Scars and Scalp Micropigmentation
Why are scars so difficult to conceal?
Whether on a scalp, or in a torn rotator cuff, scar tissue is a patch. The body’s ability to form scars is a miraculous survival technique.
Scar tissue is amazing, but limiting. 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
And, consider this: while a long and linear scar left on the back of the scalp is obviously scar tissue, what is less obvious is the scar tissue caused by the thousands of micro-incisions on the transplanted area. The donor site forms scar tissue—but so does the recipient site, an oft-overlooked factor that adds complexity to the scar concealment procedure.