FAQ SMP {NAME}

Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) {Name} is a non-surgical cosmetic procedure designed to give the appearance of fuller, thicker hair.

This procedure involves the application of pigment into the scalp, creating a natural-looking pattern of dots that mimic real hair follicles.

Safe & FDA approved treatment.

What Is SMP {Name} used to improve?

It can be used to cover bald spots or areas of thinning hair, reduce the appearance of scarring on the scalp, and give a more youthful appearance to an aging scalp.

SMP is often combined with other hair restoration treatments, such as hair transplantation or laser therapy, for increased results.

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FAQs (FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS)

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a non-invasive, cosmetic procedure that uses micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp.

It is used to create the appearance of fuller, thicker hair by enhancing existing hair and creating tiny “dots” on the scalp that mimic closely shaved or balding hair follicles.

Scalp micropigmentation can also be used to cover up scarring, camouflage thinning patches of hair, and disguise certain types of alopecia.

Who is a good candidate for Scalp Micropigmentation?

A good candidate for Scalp Micropigmentation is anyone who has thinning hair or baldness, or would like to add the appearance of more density to their existing hairs.

People with alopecia, scarring from injuries or surgeries, and men with male pattern baldness are also ideal candidates for Scalp Micropigmentation.

How long does a Scalp Micropigmentation treatment take?

A Scalp Micropigmentation treatment typically takes 3-4 hours, depending on the individual and the amount of area to be treated.

How long does Scalp Micropigmentation last?

Scalp Micropigmentation typically lasts between 1 and 8 years before needing to be touched up.

What should I expect during a Scalp Micropigmentation treatment?

During a Scalp Micropigmentation treatment , you can expect to have tiny dots of pigment injected into the scalp to simulate the look of natural hair follicles.

The number of treatments needed will depend on the individual’s specific needs, but typically two or more treatments are necessary for best results.

You should also be prepared for some mild discomfort during the procedure and redness in the area immediately after. Most results last three to five years with proper maintenance and follow-up visits.

Are there any side effects or risks associated with Scalp Micropigmentation?

Yes, there are some potential side effects and risks associated with Scalp Micropigmentation.

These include skin irritation, redness, itching, infection, scarring, and discoloration of the treated area.

In rare cases, an allergic reaction to the pigment or needles may occur. It is important to consult a qualified dermatologist or professional technician before undergoing any scalp micropigmentation procedure.

What are the benefits of Scalp Micropigmentation for men and women?

The benefits of Scalp Micropigmentation for men and women include a natural-looking solution to thinning or balding hair, improved confidence in one’s appearance, and long-lasting results that require little maintenance.

For men, this treatment can provide the look of a full head of closely cropped hair, while for women it can simulate the appearance of fuller and thicker hair.

In addition, Scalp Micropigmentation does not require any surgical procedures or downtime, making it an attractive option for those who want fast results with minimal risk.

What is the recovery time after a Scalp Micropigmentation treatment?

The recovery time after a Scalp Micropigmentation treatment varies depending on the individual and the extent of the treatment.

Generally, you can expect redness to last for 2-3 days after the procedure and any scabbing to heal within 7-10 days. You may also experience some minor itching or tenderness during the healing period.

Most people are able to return to normal activities within 24 hours of their Scalp Micropigmentation treatment.