What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
Scalp Micropigmentation offers a low-maintenance solution for hair loss. This treatment creates a natural-looking shaved or buzzed look that lasts permanently.
SMP uses specialized equipment and pigments designed specifically for hair loss. Unlike traditional tattoos, SMP is applied shallowly, resulting in a realistic appearance.
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Benefits of SMP Treatment
Transform your hair with SMP by Scalp Evolution. Experience the countless benefits of this revolutionary treatment for hair loss.
- Hide unsightly scars from unsuccessful hair transplant surgeries, both strip and follicular unit extraction methods.
- Efficient Concealment for Burns, Birthmarks, and Scars
- The appearance of a full head of hair
- A young, natural hairline or more conservative, receded appearance
- Achieve long-lasting, effective cover-up of alopecia symptoms, no matter how severe.
- SMP treatment for hair loss can enhance the results of hair transplant, giving the illusion of more hair growth.
How is Scalp Micropigmentation Treatment Different From Other Hair Fillers?
In the context of hair loss solutions, both SMP and traditional hair filler treatments are viable, but SMP comes with distinct benefits. It is often more affordable than traditional hair fillers and serves as a lasting solution to hair loss. Furthermore, SMP tends to involve lower risks.
Moreover, SMP yields quicker results compared to numerous hair filler products. Unlike hair fillers that require the application of serums or injections containing growth factors to enhance hair growth and blood circulation at the root level, the process of regrowing hair can be time-consuming, if it occurs at all. SMP, using tiny dots to replicate the appearance of hair follicles, showcases noticeable results in as little as one week following skin healing.
At Scalp Evolution, we specialize in hair loss treatments that target a range of conditions.
- 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 like getting a tattoo, but it uses different tools and pigments. Instead of going deep into your skin like a tattoo, SMP only goes two layers deep.
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How Long Will Scalp Micropigmentation Last?
The expected duration of results for clients undergoing Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is 4 to 6 years. The gradual fading of pigmentation during this period often prompts individuals to seek touch-ups. Our team is adept at providing these touch-up sessions every 2 to 4 years.
Scalp Micropigmenation Cost
The specific cost for hair loss treatment is determined individually, based on factors such as your current stage of hair loss and the duration of the treatment.
Control Your Hair Loss with Scalp Evolution
Choosing the right SMP hair loss treatment provider is crucial. At Scalp Evolution, we specialize in Scalp Micropigmentation to help you overcome hair loss and regain your self-assurance, empowering you to live life to the fullest. Our expertise, meticulousness, and genuine care for our clients have established us as exceptional practitioners in the field of hair loss treatment.
We recognize that hair loss is a deeply personal experience. Trust the experts at Scalp Evolution for top-notch hair loss and male pattern baldness treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
SMP treatment can make your scalp look like it has a full head of hair, perfect for those struggling with thinning hair, receding hair loss, or scalp scars. On the other hand, dermal fillers are injectable substances, like hyaluronic acid, that can help reduce wrinkles and restore volume to your face. While dermal fillers can sometimes be used for hair loss, their primary purpose is to give you smoother, wrinkle-free skin.
So, if you want denser, thicker hair, go for SMP, and for smoother skin, choose dermal fillers.
In the SMP procedure, micro-needles are utilized to deposit pigment onto the scalp, resembling a tattoo. Conversely, in a dermal filler procedure, the filler material, commonly hyaluronic acid, is injected beneath the skin using delicate needles.
Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is both cost-effective and well-suited for sensitive skin types, providing a long-lasting solution for hair loss. In contrast, Stoke, UK dermal fillers for hair loss can be costly and may not deliver desired results for everyone. Notably, Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is specifically intended to tackle hair loss and create the visual effect of a full head of hair, whereas dermal fillers are primarily utilized for facial applications rather than hair restoration.
To find the best option for you, it's important to consult with a medical professional. No matter which option you choose, a thorough medical history will be taken.