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FAQs

Questions about Scalp Micropigmentation

Questions about Scalp Micropigmentation

The answers below will help teach you the basics about scalp micropigmentation. For further information, contact us with your questions or request an appointment with one of our experts.
This quick, non-surgical treatment is a great option for anyone looking for realistic, lasting results for their hair-loss struggles.

It is the newest hair loss solution for men and women without surgery. This procedure is for anyone with hair loss issues such as Alopecia, PCOS, menopause, scars, and hormonal issues.

  • Confidence
  • Creates the illusion of a fuller head of hair
  • Camouflage symptoms of Alopecia
  • Blends in birthmarks, hair transplant scars, or accident scarring
  • Can be used in combination with a hair transplant to provide additional density
  • Recreate a natural frontal hairline or side profile
  • Provides added density to existing thinning hair for a fuller appearance
  • More affordable than a hair transplant
  • Non-surgical
  • Instant gratification
  • No downtime

Costs will depend on the amount of hair loss and will be determined during the initial consultation.

SMP pigment will not change color. It may lighten over time, but the ink used is designed for the scalp, not the body. Using sunscreen regularly can extend the longevity of the pigment.

Over time SMP will lighten up since all skin naturally exfoliates itself. Some people need a touchup after 4 to 6 years to freshen up the color.

Between 2-4 hours, depending on the amount of hair loss.

SMP looks like hair follicles. There are different outcomes depending on the look you are trying to achieve. This process can restore a youthful hairline by blending in thinning hair or bald spots to give the illusion of thicker hair.
Over time, SMP can slightly fade with sun exposure and skin type. It may be necessary for touch-ups after 4-6 years, which will bring the appearance back to its original look.
Clients feel some level of discomfort, but claim it is tolerable.
A good quality sunscreen
The results appear like a 5 o’clock shadow for men. As for women it gives the illusion of thicker hair.
Yes, you can use Propecia. You cannot use topical hair growth serums during the course of the treatments and 30 days after the last session is complete
Yes it can! This can be done by blending the scar into your natural hair seamlessly.
Of course! That would require a density fill-in to give the illusion of a fuller head of hair
SMP is a non-surgical procedure that requires no downtime. There may be some redness after each session depending on your skin, but you can go about your day as normal.