Frequently Asked Questions

Is the CNC system a wig?

No. Unlike a wig, the CNC system is a bio medical material that is both anti-fungal and anti-microbial. The system precisely mirrors your scalp, hairline and original direction of growth creating a second scalp. Once attached a client can achieve a full active life style, swimming, sports and activities can all be undertaken as normal. Clients can also style their new hair however they choose.

Is the CNC system a transplant?

No, the system is non-invasive and non-surgical. There is no risk of incompatibility or rejection.

Can both men and women use the CNC system?

Yes. The system is suitable for both men and women and is designed for full or partial hair loss.

How much does it cost?

Pricing varies based on the quantity/area of hair loss & also the length of hair required. Each CNC system can be produced to almost any size and length of hair therefore a comprehensive consultation is required to provide accurate pricing.

Can the system leave permanent marks or scars?

There is no risk of scars or tissue damage. The system has been dermatologically-tested in conjunction with leading universities. In addition clients undergo an allergy patch test prior to commencement of fitting.

Will the CNC system damage hair regrowth?

No, the system should not affect hair regrowth. CNC relies on a hypo-allergenic system that has been dermatologically tested and designed to maintain a normal healthy scalp and skin ‘breathability’, CNC also offers antibacterial protection for your skin.

Does CNC work?

The CNC System is completely safe and has been developed by Cesare Ragazzi Laboratories – a world renowned company in the field of scientific research into hair and scalp disorders, and the development of effective treatments. Since opening its first clinic over forty years ago, Cesare Ragazzi has treated over a million clients from around the world and is now available in over 23 countries, including Australia.

Can I change the colour or cut?

Yes. The CNC system is practical and very functional: you can alter your hairstyle and use styling products such as gel, hairspray, mousse etc.

How do I maintain my hair prosthesis system?

You will receive ongoing aftercare under the guidance from your CRLab consultant. We recommend you book a service appointment approximately every 4 weeks (client dependant) to sanitise the prosthesis and then have it professionally refitted.

Where is it available?

CRLab is the exclusive certified supplier of the Cesare Ragazzi CNC system in Australia. We are located in Port Melbourne, Victoria. Contact us to book your next appointment.

Do I have to shave my hair?

No – The CNC system and the flexible bio medical adhesive used to attach are designed to be securely grafted over your natural hair.

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