Scalp Micropigmentation For Scars

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For Hair Transplant Scars

A Natural, Confidence-Boosting Solution

Scalp micropigmentation offers a permanent solution for concealing hair transplant scars. Both strip scars (FUT) and punch scars (FUE) can be covered, with concealment rates of up to 90% achievable in many cases.

Scars are an unfortunate yet inevitable legacy of hair transplant procedures. However thanks to scalp micropigmentation, these scars no longer need to compromise your appearance.

During a scar concealment procedure, scalp micropigmentation pigment is deposited in and around the damaged area to minimise the contrast between the scar and surrounding hair. Scalp micropigmentation camouflages the scarring, but can sometimes also restore health to the injured skin.

For All Scar Types

We Have You Covered

FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction) transplants leave individual scarring at the back and the sides of the head, from where the transplanted hairs have been harvested. These scars are predominantly small circular dots where hair follicles have been removed, exposing the scalp.

FUT (Follicular Unit Transplantation) scars are longer and more linear, so more prominent and more localised. This makes the scarring unavoidably visible and more noticeable.

The world’s leading hair loss solution, scalp micropigmentation is commonly used to hide both FUE and FUT scars. The procedure can also be applied to hide and camouflage scars from accidents, head traumas or neurosurgery.

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Adding Density

Complimenting Hair Transplants with SMP

For those considering a hair transplant, typically Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) or Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT), SMP compliments and combines well with these types of hair transplants.

You can achieve excellent results by combining the benefits of hair transplants with scalp micropigmentation. The most common scenario is where the client has insufficient donor hair for full coverage from a hair transplant, or where the client wants to limit their use of surgical procedures.

If you’re considering this option and want to understand more, please contact us for advice and guidance on the healing time required for SMP before or after a hair transplant procedure.

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