Scalp Micropigmentation and Alopecia

Hair loss is a source of concern for all patients. However, it is clear that baldness is less common in women than in men. However, there is a condition known as alopecia areata, which can affect men, women, and children alike.

Other illnesses can cause hair loss, but alopecia areata causes your hair follicles to shrink in size and slow down hair production. Unfortunately, the result is hair loss on the scalp, the body, or both. These can be small circular patches that rarely extend any further. However, it is capable of launching an all-out assault from head to toe. On the plus side, the stem cells will continue to supply new cells to the follicles. This provides the follicle with the constant possibility of regrowing new hair, though it may not be a quick process.

The problem with all alopecia areata treatments is that the results vary and they do not prevent future baldness. Meanwhile, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) produces consistent results and eliminates the need for further balding. That’s because your head tattoo will make you look like you just got a new buzzcut no matter how much hair you lose! Best of all, you won’t have to make any changes to your life because getting a scalp tattoo only takes two to three sessions.