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Scalp Micropigmentation in Los Angeles, commonly known as SMP, has given thousands of individuals suffering hair loss their confidence back. Hair loss remedies go back to the Roman era with most being ineffective while also causing damage to the scalp. While hair loss is a genetic fact of life for most men and many women, it is, nevertheless traumatic for some, resulting in the expensive and time-consuming experimentation with invasive and even questionable solutions.
At On Point SMP in Los Angeles we are quite accustomed to seeing both male and female clients with balding, alopecia, or heavy scarring from hair transplant attempts. Others have become frustrated with the expense and daily commitment associated with topical applications. Women in particular feel distress because of the societal association between hair and beauty. On Point SMP offers a realistic, cost effective, and non-invasive solution to your hair loss concerns. We have worked with clients from all walk of life, offering safety, confidentiality, experience, and expertise.
Scalp Micropigmentation In Los Angeles
Scalp micropigmentation is a non-surgical hair loss treatment. As a semi-permanent cosmetic procedure, its process involves applying pigment to the scalp’s dermal layer. This is similar to a tattoo, though it is done to give the illusion of having a fuller set of hair or having a more defined hairline.
Scalp micropigmentation has become a global movement due to its non-invasive aspects, but it’s also a highly recognized procedure right here in Los Angeles. People who opt for scalp micropigmentation are often those suffering from hair loss or those who may not be qualified to undergo hair transplants. Similarly, people who have experienced complications from previous hair transplant procedures can hide their scars or other imperfections with scalp micropigmentation. People with other hair issues or diseases resulting in hair loss may also undergo scalp micropigmentation depending on their condition.
While this is not considered a medical treatment or a cure for hair loss, scalp micropigmentation is a popular solution to restore the appearance of hair. Aside from addressing problem areas and hair density, this treatment can boost the self-confidence of those who have experienced it.
What Is SMP?
SMP stands for scalp micropigmentation, also commonly known as scalp tattoo. But while it does share similarities with tattooing, the tools used for scalp micropigmentation are different. Specialized equipment with more power is used for scalp micropigmentation. Moreover, the technique applied to SMP procedures resembles pointillism, which uses tiny layered dots with different hues. This is done to give depth and definition to the scalp by creating the appearance of numerous hair follicles.
Micropigmentation lasts for years and is less invasive than applying a tattoo. The micropigmentation practitioner will wear gloves during the procedure as they apply pigment to the necessary section of the head. Even the micropigmentation instruments are slightly less advanced than tattoo devices and many clients state they feel minor discomfort during the procedure. Micropigmentation is performed in an office setting and can range from two to four hours depending on the extent of the needed application. Hair loss can cause a loss of confidence for people who experience it. SMP can Micropigmentation is a non-invasive procedure can restore confidence and the look that clients are used to seeing in the mirror.
Types of Micropigmentation Treatments
Treatments For Men
Treatments or Women
SMP For Alopecia
What’s the SMP Treatment Process?
Increased Hair Density
Restore Receding Hairlines
Boost In Self-Confidence
Read Our Scalp After-Treatment Guidelines
Following our after-treatment guidelines are just as important as preparing for the SMP procedure itself. How you care for your scalp will help ensure that the treatment is long-lasting. At the same time, performing after-treatment care correctly will help avoid irritation, allergies, or any adverse effects.
Overall, the goal of after-treatment care is to keep your head clean and dry. We have found that these guidelines are generally helpful to our clients: