SMP for men

The modern hair loss solution for men, scalp micropigmentation mimics the appearance of a full head of shaven hair.

Requiring no pills, lotions, cover-ups or surgery, SMP creates an undetectable illusion of hair that simply works. If your hair is thinning or receding, or even if you’re completely bald, scalp micropigmentation can restore your youthful appearance, and your confidence.

Some men may even have the option of keeping their hair at a longer length. Contact our team to discuss your individual needs, so we can work out the best treatment plan to meet your goals.

Scalp micropigmentation is applied over 2-4 treatment sessions, and requires a top-up every 3-5 years.

SMP for Women

Women lose hair for a variety of reasons. Hormonal changes, physical or emotional trauma, childbirth, menopause and use of certain medications can all be contributing factors or outright causes of thinning hair.

Scalp micropigmentation is not a cure, so does not ‘fix’ hair loss in women. Instead, it camouflages the problem. Hair loss is noticeable because of the contrast in color between the hair and the scalp. SMP reduces this contrast and creates an illusion of thicker, fuller hair.

Your treatment is typically applied over 2-3 sessions, and you will need to return to the clinic every 3-5 years for top-up sessions. Often however, hair loss is no longer a problem by that point so you may not need to return to the clinic at all.

Please contact us to discuss your needs.

SMP for Alopecia

A largely misunderstood condition, alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss in men, women and children.

There are many forms of alopecia including areata (patchy hair loss), totalis (total loss of head hair), traction alopecia caused by prolonged use of tight hairstyles that pull on the hair, and alopecia barbae that affects bearded men.

Scalp micropigmentation is the only guaranteed solution for alopecia. Whilst traditional remedies like immunotherapy, corticosteroid injections and minoxidil often fail, SMP is a cover-up that offers effective, safe and instantaneous results.

Alopecia affects different people in different ways. Please contact our team to discuss your treatment options.

SMP for Scarring

Scars are an inevitable by-product of hair transplant surgery. Although people carry scars for a variety of reasons from head trauma to neurosurgery, hair restoration procedures are by far the most common cause of scarring we camouflage at our clinic.

Scalp micropigmentation is the world’s most widely used solution for concealment of hair transplant scars. The process introduces pigment into the scar and surrounding tissue to blend away the scar and make it a lot less noticeable. Depending on the nature of your FUT (strip) or FUE (dot) scarring, we are often able to camouflage scar tissue by as much as 90%.

This specialist technique is a derivative of traditional SMP, and should only be performed by an experienced practitioner. Please contact us with photos of your scar/s so we can advise the best approach.

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