Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
SMP For Men | Help Male Pattern Baldness
Male pattern baldness is a genetic condition that causes a man’s hairline to recede and the rest of his hair to thin, eventually leading to almost full baldness. This type of hair loss is usually determined by the Norwood scale, this helps to classify the stages of male pattern baldness on a scale of 1 to 7.
There is no cure for male pattern baldness and unlike some hair loss conditions, it will not stop and your hair will not grow back, it will just progress further. With scalp micropigmentation a man can get his full scalp treated, leaving him with the illusion of a full head of shaved hair. This can help change people’s lives as their confidence and self-esteem may have been affected by their hair loss. Get your confidence and self-esteem back with this revolutionary treatment
SMP For Women | Help Diffuse Thinning
Women’s hair loss can be caused due to medications, medical conditions, stress, diet deficiencies or major hormonal changes such as childbirth or menopause. Women rarely experience receding and female hair loss does not usually lead to full baldness. Women usually suffer from low density across the whole head.
For anyone, it is upsetting to lose your hair, but women usually treat their hair like their identity and to lose it could be devastating. Scalp micropigmentation is the perfect solution. The pigment is implanted in between the existing hair to reduce the contract between hair and skin. The hair will then look thicker and the thinning will be practically unnoticeable to those who do not know you have had the treatment; you will once again have natural looking density.
SMP For Scarring & Alopecia | Help Hair Transplant Scars & Alopecia Areata
Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes sudden, unexpected hair loss. Alopecia areata is where hair loss happens in small patches that can come and go, stay or connect progressing to a more severe form of alopecia such as alopecia totalis. Scalp micropigmentation can conceal the patches of hair loss making them practically unnoticeable.
Scarring usually happens on the scalp following injury or surgery, like a hair transplant scar. Scalp micropigmentation can conceal the scars by implanting replicated follicles in and around the scar to make it blend in with the rest of the hair. Scalp micropigmentation can also help with some healing of the scar, the procedure helps to soften the scar tissue which can restore health to some of the injured skin.
Art East | Senior SMP Technician
Art East is our senior SMP technician with over 3 years of experience. He excels in hairline design and matching his client’s facial characteristics to their SMP design.
Art’s passion is restoring his client’s confidence, whether they are dealing with thinning, balding or transplant scarring.