SMP for men

Many men suffer from hair loss, more specifically male pattern baldness. This is a hereditary condition that causes sudden hair loss which usually begins with receding from the hairline and thinning of the crown. Male pattern baldness is measured using the norwood scale to help identify the progression.

Scalp micropigmentation can help men suffering from this condition by implanting pigment into the scalp to create the illusion of hair follicles. A full scalp treatment can give a man the look of a full head of cropped hair. As well as changing the physical appearance, scalp micropigmentation can really help someone psychologically by improving their self confidence.

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SMP for Women

For women one of their biggest fears can be losing their hair. They do not usually lose their hair the same way men do and full hair loss is not as common. Women tend to lose volume in a diffuse manner around the temples and crown of the head.

With scalp micropigmentation, replicated hair follicles can be deposited into the scalp between the hairs to reduce the contrast between the hair and the scalp. This will give the illusion of a full, thick head of hair, making the thinning completely unnoticeable. Scalp micropigmentation is not a cure for hair loss, rather it is the worlds leading solution that is giving people across the world confidence again.

SMP for Alopecia

Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss. The most common form of alopecia is areata – This is where hair loss happens in small coin sized patches that leave noticeable gaps of hair on your scalp. These patches can come and go or sometimes they connect, making bigger bald areas and leading to more severe kinds of alopecia, where full hair loss can appear across the scalp and other parts of the body.

Alopecia areata can be treated by scalp micropigmentation. Rather than curing the hair loss scalp micropigmentation camouflages hair loss by implanting pigment into the the balding areas to create the illusion of hair follicles. This can also be done across the whole scalp giving the illusion of a full head of shaved hair or disguising the hair loss amongst the natural hair.

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SMP for Scarring

Scarring on the scalp is usually very noticeable due to the lack of hair follicles in the scarred area. The majority of scars we see are from hair transplants whether it was follicular unit transplantation (FUT) or follicular unit extraction (FUE).

Scalp micropigmentation can conceal scalp scarring by replicating hair follicles in and around the scar to help the scar to blend in with the existing hair follicles, making the scar up to 90% camouflaged. The technique used for scalp micropigmentation can also help to revive health to the damaged skin.

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