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Make MM Seattle SMP Your Scalp Micropigmentation Clinic in Seattle
Are you experiencing hair balding? Has hair loss got you feeling down? Maybe you’ve considered getting a hair restoration treatment but were unsure of which one would work best. If so, you should schedule an appointment for a scalp micropigmentation treatment in Seattle. We are one of many scalp facilities that specialize in the restoration of your scalp.
At MM Seattle SMP, our staff is certified in the thorough treatment of hair loss and balding. This particular scalp micropigmentation procedure is a noninvasive hair loss treatment and involves using pigment to give the illusion and appearance of authentic, natural-looking hair. Now, you’re probably wondering just how long it takes to have this procedure done. Staff members agree that the operation takes no longer than three sessions to complete. This treatment is bearable if you have a relatively average pain tolerance. If you can’t stand the pain, the time spent on any one session could affect the length of time it takes to get done. However, the results will leave you feeling confident in your appearance. The procedure lasts for years, so you don’t have to worry about getting the work done very frequently.
Our scalp micropigmentation clinic in Seattle treats each patient individually. We ask questions to better understand what your expectations are of each treatment. This is to ensure we have all the information we need to provide the best patient experience we can while solidifying patient-staff relationships.
About MM Seattle SMP
How It Works?
SMP can restore a youthful natural hairline you once had by replicating hair follicles using a micro needle so the end result looks like a full head of hair you chose to shave. The hairline is the focal point of your overall appearance and it is important to consider your age, ethnicity, and lifestyle in order to achieve the soft and natural hairline most people are looking for. You may choose a natural receding hairline that is very versatile and it is suitable for most people because it replicates how hair recedes naturally over time. Straight edge up hairline is very popular amongst our Africa American and young Hispanic clients; it is a “straight out of barbershop” kind of hairline. Round hairline is another popular hairline for all ages and is most suitable for rounder faces and larger heads. Regardless which hairline you choose to go with it is important that SMP is administered by a trained and licensed specialist to ensure you get the best hairline for your desired look.
Let us clear up the common myth! You DON’T need to completely shave to benefit from SMP. There are few instances where one would consider getting SMP for thinning hair, most commonly someone who has already had a hair transplant but did not receive density they had hoped for or thinning is visible but you are simply not ready to shave yet. Many think that hair loss only effects men. However, the fact is that 50% off women will experience noticeable hair loss. A variety conditions can cause a permanent or temporary hair loss in women, most common are hormonal changes due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause and thyroid problems. Scalp Micropigmentation is an excellent solution for both men and women suffering from general thinning. We will work around your remaining hair to reduce the contrast between your scalp and hair to create an appearance of fuller thicker hair.
Yes, scars can be treated with SMP! All hair transplants leave some form of permanent scaring. Many of our clients have had hair transplants, but unfortunately, some did not get the density they wanted and are deciding to shave to get the desired look with SMP treatment. Those people are stuck with a scar, FUT (strip scar) usually running from one ear to the other or FUE (multiple tiny round, white scars) in the donor area. By shaving their hair the scar would become visible, in which case SMP successfully covers most scars. This is not limited to hair transplant scars, SMP will successfully cover accidents or any surgical scars.