Scalp Micropigmentation for baldness
Scalp Micropigmentaion is a great solution for Baldness. Patterned hair loss or baldness is progressive and occurs throughout a lifetime. However, in many men and women, it can start by the time they hit their early 20s. The significant shedding begins at the temples, gradually leading to a receding hairline.
In more severe cases, male pattern baldness leaves the entire crown of the head hairless. The only parts of the scalp that retain some hair are the back and the sides. The remaining hair takes on a not-so-nice horseshoe pattern.
Is Scalp Micropigmentation for Me?
If you have baldness in parts of your scalp, the only low maintenance hair loss solutions are Hair Transplant and Scalp Micropigmetation for baldness. Here is a summary of the suitable treatment for you based on the amount and location of hair loss:
- If you have major baldness all over your head, the only hair solution is Hair Tattooing. The amount of hair that can be transplanted is limited, So for big areas of baldness, there is not enough hair to be transplanted. In this case, The limitation with scalp micropigmentation for baldness is that existing hair should be kept short at all times.
- If you have a big bald area in the Hairline of your head, Scalp Micropigmentation only works if you are happy to keep your hair short. If you like to keep your hair long, then hair transplant is the treatment to choose specially considering that hair transplant success rate is much more in the front of the scalp.
- If you have hair loss in the crown area, Scalp Micropigmenation is the best hair solution to choose and It can work even if you want to keep your hair long. Hair transplant success rate is quite low in the crown area and It’s not recommended.
For more detailed information read Hair Tattooing VS Hair Transplant article.
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