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Scalp Micropigmentation

Looking to have your hair restored but don’t want a hair transplant or a hair system? Micropigmentation, also known as virtual hair, is an amazing new way to treat the appearance of hair loss. This innovative non-surgical technique simulates the look of short hairs of a closely shaved scalp.

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Simulates Real Hair

Scalp micropigmentation, also known as SMP, scalp tattooing, or hair follicle replication, is excellent for men who like to wear a short stubble hairstyle as well as men and women looking to fill in thin areas where the scalp is showing. It can be the solution for many types of scalp conditions such as genetic androgenic alopecia (male pattern baldness). It can also be used to conceal scars or birthmarks on the scalp area. Scars from older hair transplant procedures can be minimized and in some cases made practically invisible using our scalp micropigmentation process.

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How it Works

Micropigmentation introduces colored cosmetic pigment into the epidermis microscopically. This novel approach to hair restoration uses pigment to create permanent tiny dots or small ‘hash marks’ to look like just shaven or recently shaven hair.

When to Consider SMP

Surgical Scarring

From previous hair loss procedures

Autoimmune Diseases

Alopecia Areata is the most notable

Genetic Hair Loss

Androgenetic Alopecia, male-pattern baldness

Traction Alopecia

Caused by hairstyles that pull back on hair-ponytails, buns, braids, etc.

Our Technician

Thomas McDonald is the hairline artist behind all of the great results you see above. Thomas provides his Scalp Clinique Micro services at We Grow Hair Indy, here in Indianapolis, IN. Thomas has won multiple awards for his micropigmentation skills including Scalpa Artist of the Year at Scalp Aesthetics Scalpacon.

Want to know if Scalp Micropigmentation is right for you?

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