Scalp Micropigmentation For Alopecia

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Alopecia is an autoimmune disease that causes sudden and unexpected hair loss. This hair loss can occur across any part of the body with the numerous different types of alopecia you can be affected with. The types of alopecia we see the most for scalp hair loss are:

Alopecia Areata: Areata means ‘patchy,’ and this kind of patchy baldness may occur anywhere on the body, including the head, beard area, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, inside the nose or ears.

Alopecia Totalis: Totalis means ‘the whole amount.’ The person loses all hair on their head, so their scalp is entirely hairless.

Alopecia Universalis: The interpretation of Universalis is universal or general. When suffering from alopecia Universalis, the person loses all hair, leaving the entire body hairless. This is rarer than the other types of alopecia.

SMP for alopecia is similar to how it is done for men and women. If you are experiencing total Totalis or Universalis, then you can have pigment deposited across the whole scalp to create the ‘buzzcut’ look and have the appearance of a full head of hair. If the hair loss you are experiencing is Areata, like thinning and scarring, we can implant pigment in and around the patched areas to conceal the hair loss with the existing hair.

This client opted for a sharper ‘barber style’ hair line shape, where as more commonly used is a more natural style. 

A hair tattoo (SMP) is low maintenance with minimal upkeep. No side effects. No downtime. No medication needed like with hair transplants. But immediate results!


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