Scalp micropigmentation has evolved, earlier it was only used for men who preferred the cropped look. These days scalp micropigmentation treatment in Dubai is not only used on its own but it is also used in combination with other treatments. Scalp micropigmentation treatment is used with a hair transplant to give an appearance of added density. It also helps to seamlessly blend transplanted hair with your actual hair.
Scalp micropigmentation Treatment
Scalp micropigmentation treatment in Dubai, commonly known as SMP is a non-surgical treatment. It covers up the scalp with a pigment matching your natural hair color to mimic the look of a shaved head. Some candidates not prefer a cropped look and want real hair which they can cut, color and style. With SMP, it is not achievable. However, SMP can be used with other hair transplant techniques to enhance the results.
Follicular Unit Extraction
In FUE (Follicular Unit Extraction), follicular units are extracted from the back and sides of the scalp using a punch tool. Once extracted, grafts are evaluated and implanted in the recipient’s area. It is a minimally invasive procedure and involves no stitches and it produces natural-looking scar-free results.
Why should SMP and FUE hair transplant used in combination with each other?
SMP provides a cropped look and FUE hair transplant provides natural-looking results. If an individual has a large balding area and limited supply in the donor section, he/she will not achieve the desired hair density with hair transplant alone. That’s when scalp micropigmentation treatment comes in place. Using scalp micropigmentation treatment along with FUE hair transplant will give the look of thicker, fuller hair you have always wanted to achieve. The pigments on your scalp will seamlessly blend the transplanted hair with your natural hair. It will make hair look much thicker than it really is.
Also, if you have any kind of scars due to a hair transplant or any other wound, scalp micropigmentation treatment can help cover it up also. These two treatments are good on their own considering the needs of an individual. But, these two techniques, when used in combination with each other will make you achieve the best results possible.