Blade Scalp Micropigmentation

We recognize that each patient is uniquely different. From the shape of your hairline to the specific blending of pigments and needles, we custom-tailor each hair loss treatment.

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Male Pattern Baldness

The most common type of hair loss in men

Hair is lost at different stages with different distinct patterns, beginning above both temples. Over time as the hair loss worsens and the hairline recedes more, it starts to form the characteristic common “M” shape and continues to recede higher into the next stages and patterns.

Male pattern baldness is the cause of up to 95% of baldness in men. It’s a natural occurrence, affecting a majority of the male population. By the time you’re 50, there’s an 85% chance that your hair will be noticeably thinner. For cosmetic reasons, many men aren’t comfortable with hair loss. Though you’re not alone, you may prefer how you looked with fuller, thicker hair.

If your hair is thinning and you would like to keep the length longer without having to wear the shaved buzz look then this is possible using SMP techniques to create the illusion of density by building up treatments and shades of micro-dots around and in-between existing hair. For older clients who are turning grey/white it is advisable to keep the hair colour a darker shade for optimum results.

Alopecia Areata and Totalis

Alopecia is the medical term for bald

Areata means patchy. This patchy baldness can develop anywhere on the body, including the scalp, beard area, eyebrows, eyelashes, armpits, inside your nose, or ears. Alopecia totalis is when the person loses all hair on the scalp, so the scalp is completely bald. Alopecia universalis is when the person loses all hair, leaving the entire body hairless.

Alopecia totalis is a more advanced form of alopecia areata and results in total loss of all hair on the scalp. As an auto-immune condition the skin can reject the pigment but we work carefully over 4-5 sessions to ensure that scalp micropigmentation solves this unfortunate hair loss issue.

Poor Results from Hair Transplants

Unsuccessful hair transplantation from surgeons

Bad results are often the product of a surgeon’s poor and substandard skills. Often these people who conduct the operation are not really experienced doctors. They do not possess the skills most needed to practice cosmetic surgery. Devastating for a person who had hoped to better their hair loss condition.

Hair transplantation may appear to be the best solution for people losing their hair. To many others, it brings to mind images of unattractive hair plugs. To many men who have gone through hair transplants are left with disappointment and frustration. Why? By not achieving the results they wanted, expensive repeat sessions, and continued loss of hair that they invested so much money to have implanted.

Female Pattern Hair Loss

The most common type of hair loss in women

Each strand of hair sits in a tiny hole in the skin called a follicle. In general, baldness occurs when the hair follicle shrinks over time, resulting in shorter and finer hair. Eventually, the follicle does not grow new hair. Any girl or woman can be affected by hair loss. 

Women suffer from female pattern hair loss, also known as androgenetic alopecia. Unlike male pattern baldness, women’s hair can fall out in a different pattern than men’s.

Scars due to Injuries or Hair Transplants

Why does hair transplant surgery leave scars?

Hair transplant surgery is real surgery. It requires an invasive procedure complete with incisions made by surgical instruments. Scar tissue naturally forms a protective barrier over any cut or injury. It is the body’s effort to replace cells that have been destroyed. Unfortunately, scar tissue lacks the elasticity and suppleness of the skin.

Performing Scalp MicroPigmentation to camouflage scars requires highly specialized skill and experience; it is not instinctive to even experienced practitioners who lack the specific expertise required.

Beard Micropigmentation

For the full and even facial hair look you want

Circular bald patches can appear in a man’s beard. This can be quite upsetting. These patches can be caused by acne scars, for example, or in some cases by so-called alopecia barbae. This is when bald patches develop in a man’s beard. Alopecia barbae is a subtype of alopecia areata, which is also known as circular hair loss.

Beard thickness can increase over time, but it can also decrease. For many men, hair loss in the beard is very distressing. After all, a healthy-looking, dapper beard is on trend right now, and even serves as a status symbol.

Performing Scalp MicroPigmentation to camouflage scars requires highly specialized skill and experience; it is not instinctive to even experienced practitioners who lack the specific expertise required.

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