The process is divided into separate sessions, until enough density has created the look of a full head of hair. The number of sessions required to complete each client varies, though usually completed within 3-4 sessions (each session being 2-3 hours).
More sessions are required for women, between 4-6 sessions is generally needed to make a visible difference. You should allow one week in between each session for proper healing.
Implanting pigments will not damage your existing hair follicles. SMP is very beneficial as clients may experience regrowth and strengthening of hair follicles.
Restore Your Hairline
SMP is an effective way to restore your receded hairline. Scalp Designs uses an 8 point symmetrical system to design any hairline with precise measurements. You can opt for your original hairline, or choose type of hairline you want. Some of our clients like to bring in an imagen as a reference.
Hide Pattern Baldness
SMP hides the appearance of pattern baldness by adding pigmentation directly to the bald or thinning areas of your scalp, decreasing the contrast between the hair and the thinning areas and creating a fuller, thicker look.
Scalp micropigmentation is a long-lasting solution suitable for any stage of pattern baldness.
Camoflage scalp scars
Although they’re small, scalp scars can do untold damage to anyone’s self-esteem. They may draw negative attention, and unfortunately, in some circumstances, elicit a comment or two.
Scalp Micropigmentation is an excellent way to conceal even the most noticeable scars left behind after hair transplants, medical procedures, incidents, or other scalp trauma and create the appearance of a thicker, fuller head of hair.
Our scar camouflage treatment process varies from client to client because scar tissue is more unpredictable than undamaged skin. Scars tend to soak up the pigment, which means no less than 3 treatments are required to a complete a full scar camouflage treatment.
Pigments are first deposited in the scarred region, following the pattern of hair follicles. Then pigments are blended 1-2 cm above and below the scar to achieve an undetectable blend with the surrounding hair.