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What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp micropigmentation is a non surgical hair loss solution. It creates an amazing illusion which replicates the hair follicles both on the face and head with organic pigmentation. This painless procedure is great for bold heads, men and women suffering from receding hairlines, head and facial scars, or just minor hair loss.
This is the fastest growing hair loss treatment in the United States, with more than 500,000 men and women choosing SMP versus traditional options like wigs or surgery.

Immediate Result Just after one session!


How does SMP Work and Who is it for?

How does SMP Work and Who is it for?

The main goal of going through a session or more of SMP is to use tiny layered dots of different shades of black to create the look of a shadow of hair on your scalp. Your professional practitioner will work his or her expertise into your scalp to ensure the dots look natural, and blend in with your complexion.

Scalp Micropigmentation may be a beneficial process for those who are experiencing hair loss in all forms. This includes people with:

  •  Alopecia

  •  Male and Female Pattern Baldness

  •  Hair Thinning

  •  Density treatments

  •  Scars

  •  Beard

What else is Scalp Micropigmentation used for?

Millions of men and women suffer from dermatologic and/or genetic conditions, such as genetic balding or alopecia, as well scalp scarring. Scalp Micropigmentation, also known as SMP, is utilized in many ways as a form of a solution for these imperfections. It is a great way to restore a fading hairline, extremely effective in camouflaging scars, and covering an entire hairless area on the head. You can even get your beard filled in with this procedure, and you wouldn’t need to worry about visiting a specialist to get your beard shaped up every week. 

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Still Have Questions?

The team at Therapeutic Cuts is always available to take your call. Come on in for a FREE consultation or call us to further discuss any questions or concerns you may have. We hope to hear from you soon!

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