WHAT IS SMP?

 

What is SMP?

SMP (Scalp Micropigmentation) is a non-invasive treatment that uses detailed micro-needles to deposit pigment into the scalp. This results in the appearance of tiny hair follicles or short hair stubble. If you are starting to thin, recede, or if you are completely bald, we can help restore the appearance of a full head of hair.

 

Who can benefit from scalp micropigmentation?

If you’re experiencing any type of hair loss, then SMP could be a game changer for you! The most advertised scalp micropigmentation that you see is men who are restoring their hair lines, but scalp micropigmentation is the #1 alternative to improve the following -

 

⋄ Male pattern baldness

⋄ Female pattern baldness

⋄ Failed hair transplants & transplant scarring

⋄ Concealing burns, scalp discoloration & skin blemishes

⋄ Alopecia and other medical conditions that effect hair growth

How long do the results last?

After completion of your treatment, you should expect the strength of the color to last for many years. Over a longer term, a client will very gradually begin to notice slight lightening (not discolor) of the treatment. When this occurs you can undergo a brief touch up session to restore any fading and secure many more years of your new look.

 

How much does scalp micropigmentation cost?

Our pricing is based on the level of hair loss, which is different for each client. Typically, the price ranges between $1,500 - $4,000. We recommend setting up a free consultation so our team can evaluate your case and provide a personalized price quote based on your hair loss needs.

 

What should I expect after each procedure?

After each session, you might experience minimal redness for a day or two, but you shouldn’t be sore or in any type of pain. Each treatment needs to be scheduled at least 7-10 days apart, and in the time between you want to avoid swimming, using saunas, steam rooms and sun exposure.

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