Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP or Micro Hair tattooing) is an innovative technique for treating alopecia, baldness, thinning or complete hair loss in men, which makes them appear to have real hair. The results are outstanding such that people around you will go without noticing it is not real hair.
The treatment of scalp micro-pigmentation (SMP) for men, also known as pigmentaÃ§Ã£o capilar tattooing or micro-pigmentation recovery through capillary is currently being offered in several clinics around the world. Dermopigmentation or micropigmentation is the introduction of specific pigments in the epidermal layer in order to achieve a medical tattoo that resembles the look of a shaved head.
Duration of Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) treatment
The pigmentation of the scalp or SMP deployment is a highly sophisticated treatment based on a highly specialized procedure that entails hair follicles replication and an artistic hair simulation technique. The process results in a perfect simulation of the natural scalp hair if performed by an experienced professional.
Most people have the impression that treating alopecia, baldness or thinning hair, in the form of a scalp tattoo is unorthodox at the first instance but it is important to note that the process is totally different and more sophisticated than normal tattooing. Paramedical scalp micropigmentation requires the use of exceptionally designed needles and pigments. The technique is also highly specialized and takes years of training to achieve the perfection required in producing that natural look.
Capillary SMP cannot be classified as surgery but rather as transdermal hair reproduction, which requires undergoing maintenance from time to time to modify and adapt to your hairstyle.
Applications of Scalp Micropigmentation technique
The technique darkens the scalp, reproducing the hair follicles and is performed in various ways depending on the circumstances and preferences. The most common applications of the scalp micropigmentation include:
- Hair Backward
A condition known as male pattern baldness produces a “horseshoe” effect on the scalp causing the capillary lines to be pushed back, especially in the front side of the hair line. SMP enables you to set your hairline through artistic simulation, getting a more natural younger look.
- Alopecia at the crown
Another common form of male pattern baldness is the case where hair loss or baldness is prevalent at the top of the head to the crown and appears depending with age. Through the camouflage pattern baldness using SMP you will have hair that is more uniform thus a new style providing a younger distribution
- Total Loss of Hair
Sometimes the beginning of baldness or hair loss in men occurs rapidly; on the other hand, alopecia in some cases may take years to affect the entire scalp. Clients with complete alopecia have the widest variety of SMP treatment to choose from to create the exact look they want on their scalp.
- Alopecia Areata
Alopecia can affect the scalp indiscriminately, usually in several parts and in different sizes and severities. The onset of hair loss is often sudden, random and recurrent and SMP offers the ultimate solution for such cases. It is important to note that although baldness does not cause harm to a person's health, it can have a significant impact on self-esteem.
Scalp micropigmentation is a technique that offers most of the solutions you will ever need for