The Evolve effect cranial prosthesis

Finally A Custom Solution to Hair Loss!

Let's get you looking like yourself again while you work with your Dermatologist to treat your Hair Loss!

What is a Non-Surgical Hair Replacement?

Why we created The Evolve Effect Cranial Prosthesis 

To assist in the inner healing of women suffering from hair loss by supplying them with top-quality, easy-to-wear, natural looking hair solutions.

Did you know?

Non-Surgical Hair Replacement can be covered by your Healthcare Insurance Plan!

Cranial Prosthesis / Non surgical hair replacement

Medical Hair Replacements are formally known as a Cranial Prosthetic / Prosthesis. Cranial Prosthesis is the Medical term for a wig. Cranial Prosthesis can only be custom made or custom fitted and made with only Raw Human Hair. 

Non-Surgical Hair replacement can also be called a Cranial Prosthetic. The only difference is the Non-Surgical Hair Replacement is hair that is semi permanently attached to the client's head to mimic natural hair.

Cranial prosthesis wigs are prosthetic hair solutions made for people suffering with hair loss due to medical conditions. Not only do they offer a natural looking appearance, but our cranial prosthetics are made with 100% raw human hair to ensure they look and feel as realistic as possible. Cranial prosthetics are prescribed from your doctor when medically diagnosed hair loss is prevalent. Our professionally trained hair prosthesis specialist Jessica Lamkpin, will guide you through The Evolve Effect's hair solution experience.

Types of Non-Surgical Hair Replacement

-Hair Piece (half wig/toupee/topper)

-A Combination of one of the above w/ traditional hair extensions

-Whole Wig

-All types can be installed for temporary or semi-permanent wear. 

Steps you should take and questions to ask when contacting your health care provider benefits department

Contact the benefits department for your health insurance and ask:

-Does your policy cover a cranial prosthesis?
-If it does, what type of prosthesis is covered (I.e. human hair wigs, synthetic wigs, etc.)
-How much of the cost do they cover?
-What specific terminology for a wig should the prescription contain?
-Is there required documentation they need to submit your claim? What is it?

Note: When reviewing your insurance policy and you don’t see cranial prosthesis listed, it doesn’t necessarily mean you don’t have coverage. We strongly recommend that you call your health insurance company and get pre-authorization.

Getting a precription for a Cranial Prosthesis from your doctor

  • Get a prescription for a “cranial prosthesis” from your doctor. Make sure that’s the correct terminology required by your health insurance provider. Also, include procedure code A9282. It’s important that the prescription does not say “wig” Because a wig is considered a fashion item, it is not medically necessary. The procedure code/number on your cranial prosthesis prescription is used to submit your insurance claim.
  • Add a personal touch. By having your doctor write a letter, you become more human, and not just a claimant. In the letter, your doctor can explain hair loss and its devastating effects on a recipient. Also, he/she can state that your prosthesis is not for cosmetic reasons, but for your emotional well-being.
  • Make sure you keep copies of all your invoices and documentation from your doctor for tax exemption purposes. Don’t forget to consult with your tax advisor regarding tax deductible items and medical bills.
  • If you are going to pay out-of-pocket or upfront initially, place your order online at or contact us at (909)-390-2466
  • After placing your order with, email with your order number. Let us know that you need a copy of your invoice for your cranial prosthesis prescription.
  • We will provide you with your invoice containing a notation that states Cranial Prosthesis and our tax ID number.
  • Send all documentation to your health insurance provider. This is includes your doctor’s prescription, completed insurance claim form, invoice from, and any other necessary forms.

How to begin your Cranial Prosthesis hair loss solution experience

Step 1: Call your health insurance and ask if "Cranial prosthesis" is covered through your health plan. (If not, that's okay! Still continue to step 2)

Step 2: Book an In-Person or Virtual consultation with our cranial prostheis specialist Jessica. 

You can do this here:

Step 3) Once we custom create your cranial prostheis you will have one fitting appoitnment to ensure the fit of your unit. This can be done in person or virtually. 

Step 4) Take your cranial prosthesis home and continue being your best self! 

Medical Departments We Serve

  • Dermatology

  • Internal Medicine 

  •  Cancer Centers 

  • Trichology

  • Oncology

  • Hair Loss Clinics

  • General Practice


Start your hair solution experience here!





About Medical Hair loss

At our cranial prosthesis center in Ontario CA, we offer medical hair loss solutions!

Our custom cranial prosthesis wigs and hair replacement solutions have helped individuals who are dealing with various types of hair loss.

Hair loss due to alopecia, chemical burns, as well as chemotherapy treatments can be covered with our hair loss  solutions. Your medical wig may even be covered by your health insurance plan! To see if you qualify, you should inquire with your provider.

Book a free in person or virtual consultation for more info about how to get your Cranial prostheis covered! 

  • Alopecia 
  • Chemotherapy 
  • Trichotillomania

Alopecia areata is a common autoimmune disorder that often results in unpredictable hair loss It affects roughly 6.8 million people in the United States and 147 million people worldwide. In most cases, hair falls out in small patches around the size of a quarter. There may be only a few patches, but alopecia areata can affect wider areas of the scalp.

If there is a complete loss of hair on the scalp, doctors diagnose alopecia totalis. If there is hair loss throughout the entire body, the condition is called alopecia universalis.

Alopecia can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or race, though most cases develop before the age of 30. Hair loss can appear in many different ways, depending on what's causing it. It can come on suddenly or gradually and affect just your scalp or your whole body.

Signs and symptoms of hair loss may include:

Gradual thinning on top of head. This is the most common type of hair loss, affecting people as they age. In men, hair often begins to recede at the hairline on the forehead. Women typically have a broadening of the part in their hair. An increasingly common hair loss pattern in older women is a receding hairline (frontal fibrosing alopecia).

Circular or patchy bald spots. Some people lose hair in circular or patchy bald spots on the scalp, beard or eyebrows. Your skin may become itchy or painful before the hair falls out.

Sudden loosening of hair. A physical or emotional shock can cause hair to loosen. Handfuls of hair may come out when combing or washing your hair or even after gentle tugging. This type of hair loss usually causes overall hair thinning but is temporary.

Full-body hair loss. Some conditions and medical treatments, such as chemotherapy for cancer, can result in the loss of hair all over your body. The hair usually grows back.

Patches of scaling that spread over the scalp. This is a sign of ringworm. It may be accompanied by broken hair, redness, swelling and, at times, oozing. See your doctor if you are distressed by persistent hair loss in you or your child and want to pursue treatment. For women who are experiencing a receding hairline (frontal fibrosing alopecia), talk with your doctor about early treatment to avoid significant permanent baldness.

Cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, can cause hair loss. This type of hair loss is usually temporary, and the hair will typically grow back after treatment is finished. However, some people may experience permanent hair loss as a result of cancer treatment.

Chemotherapy and radiation cause hair loss because they're designed to target rapidly growing cancer cells. However, they also impact other rapidly growing cells throughout the body, including normal cells that grow new hair of all types, from the hair on your head to armpit, body and pubic hair.

Although there are no treatments that have been proven to prevent hair loss during cancer treatment, getting a cranial prostheis can help one regain self conidence while pushing through their hair loss and cancer journey.

Trichotillomania, also known as trich, is when someone cannot resist the urge to pull out their hair. They may pull out the hair on their head or in other places, such as their eyebrows or eyelashes. Trich is more common in teenagers and young adults. People with trich feel an intense urge to pull their hair out and they experience growing tension until they do. After pulling their hair out, they feel a sense of relief.

A person may sometimes pull their hair out in response to a stressful situation, or it may be done without really thinking about it.

Most people with trich pull out hair from their scalp, but some pull out hair from other areas, such as their:



-beard or moustache

-Bald patches on the head may have an unusual shape and affect 1 side of the head more than the other.

Trich may cause feelings of shame and low self-esteem. Those affected may try to keep their condition to themselves. It's not entirely clear what causes trich. It could be: your way of dealing with stress or anxiety a chemical imbalance in the brain, similar to obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), changes in hormone levels during puberty

For some people, hair pulling can be a type of addiction. The more they pull their hair out, the more they want to keep doing it. The good news is most major helth plans cover Trich! Trich and be covered with a custom made unit!

  • Payment options
  • Insurance Companies and Cranial Prosthesis Coverage
  • Types of Hair Loss Covered By Insurance

What To Do If Your Insurance Won’t Cover Your Wig Cost

We offer custom made wigs on our site!

You can still book a virtual or in person consultation even if you're just purchasing a regular custom made unit and not a crinial prosthesis. Our custom made units come in 4 textures and you can customize it on our site before checkout. These units are not covered by your health insurance.

We offer different payment plan options online. Including: Klarna, Sezzle, Shop pay, and Affirm

Invoice Payment Plan 

This option is only offered to those who book a consultation with our cranial prostheisis specialist. This plan is not covered by your insurance. Processing for your unit begins once 100% of the payment plan is paid. You can ask about this option during your consultation.

Local Resouces 

Speak to your social worker or doctor about local resources! Call your local division of the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, the American Caner Society, and other foundations. Depending on their requirements, you may be able to quality for financial assistance toward a wig or hair system purchase.

Popular health care companies

  • Blue Shield Blue Cross

    Wigs for hair loss due to treatment of cancer. Benefits for wigs are paid at 100% of the billed amount, limited to $350 for one wig per lifetime. Does not include cranial prosthesis.

  • Aetna

    Reimbursement rate for participating providers of wigs (cranial prostheses) diagnosis code A9282 is $1,000.

  • Tricare

    You will need a prescription from your physician with the diagnosis code A9282 for a cranial prosthesis to qualify for a medical wig.

  • Medicare

    Because Medicare considers wigs to be cosmetic, they aren’t covered under Original Medicare Part A or B, even with a doctor’s prescription.

  • United Healthcare

    Coverage for wigs, hair prosthesis is excluded unless specifically listed as a covered health care service.

Hair Loss Covered By Insurance

  • Alopecia
  • Kidney Related Hair Loss
  • Hair Loss Caused by Cancer
  • Hair Loss Due to Chemotherapy
  • Radiation Related Hair Loss
  • Hair Loss Due to Thyroid Problems
  • Medical Hair Loss Due to Life and Environmental Changes, Thinning and/or Balding, Genetics, Stress, Aging, Reaction to Medical Illness

What Our Customers Are Saying



How do I make an Appointment for a Consultation? 

Can I just shop online? 

Yes! You can get a fully customized Custom Hair Solution experience online by first taking the quiz and then checking out the recommendations offered to you. However, if you still have questions, you can always go to the consults page and book a virtual or in store consultation to help you make the best decision

Do your wigs come with a warranty?

Yes, all of our Custom Hair Solutions come with a 60 day warranty that covers abnormal shedding or tangling; loose tracks, combs, elastic bands and fit. Ready to ship and clearance wigs are not covered by the warranty.

Do you sell Hair Extensions other than Wigs? 

Yes, we sell Tape ins, clip ins, wefted hair, frontals, closures and toppers. However, we do not keep a large inventory physically instock. Call first to see if we have what you need instock ready for immediate purchase. If not, we normally can have it in store with in 3-5 bus days of your order. 

Do you Sell Toppers? 

Yes we do. You can only purchase toppers currently by booking a consultation either in store or virtually. 

Do you have wigs for children? 

Yes we do, we recommend any purchases for a child are done via in store consultation

Do you offer wig or extension installation services? 

Yes! You can give us a call or email to book your instore installation services