What Is Scalp Micropigmentation And How Does It Work?
Scalp micropigmentation is the ideal answer to hair loss, for patients who do not wish to opt for a surgical hair transplant. Micropigmentation is a cosmetic form of camouflaging, a little like tattooing, that offers a plausible impression that the recipient has a thicker and fuller head of hair.
It requires no donor usage and it can successfully disguise existing hair transplant scars too. It’s a gentle procedure of using pigments which are administered at epidermal level recreate the appearance of a natural hairline and hair density throughout the scalp. Additionally, owing to the fact that it doesn’t penetrate to quite the extent of regular tattooing, the color is much less disposed to change over sustainable periods.
It’s a procedure that is carried out by a scalp micropigmentation technician who will replicate your natural hairline using organic pigments in a variant of shades to match your existing hair.
A total number of three treatments are usually required, and with each session lasting approximately three hours. It is also recommended that a week to ten days is left between each treatment, allowing the scalp to heal and settle before the next treatment begins.
Scalp Micropigmentation – The Ideal Solution?
As with any hair restoration method, each and every patient has their own ideal solution. However, scalp micropigmentation is certainly suitable for the vast majority of skin types and a large majority of types of hair thinning. With light crown thinning, scalp micropigmentation can give the appearance of a denser head of hair and additionally, near or complete baldness can be certainly camouflaged considerably with the recreation of the hairline via this effective procedure.
It’s a non-invasive procedure with instant results yet will require specific aftercare and attention to ensure maximum comfort and results.
2365 Quimby Rd Suite 250
San Jose, CA 95122
Hours of Operation
Monday – Sunday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
24/7 Emergency Service Available
+1 (860) 333-8888