SCARRING FROM TRANSPLANTS?
Scars on the scalp are usually due to injury or surgery. Scalp micropigmentation has evolved to provide incredible results in the concealment of all kinds of scalp scars and is chosen to cover or hide any type or shaped scars with careful deposition of thousands of tiny micro dots of pigment.
The process may take more sessions than standard scalp micropigmentation treatment, scar tissue is thick and the micro dots need to blend in with the existing natural hair follicles. This procedure is difficult and should only be done by a highly trained professional.
We are committed to giving our clients a professional and efficient treatment that uses the industries leading machines. The best selection of needles with the combination of pigment makes our treatment word class. Scalp micropigmentation does not only camouflage scars but can also soften the scar tissue helping to restore health the the injured skin.
FUT & FUE
The most common reason scalp micropigmentation is used for scarring is due to hair transplants. There are two different types of hair transplant. Follicular unit transplantation (FUT or strip) is the old method resulting in a linear scar, usually on the back of the head. Another, less invasive transplant, is known as follicular unit extraction (FUE), this results in dot-like scars on the scalp for the donor. Both surgeries result in thin hair growth which can make it increasingly difficult to hide the scar, but fortunately for you, not impossible and with scalp micropigmentation the scars are camouflaged making them practically unnoticeable.