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Discover the 100% Effective, Non-Surgical Solution to Hair Loss with Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. The result creates the appearance of tiny hair follicles that help thicken and restore the look of fuller hair.

Micropigmentation treatment can restore receded hairlines, thicken remaining hair, camouflage transplant scarring, and create the look of close-cropped hair.

Scalp Micropigmentation in Mckinney, TX

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Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a cosmetic procedure that involves tattooing tiny dots onto the scalp to mimic the appearance of hair follicles. It is primarily used as a solution for individuals dealing with various forms of hair loss or hair thinning. Candidates for Scalp Micropigmentation typically include:

 

Male Pattern Baldness: Men experiencing male pattern baldness, where hair loss occurs in a specific pattern on the scalp, can benefit from SMP to create the illusion of a fuller head of hair.

 

Female Pattern Baldness: Women with similar pattern hair loss can also consider SMP to improve the appearance of thinning hair and receding hairlines.

 

Alopecia Areata: Individuals with alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition causing hair loss in patches, may opt for SMP to mask the areas of baldness.

 

Alopecia Totalis and Universalis: More advanced forms of alopecia, where complete hair loss occurs on the scalp (alopecia totalis) or the entire body (alopecia universalis), can lead people to choose SMP for a more natural look.

 

Scarring: People with scars on the scalp resulting from surgeries, accidents, or previous hair transplant procedures might choose SMP to camouflage the scars and create a consistent appearance.

 

Thinning Hair: Individuals with general hair thinning, but not necessarily complete baldness, can use SMP to create the illusion of denser hair.

 

Hair Transplant Scar Camouflage: People who have undergone hair transplant surgeries and have visible scars can use SMP to conceal these scars and make them less noticeable.

 

Medical Hair Loss Treatments: Those undergoing medical treatments that result in temporary hair loss, such as chemotherapy, might consider SMP to maintain a natural-looking appearance during the hair regrowth process.

 

Desire for Fuller Appearance: Some individuals who simply desire a fuller and denser look to their existing hair may opt for SMP.

 

It's important to note that SMP is a personal choice and the suitability of the procedure varies from person to person. Which is why we strongly recommend a consultation to determine if an individual is a good candidate based on factors like their specific type of hair loss, skin type, and overall health. SMP is a cosmetic procedure and does not encourage actual hair regrowth, so it's essential to have realistic expectations about the outcome.

Who is a candidate
for Scalp Micropigmentation?

What is the process?

The first step is a consultation with Melissa. During this consultation, you'll discuss your goals, concerns, medical history, and expectations. Melissa will assess your scalp, hair loss pattern, and skin type to determine if SMP is a suitable option for you. She'll also help you understand what to expect from the procedure and its potential outcomes.

Consultation

Planning

SMP is often done in multiple sessions to achieve a natural and realistic look. During these sessions, Melissa may use different shades of pigments and adjust the density to create a layered and three-dimensional appearance. This helps mimic the varying shades and depths of real hair.

Gradation

After each session, your scalp will need time to heal. It's common to experience some redness, minor swelling, and slight discomfort immediately after the procedure. Melissa will provide you with detailed aftercare instructions to ensure proper healing and to optimize the final result.

Aftercare

Follow Up

Depending on the desired outcome and the individual's response to the procedure, multiple sessions (usually 2-3) might be required to complete the SMP process. These sessions are usually spaced a few weeks apart to allow the scalp to heal and for adjustments to be made as needed.

After the completion of the recommended sessions, you'll have achieved the desired appearance of a closely cropped or shaved head of hair. The result should look natural and blend seamlessly with your existing hair.

Final Results

Planning

 I'll use specialized equipment, often a tattoo-like machine with fine needles, to implant pigments into the upper layers of your scalp. These pigments are carefully chosen to match your natural hair color. I'll follow the design plan created during the consultation to create the appearance of hair follicle

Preparation

Procedure

Once you decide to proceed with SMP, Melissa will work with you to design a customized treatment plan. This includes deciding on the hairline shape, hair color, and density that will best match your natural hair and desired look.

Once you decide to proceed with SMP, Melissa will work with you to design a customized treatment plan. This includes deciding on the hairline shape, hair color, and density that will best match your natural hair and desired look.

Planning

On the day of the procedure, your scalp will be cleaned and prepped. The area may be shaved to ensure an even surface for the application of pigments.

On the day of the procedure, your scalp will be cleaned and prepped. The area may be shaved to ensure an even surface for the application of pigments.

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