Scalp micropigmentation is a method of cosmetic tattooing that can be used to help cover up scars from hair transplants. This procedure is used to create the illusion of fuller hair density and can be used to camouflage scars and other signs of trauma to the scalp. The pigments are carefully placed into the scalp to match the surrounding hair and create a natural look. This procedure can be very effective for covering up scars from hair transplants and can help to restore a natural look to the scalp.
Hair is transplanted from areas of the scalp where it is still growing to areas where it has stopped growing. As a result of this method of hair removal, individuals eventually develop unsightly scarring. These individuals feel anxious and distressed because of their scars. Attempts are made to conceal the scar by making it less noticeable. Through micropigmentation, this can be accomplished.
The process of micropigmenting the scalp
SMP can also conceal scars from hair transplants and hair and scalp deformities. In the case of follicular unit extraction or transplantation, scarring can vary. Techniques for concealing scars vary depending on the type and challenges involved.
Using this technique
Tattoo needles inject pigments of various hues into the upper dermis. Depending on the color of the skin, the density of the hair, the thickness of scars, and the pigment properties of each treatment area, the treatment should be tailored accordingly. A scalp micropigmentation specialist determines the needle depth based on the thickness of the skin at the point of insertion. A needle must penetrate the epidermis before reaching the upper dermis.
People who have previously had trouble concealing their hair transplant scars can be provided with great joy and happiness by an experienced provider with artistic and technical skills. By concealing the scars from a hair transplant procedure in Austin TX, one can create the illusion that he has a full head of hair. If you would like more information about scar coverage, please contact SMP of Austin.