Which Types of Hair Loss Can Scalp Micropigmentation Address?
Living with hair loss can have profound effects on your self-esteem. Though there are a number of hair loss solutions on the market, many of them make little, if any, difference in the appearance of ongoing hair loss. Scalp micropigmentation is different.
As a hair loss solution, scalp micropigmentation (SMP), also known as hair tattoos, is not only economical, but it’s also long lasting and visually effective. Unlike other hair loss treatments, such as hair transplants, hair tattoos are minimally invasive and don’t require extensive ongoing maintenance. Even better, SMP can address multiple types of hair loss, and the experts at Medical Tattoo Centers of America explain how below.
Whether you’re dealing with a single bald patch, multiple areas of missing hair or your head is completely bald, scalp micropigmentation can help you. You don’t have to shave your head completely for a hair tattoo to make a visual impact; rather, you can have small spots addressed and they’ll blend perfectly with your existing hairstyle.
It’s important to note that if your bald spots are relatively large, it’s often more visually effective to pursue full scalp micropigmentation to create a smooth, uniform look. If your head is nearly or completely bald and you’d like to create the appearance of healthy hair follicles on your scalp, SMP can achieve that, too.
A receding hairline is typically the first sign of hair loss for men and in some cases, women too. This type of hair loss can occur at any age, and for many people — especially younger individuals — it significantly impacts self-esteem. Fortunately, scalp micropigmentation can turn things around.
A hairline tattoo can redefine your natural hairline by creating the appearance of healthy hair follicles on your scalp. It creates an illusion of fuller, thicker hair without the need for a daily treatment regimen or expensive, invasive procedures.
Scalp micropigmentation isn’t only designed to address balding or a receding hairline. It’s also highly effective for creating the appearance of fuller, thicker hair in areas of your scalp where the hair is thinning.
If you part your hair and notice that more of your scalp is beginning to show, SMP can fill in those areas to give the illusion of healthy hair follicles. Regardless of where the hair on your head is thinning, a hair tattoo can solve the problem. Even better, because the micropigmentation is so precise, it’s virtually impossible to distinguish between your real hair and the pigmentation applied to your scalp.
If you suffer from any form of alopecia, scalp micropigmentation is a highly effective solution for creating the appearance of fuller, thicker hair. While there’s no known cure for this autoimmune disease, a hair tattoo is a fantastic, low-maintenance solution that’s designed to last for several years.
Regardless of the level of hair loss you’ve experienced — and the ongoing hair loss that will inevitably occur — SMP can create a new hairline, along with the illusion of a head full of healthy hair follicles.
Check out this article if you are curious what else you should consider before deciding if scalp micropigmentation is right for you?
Medical Tattoo Centers of America: Your Twin Cities Source for Precision Scalp Micropigmentation
If you’re living with hair loss and are ready to reclaim the appearance of a full head of hair, our team at Medical Tattoo Centers of America is here to help you do it. We specialize in medical micropigmentation and tattoos, along with a variety of aesthetic procedures designed to help you feel and look your best. To request a free consultation or learn more about how we can help you, call our Blaine, MN office today at 612-770-0000 or reach out to us online and we’ll be in touch.