Bald Spot Coverage for Women with Scalp Micropigmentation

Treatment for hair loss and/or thinning of the scalp using scalp micropigmentation is non-surgical. A highly effective process, it creates natural-looking, long-lasting results. In addition to hair loss caused by alopecia, chemotherapy, hormonal changes, or aging, scalp micropigmentation can also hide naturally thin hair.

SMP of Austin specializes in realistic improvements. We understand that the goals you have for your scalp and hair line are highly individual when it comes to your hair and scalp. In order to achieve your vision, we take the time to understand your expectations and come up with a treatment plan.

How does scalp micropigmentation work?

Using microneedles, scalp micropigmentation deposits pigment into the scalp without causing any damage to the scalp. As opposed to a hair transplant, this procedure duplicates and blends with your natural hair follicles, creating a full and realistic appearance. In addition to concealing scars, SMP can thicken thinning hair and hide transplant scars.

Micro-fine hair strokes combined with tiny dots can make an area that has sparse hair look very realistic. For the desired blend, you will need several sessions for bald spot coverage for women in Austin TX.

Helping Women Address Thinning Hair & Hair Loss

Thinning hair is a misconception among men only. Women under 30 are affected by thinning hair less frequently than those over 70, and 5% of women under 30 are affected by hair loss.

Women\’s hair loss or thinning may be caused by the following factors:

  • Alopecia areata, an autoimmune condition
  • Hereditary hair loss, such as androgenetic alopecia
  • Chemotherapy
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Lupus
  • Iron Deficiency Anemia
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Skin Conditions of the Scalp

Scalp micropigmentation in Austin by SMP Of Austin can make balding areas less noticeable regardless of the cause of hair loss or hair thinning. Micropigmentation is best suited for women whose hair is receding or thinning. Regardless of the type or color of the hair or the skin, this procedure works.

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