How Is SMP Performed?
Scalp micropigmentation is best described as a scalp tattoo. This groundbreaking innovation duplicates the appearance of thicker, fuller hair.
When performing SMP, our hair transplant physician applies a natural pigment to the epidermal layer of the scalp using ultra-fine needles that yield thousands of microdot tattoos that offer the appearance of natural hair follicles. This stippling pattern creates hair follicles that look like hair has been cut close to the scalp.
This procedure involves significant attention to detail. The purpose of this technique is covering the surface area of hair loss at the scalp to form a new hairline. Typically, you need approximately two to three sessions, about four to five hours per session, for scalp micropigmentation to occur to achieve desirable results. During your initial consultation, you should discuss with our hair transplant doctor the color you desire that closely matches your natural hair color and skin tone.