What Is scalp micropigmentation?


Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is an innovative treatment that replicates the look of thicker, fuller hair. Experienced practitioners use micro-fine needles to apply a patented formula of pigment (ink) to the scalp, producing thousands of tiny impressions that give the appearance of hair, similar to the artist’s technique of stippling. This cost-effective treatment can be used to complement existing hair restoration or as an option for those seeking a non-surgical cure for all forms of hair loss.

SMP may be used to conceal wounds from hair transplants or another scarring, as well as to fill in thinning areas to make them look denser. It is indeed a viable choice for men and women suffering from extreme hair loss. It is a quick fix for hair loss that doesn’t involve surgery, scarring and downtime.

Types of scalp micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation is not a one scenario solution for hair loss, it can be used to combat a number of diferent hair loss related issues. This can vary from covering scars from failed hair transplants, to covering the affects of various forms of Alopecia.

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For Women

Scar Camouflage

Alopecia

What Is scalp micropigmentation?


If there is hope for men who are losing their hair, there are fewer options for completely bald men. Scalp Micropigmentation is one of them. It produces a hairline and the shape of the hair. It doesn’t penetrate the skin as deeply as tattooing and the hue of pigment is matched to your natural hair color and skin tone.

Scalp Micropigmentation is widely recognized as the most successful cosmetic treatment for hair loss on a global scale. Advanced training and experience, as well as cutting-edge equipment and only the finest, all natural-pigments, are needed for SMP. The artist tattoos hair follicles into the upper dermal layer of the scalp to resemble real hair follicles in areas of hair loss, whether complete scalp or sections of the scalp. While standing next to someone who has had one, it is imperceptible from a real thing. However, for a long-lasting and realistic work, a detailed understanding of the structure and complexity is important. This customized procedure will surely help you resolve all your hair problems.