Jenna binette

MAINE'S first Trichologist

hair loss and scalp specialist

What is a trichologist?

A Trichologist is a specialist with profound knowledge about the complex science of hair and scalp health. Their comprehensive education in biology, chemistry, and physiology equips them to recognize and tackle various reasons behind hair loss and damage. By conducting detailed analyses of hair and scalp conditions, they tailor solutions for issues such as hair thinning, alopecia and scalp disorders. Taking a holistic view, Trichologists aim to reveal root causes and offer complete treatment plans, ultimately boosting clients' confidence and overall wellness.

About Jenna 

Jenna has spent the past 8 years specializing in cutting hair. She has taken classes with the Vidal Sassoon Academy, Kerastase, L' Oreal Professionnel, and many nationally acclaimed artists. Throughout the years, she has developed her signature style combining her love of easy to wear haircuts with up-to-date trends. Jenna Prides herself on her thorough consultations to help achieve client expectations.

Throughout her time as a hairstylist, Jenna's become known for helping countless people achieve healthier hair and reach their hair goals. But she noticed a growing concern among clients—more and more were struggling with hair loss and scalp issues without knowing where to turn. This led Jenna to step into the field of Trichology.

Now, as a Trichologist, Jenna takes the time to understand your history, conducts in-depth examinations using microscopic analysis, and crafts a personalized treatment plan just for you.

If you or someone you know is dealing with hair loss or scalp problems, consider booking a consultation with Jenna. She's here to help you on your journey to healthier hair.

reasons to schedule an Evaluation

hair loss, thinning hair or alopecia

Hair loss can be influenced by a wide range of factors, with approximately 30-50 potential contributors at play. Whether your hair loss is a gradual or sudden occurrence, it often signifies underlying issues within your body. Our primary objective is to identify the specific causes of your hair loss, effectively address the hair fall, and initiate immediate measures to stimulate hair regrowth. By narrowing down the root causes, we can develop targeted strategies to halt further hair loss and promote the restoration of healthy hair.

Scalp conditions

If you're dealing with symptoms like itchiness, flakiness, or a tight scalp, it's possible that you're experiencing a scalp condition that can worsen if left untreated. However, there's good news! I can diagnose common scalp conditions such as dandruff, scalp irritation, psoriasis, eczema, or seborrheic dermatitis, and provide you with a straightforward treatment plan. You might be pleasantly surprised to learn that managing scalp conditions is often simpler than you might expect. So, let's work together to address your scalp concerns and restore comfort and health to your scalp.

Hair damage

If you're experiencing hair damage, it's likely that your hair has either undergone a traumatic event or has been subjected to long-term mistreatment. By carefully examining your hair routine and history, I can pinpoint the specific cause of the damage and work with you to develop a new and improved hair care regimen. Together, we can embark on a healthy hair journey that will promote the recovery and revitalization of your hair.

Ready to schedule an evaluation?

Click the appropriate link below to fill out an intake form. Once completed, you may move forward with scheduling an evaluation though the booking link below.

Hair loss 

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Scalp health 

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damaged hair

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3 month progress photo after being diagnosed by her Dermatologist with Lichen Planopilaris. Jenna created a personalized treatment plan to aid in regrowing her hair after she had experienced this auto immune condition. 

3 month treatment for Male pattern hair loss/ Androgenetic Alopecia using only four products at home.

6 months into treatment for female pattern hair loss / Androgenetic Alopecia. Left image was the first visit, midde image was 3 months into treatment, right image was taken 6 months into treatment. All images were taken of same area of the scalp.

Before and after treatment for Seborrheic Dermatitis. Note that the buildup of dead skin has been eliminated completely by using treatment to dissolve dead skin and buildup.