Can you trust SMP for scar repair? Well, scalp micropigmentation can be a great way to camouflage scars, thinning hair or create the shaved head look.
Unfortunately, as great as SMP is, it cannot cover up skin texture. In some cases, unhealthy skin can hinder the overall pigment impressions.
If you’re considering SMP as a solution for hair loss or scar camouflage, it’s important to take all necessary steps to address scar tissue before having your SMP treatments.
Does SMP for Scar Help?
There are different procedures in scalp micropigmentation to help with scar healing or camouflage.
Some examples include FUT scar revision, microneedling, laser skin resurfacing and fibroblast. All these options are great for scar tissue and will give you the best overall SMP results.
If you had a hair transplant, you may not realize your scalp consists of scar tissue where the grafts were placed. Utilizing microneedling is a great way to prep the scalp for healthy tissue. The procedure helps improve scars. It is a technique that involves directing tiny needles into the skin or the site of scar tissue.
The goal is to break up the old scar tissue that has left its imprint on your scalp. These micro injuries are known to start a healing response. As a result, the body produces collagen to repair the scar tissue.
The DermiMatch Experience
If you are disturbed with the look of hair transplant scar on your scalp, it’s time to camouflage it with scalp micropigmentation. The reason is that SMP for scar camouflage is one of the best ways to heal an old scar tissue. But you need the best hands for the procedure to produce the most desired results. DermiMatch can come to your rescue. Garrett Duell is a scalp expert with decades of experience under his belt.
For more information or to see what your options may be, please feel free to reach out to us at www.dermimatch.com in Scottsdale Arizona.