The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 1, 1997 · Page 83
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 83

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, December 1, 1997
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ADVERTISEMENT eAtIs. CHI M1-820-4332 For Atfvorttelng Information Ml 581-820-4332 For Advarttalng Information Business tPPOCDDGO Business & Industrial C3el!7QeLnJ ADVERTISEMENT uisic nnn nn BrandiG Meaping aicfl secuice Hois1 Processionals, inc. raises the standards oP hais roplacemenf systems and 'micro grafting' foe1 tail voue1 NGcacing Aid Heeds V ri my work." ' Dan and Andrea came together under a common belief; that the average customer wants to know their choices among the different systems; they expdlb careful, professional service during their appointments and that the customer deserves thorough follow-through after the initial sale. "Follow through is the biggest problem with hair replacement centers," said Green. "We don't believe in the cookie-cutter approach to hair replacement,' -nor do we use high pressure to make sales. Everyone is like family to us and we teach each of our clients the secrets to owning and wearing a beautiful rSir replacement system." Along with the HRS, hair transplanting through a process called 'micro grafting' has become very popular within the Owner, Phillip C. Kribbs & Hearing Aid Specialist, Kate Kribbs use the computer OTO-Videoscope to examine the ear of Secretary, Marie Duffy. T rTT Nr Dan Green and Andrea Stone of It's not enough that Marv Albert was wading up to his eyeballs in legal trouble but he was also charged, in the court of public opinion, with failure to use good taste in choosing his hairpiece. Public ridicule came in fast and cruel, as it sometimes does when discussing the hair impaired. The truth is, having a receding (or disappearing) hairline is bad enough; but trying to remedy the situation with a bad 'rug' is even worse. Fortunately, these days you don't just buy a hairpiece, you invest in a Hair Replacement System (HRS). It's a sophisticated remedy for premature baldness and it's light years ahead of what was available just 10 years ago. The key, however, is not just in the quality of the system because today's discriminating buyer can easily recognize brown nylon from actual human hair. The secret is to find a talented hairdresser who is part Jose' in their styling techniques and part Da Vinci with his artistic eye looking out for your best interest. Welcome to Hair Professionals, Inc. Their manager, Dan Green, has over 30 years of experience in hair replacement. He oversees Hair Professionals, Inc., which was recently merged with a well-established hair replacement office owned by Tom Pense, a 26 year expert with a sterling reputation in Palm Beach County. Hair Professionals Inc. is located in the same building at 1784 N. Congress Avenue, just Vi mile south of Okeechobee Boulevard. Dan and Andrea Stone, a co-owner, pay special attention to color and volume of hair, both of which tip off the" average person' v Hair Professionals, Inc. if the color doesn't match perfectly and if the client has too much hair for his age group. "The right color and thickness make a 'system' look natural, but the right styling makes it look attractive," notes Mr. Green. "We use many avenues to create the 'right look', including using permanent wave techniques, following heredity gray patterns, special attention to matching the right color gray, espeically at the temples and color matching the entire head, not just where it meets the 'system'". "We also consider the shape of the face when designing a new hair style," noted Andrea. "We will even consult old photographs if the client feels that was when he looked the best." Andrea is a former British native who trained in England as a hair dresser. While there, she became interested in the creative work of hair replacement systems. "It takes more attention to detail to develop an attractive HRS," Andrea pointed out. "And unlike getting a regular haircut, my customers really appreciate No Points I 1st Mortgages First Time ; Home Buyers ; ConvFHAVA Jumbo Loans to 5 Million . Loans to 125 of Homes 2nd dent provider, Kribbs can match the patient with the best hearing aids at the most reasonable prices. "We also work with some local ear specialists if any medical problem is detected," Kribbs noted. "At AAA All Brands Hearing Aid Service, I will deal with you personally, at all times. For those who need service on the hearing aids that they now own, we repair all makes and models of hearing instruments. 'We also supply HMO services and offer special pricing to all other insurance participants. Because there should be no misunderstanding , about how much HMO's pay, you should consider a consultation at AAA All Brands. I can save you money on most of your HMO and all of your AARP discounts!" Mr. Kribbs is one of the area's first certified specialists in the fitting of the Completely-ln-The-Canal hearing aids (C.I.C.'s). Mr. Kribbs also advised that there is much better hearing help for the severe to profoundly hard of hearing person today. "I am also fitting 'Digitally Programmable Hearing Aids' that I actually program through my computer for each person's individual needs. This now enables us to make soft sounds louder, and loud sounds softer." AAA All Brands Hearing Aid Service (561) 6S5-1722 3713 South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL (a few blocks north of Southern Boulevard) For the utmost in integrity and - - experience in hearing aid service.- - - If you are one of the many people who need hearing aids to maintain a normal life, you either know Phillip C. Kribbs or you should. Kribbs is the owner of AAA All Brands Hearing Aid Service. As a Florida Licensed Hearing Aid Specialist and N.B.C.H.I.S. in hearing instrument sciences, he is highly qualified, after twenty years in the industry, to be your complete hearing aid provider. He brings to his work a dedication to his patients which includes ensuring that they receive the finest equipment and service at the fairest possible prices. "I have a strong belief in the concept of gearing my business toward low overhead so that the most people possible can benefit from my service and products," Kribbs recently told the Business & Industrial Review. "I personally own and operate this business and I am not involved in any strip mall operation with high shopping center rents, nor am I part of any chain of hearing aid centers. What I do is provide personal, individual attention to every patient, giving them the benefit of dealing one-to-one with a professional in the hearing aid industry. I feel good about that." Hearing aid fitting is more of an art than a science, and only true hands-on years of experience can help a hearing aid specialist achieve success and satisfaction for most of his clients. "I also do not pay commissions to sales people or hefty salaries to a testing staff." And because AAA All Brands Hearing Aid Service 1s an" Indepen- last i.uu(jie ui yeais. inbw leui- nology now allows the transplanting of tiny, individual hairs. Hair Professionals, Inc. uses the expertise of Bernard Nusbaum, M.D., a board certified Dermatologist whose practice specializes only in hair replacement. Dr. Nusbaum has 20 years of experience in hair grafting. AM.. For more information, a free Question and Answer seminar . will be held on December 10 answering questions concerning Hair Replacement Systems and hair micro grafting. It will be attended by Dr. Nusbaum. For a complimentary consultation, call Hair Professionals, Inc. 1784 N. 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