What is Scalp Micropigmentation for Women

When women suffer from any type of hair loss disorder it’s extremely distressing. It weighs heavily and often gets pushed over to sidelines of conversations. It’s a painful subject and difficult to talk about and the negative impact it can bring to a woman’s life is deep.

Female hair loss or thinning can happen for a number of reasons. But it’s often linked to pattern baldness, where the natural parting begins to widen and hair loses its density. The cause of female hair thinning can be associated with many factors, some of which are autoimmune conditions. However, the most common factor would seem to be family history and hormones.

Here at SMP Georgia, we support all women and their hair loss disorders. We consider your plight to also be ours. Whenever we welcome a woman suffering from any of the alopecias into our clinic we treat their restoration with poignant respect. Working section-by-section through the existing hair, we can offer an illusion of density and a regained sense of confidence from your very first treatment of scalp micropigmentation.

SMP for Women – Questions & Answers

One of the first questions always asked is what is involved in an SMP treatment? And to answer simply, it is the use of pigments which are implanted in small dots onto the scalp using a microneedle. It will vastly improve the appearance of thinning hair, bald patches and also scarring where needed. The end result is a natural finish that is both elegant and unnoticeable.

Another frequently asked question is the damage it will cause to existing hair follicles. Given the hair loss which has already happened, it’s an understandable concern. Thankfully, the answer to this question is a resounding no. Damage to existing hair follicles is zero.

And finally, you’ll also be delighted to learn that you can keep the existing hair you already have. The treatment can be administered, section-by-section and in addition, your SMP won’t affect any treatments you are currently taking to promote further hair growth.

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