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Client Case Study: Post-Cancer Treatment

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Client Case Study: Trichotillomania

Trichotillomania (also known as "trichotillosis") which is classified as an impulse control disorder by DSM-IV, is the compulsive urge to pull out one's own hair leading to noticeable hair loss, distress, and social or functional impairment, and in some cases one may even consume the hair. It is often chronic and difficult to treat. Extensions on Broadway has extensive experience with Trichotillomania, and has satisfied customers with the best techniques of hair replacement possible.

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Client Case Study: Erin

Erin has 3 methods: 2 rows of sewn in tracks, underneath layers and sides are skin-base strips and fill-in spots toward front hairline and around ear are single keratin protein bonds.

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This client has a full lace top-of-the-head hairwear.  She opts to shave what existing hair she has to create a new flat, scalp-like hair and comes in every 3 weeks for reapplication..

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Client Case Study: Andrea

Andrea's extensions are all keratin protein bond method.

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