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February 11, 2020

Scalp Micropigmentation Post Hair Transplant Surgery

Scalp Micropigmentation for Hair Transplant Surgery Scars

The big day came and went as you embarked on a journey toward saving your hairline. But a few excruciating months and several thousand dollars later, the most obvious result from your hair transplant surgery is a giant scar running along the back of your head. Even though you knew it was coming, it never quite feels like what you’ve signed up for.

Scalp Micropigmentation for Hair Transplant Surgery Scars wasn’t an imaginable scenario when SMP first came along to provide men and women with a hair loss solution. However, the results it offers to the permanent and unwanted side effect of hair transplant surgery is making waves. 

The Process

Hair transplants are a surgical technique that removes hair follicles from one part of the body, called the donor site, to a bald or balding part of the body known as the recipient site. The donor site is created with a scalpel and is usually 3-7 inches across the middle section of the back of the head and 2 to 4 inches from top to bottom. The gap is then stapled closed leaving an unnatural and completely noticeable scar.

Oftentimes, the resulting scar is downplayed during a hair transplant consultation. Perhaps it would increase the likelihood of patients seeking other permanent hair restoration solutions

Nevertheless, pre-surgery excitement has a way of taking over clients who are desperate to reclaim their confidence and finally address their hair loss. Besides, it can be easy to overlook scarring when you’re promised a full head of hair. But Hair Replication Studio doesn’t believe the trade-off is fair. 

Scalp Micropigmentation for Hair Transplant Surgery Scars injects microdots of pigment in the scalp replicating hair follicles.  A natural hairline is created and hair follicle replication is done recreating the appearance of natural hair follicles one microdot at a time. The results turn obvious scarring into unnoticeable hair follicles that resemble a close shave. If your hair grows over the scar, with SMP it will be completely invisible. But if you’re depending on new hair growth alone to cover it, you may be limited to certain hair cuts and styles that can still expose the scar.

Closing the Gap: SMP & Hair Transplant Surgery

We don’t believe a trade-off is necessary. Scalp Micropigmentation for Hair Transplant Surgery Scars allows you to have it all.

SMP pairs seamlessly with Hair Transplant Surgery. As you wait a year for hair follicles to start the regrowth process, scalp micropigmentation provides your hairline with a headstart. The appearance of your results will be better than imaginable as SMP brings your new follicles to life with them appearing thicker, fuller, and nearly double in quantity. 

So whether a post-surgery scar has you feeling less than satisfied or you’d like extra support in masking hair loss, Hair Replication Studio has your back.

Are you tired of any unwanted scars on your scalp? We are standing by to schedule your free consultation to see if SMP is the permanent scar cover-up solution you’re in search of.