SMP for hair male pattern baldness
Male pattern baldness is the cause of up to 95% of baldness in men. It's a natural occurrence, affecting a majority of the male population. By the time you're 50, there's an 85% chance that your hair will be noticeably thinner. For cosmetic reasons, many men aren't comfortable with natural hair loss. Though you're not alone, you may prefer how you looked with fuller, thicker hair.
How SMP can help with male pattern baldness
If you prefer the youthful look of a full, thick and strong head of hair, then scalp micropigmentation could be the solution you deserve. Using tiny scalp tattoos, this process creates a natural and convincing result. Small tattoos can be used in areas of significant hair loss, or in patches where the hair has thinned to the point that the scalp can be seen through the strands. Scalp tattoos will blend with your hair to make it look fuller and thicker.
Types of balding SMP can treat
Scalp micropigmentation can be used to treat many different types of hair loss. It is commonly used to mask thinning hair, as well as male pattern baldness. These treatments work best when your existing hair can blend with these small scalp tattoos and may look less natural in situations where patches are completely lacking in hair. You can use SMP to maintain a hairline as it starts to recede but may need to cut your hair a lot shorter to suit your new scalp tattoos. Whatever the reason for your hair loss, if you're not ready to show your scalp, why not call to talk through SMP options?