Scalp Micro Pigmentation:
- Female Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)
- Male Pattern Baldness (Androgenic Alopecia)
- Alopecia (Areata, Totalis, Universalis)
- Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia (FFA)
- Scalp Scarring from an Injury
- Hair Transplant scars
- Thinning Hair
- Receding hairlines
- Crown hair loss
Hairloss on the scalp can be devastation on both men and women. It is important to have hair and it is hard when we lose it. Scalp Micro Pigmentation can be the most suitable solution for you if you prefer to opt for a non-surgical solution.
For Women: Using very fine needles pigments are implanted either in form of tiny dots or strokes during which hairs are simulated to give the appearance of a fuller set of hair. This is the perfect procedure for thinning hair whether it is due to Female pattern baldness, Alopecia Areata or Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia.
Most commonly women lose hair on the crown or the front hairline and it can have a real negative effect on the overall well being as hair to a woman is very important and a necessary part of the daily beauty routine. Women asking professionals, clinicians or the medical community what they can do about the condition are often told to just accept it. But hair loss can cause psychological damage and make women feel unattractive.
For optimum results, this procedure requires multiple treatments. Depending on the size of the affected area the first session can take 1-6 hours.
For Men: It is more common for men to lose hair and it is more natural and excepted, but it can be just as devastating. Hair makes us look more youthful and gives us more confidence and higher self-esteem. In the past, the only option for men to combat this condition was to receive hair restoration or hair transplant. This is often very expensive and has no instant gratification.
Another option is hairpieces but the maintenance is high as one has to commit to a redo every 6 weeks or so. For short hair, tiny dots are implanted to simulate a high-density look of a “Buzz Cut” or shaven look. For longer hairstyles the best candidates for this variation of SMP are those with intact hairlines and diffuse thinning, with an overall loss of hair density. There should be a decent coverage of hair in the crown area too. For example, this will not work on men where the frontal hairline has breached the boundaries. If this happens a long hairstyle will not work and the hair has to be kept buzz cut short to maintain an effective illusion.
SMP is also an option for those who have received hair transplants and are no left with an unsightly scar Depending on how large the affected area is 2-3 session is needed.
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