Scalp Micro-Pigmentation For Hair Loss
The Advantages & Benefits of Scalp Micro-Pigmentation
SMP is a type of medical-grade tattoo that can be temporary, semi-permanent, or permanent. This particular procedure is considered to be a specialized treatment. You don’t typically get this type of tattoo at your local parlor. It is a cosmetic procedure best received at a facility dedicated to hair restoration, or similar cosmetic procedures. A few benefits:
- Unlike other forms of hair restoration, scalp micro-pigmentation provides immediate results, making it a go-to choice for men and women wanting an immediate pick-me-up.
- Gives the illusion of volume and thickness, making it the perfect enhancement for women with sparse parts and men with only slightly thinning hair.
- Brings a “five o’clock shadow” to shaved heads making it look like you have a full head of hair, but choose to cut it all off.
The SMP/FUE Combo
If you are looking for the best of both worlds, consider getting both an SMP and an FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction.) FUE is one of the most popular forms of hair transplant and one that can be done, in most cases, in one day and leaves no linear scar. Schedule a consult with Dr. Danyo to determine if you would benefit from the immediate effects of SMP along with the long-lasting effects of FUE. Give us a call or use our 24/7 booking app to schedule your free consultation.
Dr. Daniel A. Danyo is the founder and medical director of North Atlanta Hair Restoration, specializing in treating hair loss in both men and women. He is one of only 300 people in the world certified by the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery.
He is a member of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, International Alliance of Hair Restoration Surgeons, American Hair Loss Association, and The International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery.
He is also an early adopter and pioneer of Shave-less FUE, one of the most discreet surgical procedures available for hair restoration. Dr. Danyo performs every procedure himself, from start to finish. He individually extracts and places every graft on every patient. Learn more about Dr. Danyo on his Meet Dr. Danyo page.