Why Scalp Micropigmentation?

Relationships with scars are often complex ones, particularly from those on display. Invariably people are relatively kind. They’ll often say they hadn’t noticed and, to be honest, it may well be the case. But dependant on the site of your scar, the mirror each morning is pretty much a daily reminder of its existence. The upshot is unless you’ve managed to negotiate a great relationship with your scar, it’s more than a little tough.

Scalp scarring stems from a multitude of causes ranging from dermatological through to genetic. Scarring can be the result of surgery & more commonly than perceived, from poorly carried out hair transplant surgery. Scalp Micropigmentation for scarring is one of the most ground-breaking innovations for scalp scar suffers. It addresses the concealment of many cosmetic hair conditions and it’s effectiveness in scar cover-up is resoundingly successful.

Scar Concealment & Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation is an innovative and revolutionary solution to concealing scarring. Its success rate is phenomenal and the ability to change the quality of the recipient’s life, immeasurable. But each and every scalp and scar sufferer is different which means your technician will need to make precision judgments throughout the procedure.

SMP is administered using a micro-fine needle and when working on scar tissue your technician will be implanting pigments on damaged and undamaged skin which are within close proximty. The key to success is, without doubt, continuous and effective artistic and technical evaluations. Great care is taken to ensure the pigment is placed into the Dermis layer of the skin in accordance with its condition and shading whilst safeguarding against penetration outside of its confinements.

Is Scalp Micropigmentation Safe on Scar Tissue?

In real terms, the process of Scalp Micropigmentation sits gently under the banner of aesthetic tattooing. It’s a permanent cosmetic treatment where carefully selected pigments are implanted, taking the form of tiny dots at the secondary epidermis level in the skin. The pigment will become trapped which result in the form of an indelible marking tantamount to that of a tattoo.

Albeit scar tissue is tougher than previously undamaged skin, provided the correct measures are taken, the risks concerning SMP on scar tissue are effectively zero. The challenge predominantly lies in pigment selection & insertion depth. Pigment hold will be different to that of ones administered to unblemished skin and it’s recommended to wait for scar maturation prior to treatment. Scalp Micropigmentation is an incredibly effective solution for scar concealments but will require more intense levels of precision & aftercare.