AN INNOVATIVE NEW SOLUTION FOR THE LOOK OF A FULLER HEAD OF HAIR
Hands down, we believe that scalp micropigmentation is the best solution in the world right now for male hair loss. Call it what you want – male pattern baldness, androgenetic alopecia, diffuse thinning –
the bottom line is that you’re losing your hair and you want to do something about it.
If you’re considering options like hair restoration surgery, hair systems or concealers, stop and think for a moment. Do you really want a lifetime of worrying about how your transplant is holding up, or when you’ll need your next one? You want to rely on temporary cover-ups that you glue or shake on to your head? Scalp micropigmentation offers a stylish, modern look without any of the drawbacks of these other options
Benefits of Scalp Micropigmentation
No Recovery time
A Safe and Natural-Looking Alternative for Hair Restoration.
WHAT CAN SCULPTED MICROPIGMENTATION DO FOR YOU?
Where Aesthetics Meets Excellence
Whether you have long hair, short hair, thinning hair or a visible scalp, Scalp Micropigmentation can provide the appearance of a thicker, fuller head of hair.
SMP can provide definition for full front, side and rear hairlines as well as restore a front hairline for full or partially bald heads. For those with a shaved head or no hair at all, the result is the look of a close shave or buzz cut style.
SMP is an effective camouflage to conceal scars, whether from a prior surgical procedure or accident, as well as burns or birthmarks.
We provide an instant, permanent, and life-changing treatment where thousands of organic pigments are precisely applied to the scalp to replicate the natural appearance of real hair follicles. Whether you want to fill in a scar, a thinning area of your hair or have Alopecia, SMP will enhance your look tremendously.
You will instantly look 10 years younger.
WHO IS A CANDIDATE FOR SCALP MICROPIGMENTATION?
- Both Men and women wanting the appearance of added hair density
- Those with shaved heads that desire hairline definition
- Alopecia sufferers
- Those who want to camouflage burns, scars or birthmarks
- Non-Candidates for hair transplantation