how does smp work for scarring?

The process of scalp micropigmentation for scalp concealment varies slightly from the standard procedure used for things such as male pattern baldness or alopecia. Scars are made of thick layers of tissue which, unlike a thin section of the scalp, may not always respond to pigment. As such, people receiving scalp micropigmentation for scarring may need to return for a few more sessions so we can be sure the pigment projects the right color depth to create an effective aesthetic.

Scalp scarring following a hair transplant

Many of our scalp micropigmentation customers are former hair transplant recipients who have older hair transplants such as Alopecia Reductions, Scalp Reduction, Plugs or Flaps, or who suffer from visible scars at the back of their head. For those who have lost more hair since the procedure, or who have not had a successful hair transplant, their hair styles are often restricted.