Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation for Alopecia Areata Treatment

Every person who suffers from hair loss is troubled by the condition. The prevalence of baldness is lower among women than among men, however. However, there is a condition, alopecia areata, that affects men, women, and children.

When your immune system attacks your hair follicles instead of bacteria and viruses, alopecia areata occurs.

Alopecia areata is a disease that causes your hair follicles to diminish in size, thereby slowing down the process of hair production. As a result, either the scalp or the body loses hair. The patches are usually circular and do not extend beyond that. 

Nevertheless, it can also infect all parts of the body, from head to toe. Positively, the stem cells will continue to supply new cells to the follicles. A follicle is constantly capable of growing new hair – but it does not happen overnight.

Hair damage caused by excessive pulling or tension on the scalp can be covered with scalp micropigmentation.

Hair loss on the body is called alopecia areata. Micropigmentation is performed on every area of the head.

Hair loss on the scalp is called alopecia totalis. You can restore the appearance of your head’s hair with scalp micropigmentation.

Alopecia remains untreatable despite researchers and scientists learning more about it. A sudden virus or change in environment can certainly bring on attacks, as is widely believed genetics play a key role in the condition. If you suffer from alopecia, SMP of Austin can help you with scalp micropigmentation. We provide the best alopecia areata treatment in Austin TX

A scalp micropigmentation procedure is a method of concealing dark areas on the scalp. By using a digitally controlled needle with hypoallergenic pigments, tiny dots are applied to the scalp in a similar manner to tattooing. Because scalp micropigmentation uses pigments at the epidermal level, it differs from regular tattooing. Combining natural pigments and applying them in a specific way are responsible for creating a color that will not change over time and that will instantly create the illusion of a full head of hair.

SMP Treatment – Are You Eligible?

Your technician will first need to determine whether you are a candidate for scalp micropigmentation. It is recommended that both men and women suffering from alopecia areata, alopecia totalis, scarring alopecia, telogen effluvium or traction alopecia use this process. 

Get in touch with us at SMP of Austin to set up a consultation.

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