Your options are very limited, unfortunately. The plugs can possibly be removed, but you’ll still be left with scarring in that area and in the donor area at the back of your head. Scalp Micropigmentation could be an option for covering the scars from old plugs. Many men with bad plugs and bad hair transplants
I guess this could be something to try, though I’m not sure the “fake bake” self-tanning lotion would look like hair or even your hair color. I don’t see why it wouldn’t be safe, but just be sure to read the application instructions that come with whatever lotion you try. You just don’t want to
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) can be removed with appropriate lasers, but otherwise it should be considered a permanent cosmetic procedure. If you’re looking for something temporary, consider Toppik or DermMatch. We’ve answered similar questions about graying hair in the past — What Happens to the Scalp Micro-Pigmentation Once You Turn Gray? — but gray hair has
If you are considering Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), you would need to arrange a consultation with us. Shock loss after SMP is rare, but is a risk you should consider.
Yes, there is always a risk of shock hair loss with SMP, but we have not seen any significant hair loss in our experience (I recall one female patient, but it was minimal). Most people who choose to have SMP are already balding and made the decision to shave their head. We are very selective
I guess it sounds like a reasonable thing to do when small bald spots exist in a beard and the patient does not want hair transplants. But you’re going to limit yourself to always having the same facial hair length forever, or you’ll have tattooed spots on your face. Having said that we have done
This is a very important question. Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP), as we do it, mimics the shaved hair follicle as it emerges from the scalp, having no length. This is not a piece of art in the classic manner with shading and depth color. Some people want their scalp to become darker, so they use products
If you look at our
We have been performing Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) now for two years, so I can not address a longer time frame. I have seen one patient who had scalp tattoos done elsewhere about 9 years ago and he touched it up often (possibly too often). His scalp took on the appearance of smeared color. The black
Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is performed by Dr. Pak who creates the hairline and adjusts the individual pigment. His assistants also help in the process. We are not tattoo artists.