A: The TCC Hair System is an advanced hair-prosthesis system that originates from The Carissa Collection in Nashville, TN. The current design was developed in 2017, designed for general cosmetic, hair loss, or thinning hair.
Q: How do you determine whether or not a person is a candidate for this procedure?
Designing a TCC Hair Unit begins with a private consultation during which staff sit down with a client and understand needs and expectations. A questionnaire is asked to ensure customer satisfaction. Measurements are taking of the scalp to ensure security, natural look and feel, needs, and desired characteristics for the system. Once completed, the prosthesis is secured to the client's scalp with or without adhesive. Both options of the prosthesis allows the client to wash, style, and be physically active with their TCC Unit in complete confidence.
Q: Is everyone with any kind of hair loss a candidate for hair restoration via this system?
A: Yes. The TCC Unit benefits men, women, and children with or without hair loss.
Q: What are the potential side effects or ill effects of the system?
A: There are no potential side or ill effects because it is a non-surgical hair replacement system.
Q: How is this prosthesis different or better than a hairpiece, weave, or other type of hair-replacement alternative?
A: The TCC Hair Unit is an advanced cosmetic hair-replacement system. Even those with sensitive scalps can wear the unit without any issues. Traditional hair weaves requires thick hair for security and 2-4 week maintenance. This type of application could cause hair loss from tension. Not only tension, but hygiene could be a problem as the wearer is unable to wash their natural hair fully to ensure a clean and healthy scalp. With hair-transplant surgery, the patient must have enough of his or her own hair or “donor hair” to transplant to the area of hair loss. Hair loss due to autoimmune conditions such as alopecia areata, totalis, and universalis, as well as scarring alopecias, are not candidates for hair transplantation. The TCC Hair Unit is a wonderful option for all of these cases.
Q: What is the cost range for the entire process and prosthesis?
Overall, costs are based on density, color, and length of hair. The cost of a TCC Hair Unit hair system (scalp prosthesis) starts at $400.
Q: What kind of maintenance is required, how much does it cost, and how often is it needed?
A: Since this is a cosmetic hair-replacement system, clients can wash and style their unit as if it were their own hair. Another option is to have TCC staff wash, style, and re apply the unit. Visits are conducted in private and include wash, cut, re-color, and styling. Visits range from $65 to $550.
Q: How long does the prosthesis last and is there a guarantee?
A: The prosthesis is completely custom-designed to the wearer and is worn every day, 24/7. Typically, the prosthesis lasts about 12 months.
Q: Do you have a visual of density types?