What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Addressing hair loss without surgery, Scalp Micropigmentation is a low-maintenance solution. This innovative approach results in a permanently natural shaved or buzzed appearance.
Scalp Micropigmentation, commonly referred to as SMP, is much like a tattoo but employs needles, machines, and pigment uniquely designed for hair loss treatment. Unlike traditional tattoos, which penetrate five layers or more, SMP only goes two layers deep into the skin. This deliberate approach ensures the pigment maintains a follicle-like shape, resulting in a naturally buzzed appearance for clients.
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Benefits of SMP Treatment
The SMP provided by Scalp Evolution comes with a variety of benefits for treating hair loss, including:
- Concealing scars from unsuccessful hair transplants, involving both strip and follicular unit extraction surgical approaches.
- 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
- By combining with previous hair transplant results, SMP treatment for hair loss can give the impression of increased hair growth.
HOW IS SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION TREATMENT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER HAIR FILLERS?
If you're looking for an effective and affordable solution to hair loss, SMP is your answer. Unlike traditional hair fillers, SMP is not only cost-effective but also provides permanent results. Plus, it comes with minimal risks.
Unlike other hair fillers that may take time to show results, SMP offers immediate improvement. Instead of waiting for new hair to grow, SMP uses tiny dots to replicate the look of real hair follicles. You can start noticing the difference within just one week of the healing process.
At Scalp Evolution, our hair loss treatments specialize in addressing a wide range 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?
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is similar to a traditional tattoo, with differences in the needles, machine, and pigmentation used for treatment. Moreover, SMP treatment involves penetrating two layers into the skin, whereas a tattoo typically reaches five layers or more.
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How Long Will Scalp Micropigmentation Last?
Most clients receiving Scalp Micropigmentation treatment can expect their results to endure for 4 to 6 years. The natural fading of pigmentation during this period may lead some individuals to choose touch-ups. Our team is proficient in providing these touch-ups at intervals of every 2 to 4 years.
Scalp Micropigmenation Cost
Determining the cost for hair loss treatment is done on a case-by-case basis, taking into account your current stage of hair loss and the duration of the treatment.
Control Your Hair Loss with Scalp Evolution
Choose the right expert for your SMP hair loss treatment. At Scalp Evolution, we are specialists in Scalp Micropigmentation, dedicated to helping you overcome hair loss and regain your confidence. With our extensive experience, meticulous approach, and commitment to empathy, we have earned a reputation as distinguished practitioners in the field of hair loss treatment.
We recognize that hair loss is a personal concern. Trust the best in the business for your hair loss and male pattern baldness treatment - Scalp Evolution.
Frequently Asked Questions
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) treatment involves depositing pigment into the scalp to create the illusion of a full head of hair. Its primary purpose is to aid those dealing with thinning hair, receding hair loss, or scalp scars. Conversely, dermal fillers, often containing hyaluronic acid, are injectable substances designed for individuals addressing aging concerns, mainly to reduce the appearance of wrinkles. While dermal fillers can be applied for hair loss, their more frequent use is to restore volume to facial regions, diminishing the visibility of wrinkles.
SMP results in the appearance of denser, thicker hair, while dermal fillers contribute to smoother skin.
In the SMP procedure, micro-needles are employed to deposit pigment onto the scalp, akin to a tattoo. Conversely, in a dermal filler procedure, the filler material, often containing hyaluronic acid, is injected under the skin using very thin needles.
Scalp Micropigmentation treatment offers a cost-effective and long-lasting solution for hair loss, especially for those with sensitive skin. Unlike Rochdale, UK dermal fillers, which can be expensive and may not work for everyone, Scalp Micropigmentation focuses specifically on addressing hair loss and giving the look of a full head of hair.
It's important to consult with a medical professional to decide which option is right for you, but rest assured that a complete medical history will be taken into consideration regardless of your choice.