Whether the cause is genetics, medication or stress, the loss of hair can be addressed in many ways. Medications such as Rogaine and Propecia work for some. Hair transplant surgery might, or might not, be right for you. And among your non-surgical hair loss treatments are hair systems, also known as a “hair replacement” or a “toupee.”

These are not your father’s toupees or your mother’s wigs. The techniques and technologies of 21st-century hair systems have redefined what it means to fight alopecia. Baldness is now truly just an option, in part because the hair replacement application is semipermanent. There is a broad range of what you can do to address thinning, patches or even advanced hair loss, and the solutions can be finely adapted to your head, your individual hair loss condition and your style preferences.

A modern hair system is also about common sense. The hair system that works for a 28-year-old will be quite different from what is right for a 58-year-old. There is a more natural, more realistic way of giving people back the hair they once had through a quality hair integration system. Just as important, this approach to managing hair loss is noninvasive.

Maintenance and cost questions can be answered upfront. Are you athletic? Then the type of bond you choose will matter. Like to change styles? It is possible. On a budget? Investigate which hair replacement plan fits your available resources.

When you understand more about your options, you’ll be better able to work with an appropriate stylish as well. Professional stylists understand both technical and aesthetic features of good hair systems. When hair systems stylists are really good, they understand you and your needs. Help that along by reading up on the topic.