What is Alopecia?

There are many forms of alopecia, each resulting in hair loss. Alopecia areata is a type of hair loss that occurs when your immune system erroneously attacks hair follicles, where hair growth starts. The follicle damage is not usually permanent. Alopecia areata is most common in people under the age of 20, but it may affect children and adults of any age. Equally affected are women and men.

Treatment for Alopecia

We know how rewarding it can be to help people with Alopecia. Using scalp micropigmentation, we can achieve results that completely camouflage areas affected by alopecia. This treatment serves two purposes, the first being that being that the procedure will camouflage existing hair loss symptoms and the second being that the benefits will remain even if the patches shift position or change in size or shape. Up to four treatments may be needed to ensure ideal results.