What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-surgical solution for hair loss that requires little to no maintenance. This innovative treatment creates a permanent shaved and buzzed look that is completely natural looking.
Also known as SMP, it’s similar to a tattoo, except that the needles, machine, and pigment are specifically designed for Scalp Micropigmentation hair loss treatment. While traditional tattoos are placed five layers or more into the skin, SMP is placed only two layers into the skin. This allows the pigment to hold its follicle-like shape and provide clients with a natural buzzed appearance.
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Benefits of SMP Treatment
SMP with Scalp Evolution offers numerous benefits for treating hair loss, including:
- Concealment of scarring from failed hair transplants, including both the strip and follicular unit extraction styles of surgery
- Camouflage for burns, birthmarks, and scars
- The appearance of a full head of hair
- A young, natural hairline or more conservative, receded appearance
- Complete and lasting concealment of the symptoms of alopecia, regardless of severity
- When combined with pre-existing hair transplant results, SMP treatment for hair loss can create the appearance of additional hair growth
How is Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment Different From Other Hair Fillers?
While both SMP and traditional hair filler treatments provide hair loss solutions, SMP offers many advantages. SMP is generally more affordable than traditional hair fillers and is a permanent solution to hair loss. It also tends to have less risk associated with it.
Additionally, SMP provides more immediate results than many hair filler products. While hair fillers involve serums or injections that contain growth factors for enhancing hair growth and blood circulation at the root level, it can take time for new hair to grow (if it even does grow back). Since SMP applies tiny dots to mimic the appearance of hair follicles, the results can be noticed in as little as one week once the skin heals.
Our hair loss treatments at Scalp Evolution specialise in treating a variety of conditions, including:
- Male pattern baldness
- Thinning hair, including on the sides of your head and on the top of your head
- Scar tissue/scarring
- Hair follicle loss due to aging, genetics, hormones, auto-immune diseases, or medications
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Is SMP a Scalp Tattoo?
SMP is similar to a traditional tattoo, however, the needles, machine, and pigmentation used for treatment are different. Additionally, SMP treatment goes two layers deep into your skin, whereas a tattoo goes five layers deep or more.
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How Long Will Scalp Micropigmentation Last?
Most clients who receive Scalp Micropigmentation treatment can expect their results to last for 4 to 6 years. It’s normal for the pigmentation to fade within this time period and as a result, some people decide to receive touch-ups. These touch-ups can be performed by our team once every 2 to 4 years.
Scalp Micropigmenation Cost
The exact cost for hair loss treatment is determined on a case-by-case basis and will depend on your current stage of hair loss and the amount of time the treatment takes.
Control Your Hair Loss with Scalp Evolution
Who you choose for your SMP hair loss treatment matters. At Scalp Evolution, we specialize in Scalp Micropigmentation to help you beat hair loss and restore your confidence, empowering you to live a full life. Our years of experience, attention to detail, and belief in empathy to our clients have made us distinguished practitioners of hair loss treatment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
SMP treatment deposits pigment into the scalp to create the appearance of a full head of hair. It’s primary purpose it to help those who are struggling with thinning hair, receding hair loss, or scars on the scalp. Dermal fillers, on the other hand, are injectable substances (often with hyaluronic acid) for those who are aging and want to remove the appearance of wrinkles. While dermal fillers are occasionally used to treat hair loss, they are typically used to restore volume to areas of the face, diminishing the appearance of wrinkles.
SMP results in the appearance of more dense, thick hair. Whereas dermal fillers result in smoother skin.
During the SMP procedure, micro-needles are used to deposit pigment onto the scalp, similar to a tattoo. During a dermal filler procedure, the filler material (often hyaluronic acid) is injected under this skin using very thin needles.
Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is cost-effective, ideal for sensitive skin types, and a long-lasting hair loss solution. Miami dermal fillers for hair loss can be costly and are not always effective for everyone. Additionally, the primary purpose of Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is to address hair loss and give the appearance of a full head of hair. Dermal fillers are primarily used as facial fillers (rather than for restoring hair).
It’s best to speak with a medical professional to determine which option is the best for you. Regardless of which you select, a full medical history will be conducted.