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Do Hair Transplant Scars Go Away With Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation Questions & Answers With El Truchan - Award Winning London Clinic

Hair transplant surgical techniques have come a long way since the early days of hair plugs. Even so, scarring is still an inevitable by product of the procedure. Hair follicles extracted from the back and sides of the scalp (the donor areas). Your surgeon will remove each hair follicle graft individually with a micro-punch tool. Each extraction leaves a tiny round scar, up to 1 millimetre in diameter.

Based on how many hair follicles are extracted, this can add up to many hundreds or even thousands of puncture mark scars. These scars may look like tiny white dots after healing. Each follicle contains one to four hairs. If you have the extra buck to spare, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a reliable method to camouflage hair transplant scars.

It can disguise both linear strip scars as well as FUE scars. This procedure is appropriate only in scars that are flat.


Do hair transplant scars go away?


Their success isn't always guaranteed, and some scarring is almost certain to remain. We treated the visible on the video the scalp donner hair transplant scar with SMP. For our client we used scalp micropigmentation to camouflage the scar whilst adding additional coverage to the area.


How can I hide my hair transplant scars?


Scalp Micropigmentation SMP offers a way to hide hair transplant scars by replicating the appearance of hair regardless of whether you have short or long hair. There's no invasive surgery, no scarring and no down time. Hair doesn't naturally grow in scar tissue because there aren't any hair follicles in a scar.


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