Male Pattern baldness kills confidence
Scalp Micropigmentation is the only 100% effective hair loss solution. We offer people an alternative solution to mimic the appearance of hair follicles without surgical restoration, hair transplants, or other invasive procedures. The Scalp Micropigmentation treatment is drug-free, cost-friendly, and delivers immediate results with little to no maintenance.
The most common cause of hair loss for men is male pattern hair loss. This condition is most commonly caused by genetics and can begin to occur at any stage in a man’s life but is more frequent as men age. Pattern hair loss happens in pattern formation that is regularly measured using the Norwood scale. This is specifically used when carrying out SMP for men.
With SMP for men, we implant thousands of microdots of pigment into the scalp to mimic the look of hair follicles; this creates the look of a full head of closely shaved hair, like a buzzcut.
Visit our scalp micropigmentation clinic in Atlanta, Georgia and start your journey today.
3 common questions
Understandably we get a lot of questions about Scalp Micropigmentation so let us answer the 3 most common ones that we encounter.
Scalp Micropigmentation is a non-surgical process that is specifically customized to each individual hair loss need. SMP is a hair tattoo that strategically places dotted pigment onto your scalp creating the illusion of hair follicles. This is the only service that guarantees results.
This depends on your hair loss progression. Generally the greater the amount of hair loss, the higher the quoted price. The price for SMP is between $1500-$2500.
This is much more cost effective than other solutions such as hair transplants, medications, and hair systems including weaves, wigs, and braids for women.
Have you heard the saying ‘slow and steady wins the race’? The same goes for SMP. This is a multi-session process. Most will need 4 sessions. Each session can take between 2-4 hours depending on the amount of hair loss.
After the completion of your service, you can expect the color to last for many years. Over time, the pigment will gradually fade and a touch up will be required.
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