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Cosmetic Care

Restoring your sense of self

Look and feel your best throughout your cancer journey

Whether you’re going through cancer treatment, or have completed your care plan, persevering your self-identity can be an important part of recovery. These services are designed to help you do just that.

Cold Cap Therapy

One of the most common and distressing side effects of chemotherapy is hair loss. Cold cap therapy aims to prevent or minimize chemotherapy-induced hair loss. A special set of caps are cooled to very cold temperatures and worn on the head before, during and after each chemotherapy treatment. These cold temperatures constrict the blood vessels in the scalp, which may prevent some chemotherapy drugs from reaching the hair follicles, reducing or preventing hair loss. To be referred, speak with your doctor or nurse navigator to see if this treatment is right for you.

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Over My Head Boutique

From custom wigs to prosthetics and specialty skin care products, Over My Head helps patients look and feel their best. Located inside OhioHealth Bing Cancer Center, this unique boutique offers patients a place to go to feel better and gain more confidence during a difficult time in their lives.

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Living Story Tattoo

Living Story Tattoo offers tattooing for breast reconstruction patients and breast conditions requiring areola pigment or asymmetry correction. All tattooing is performed by Christina Siegel, RN, BSN. Christina has a great deal of experience working in plastic surgery offices in Columbus. She has also completed an apprenticeship with a local tattoo artist and trained with a tattoo artist who specializes in 3D areola tattooing. To learn more or schedule an appointment, contact Christina Siegel at (937) 470.5332 or livingstorytattoo@gmail.com.

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