SMP conceals hair and scalp deformities with cosmetic tattoos. Dermatological diseases such as scarring alopecia and genetic alopecia can cause cosmetic deformities of the scalp. In addition to concealing scars from neurosurgery or head trauma, SMP can also hide scars from head injuries.
Hair transplant scars
A person’s age, race, or color does not matter when it comes to hair loss. Among the most common problems faced by affected individuals are self-esteem and self-confidence. Balding or thinning hair can be covered with a variety of methods. In order to conceal their condition, many of these individuals undergo hair transplantation.
It involves moving hair from a growing area of the scalp to a non-growing area of the scalp during a hair transplant. This method of removing hair eventually results in unsightly scarring. Scars cause these individuals to feel anxious and distressed. To conceal the scar, they begin looking for ways to make it less noticeable. Through micropigmentation, this can be accomplished.
Moreover, SMP conceals scars from hair transplants as well as hair and scalp deformities. Extraction or transplantation of follicular units can result in different scarring. Techniques for concealing scars vary based on their type and challenge.
The upper dermis is injected with pigments of various hues by tattoo needles. A treatment area’s treatment depends on the color of the skin and hair, the volume of the hair, the thickness of scars, and the pigment properties. Specialists in scalp micropigmentation determine the depth of the needle based on the thickness of the skin at the point of insertion. Epidermis must be penetrated before the needle reaches the upper dermis.
Millions of people who have previously had difficulty concealing their hair transplant scars can find great joy and happiness with an experienced provider with artistic and technical skills. Scar coverage procedures in Austin TX can conceal hair transplant scars, giving the illusion that a full head of hair has been transplanted.
If you would like more information about scar coverage, please contact SMP of Austin.