What Types of Hair Loss Can Scalp Micropigmentation Treat?
Bald Patches of Hair
A receding hairline is a type of hair loss that typically occurs in men as they age. The condition is characterized by a gradual loss of hair from the forehead, resulting in a distinctive “M” shape. While a receding hairline can be a natural part of aging, it can cause psychological distress and impact a person’s self-esteem. There are a number of potential causes for receding hairlines, including genetics, hormones, and certain medical conditions.
Scalp micropigmentation can be an effective treatment for alopecia arreata, a condition that causes hair loss. The treatment involves placing pigment into the scalp to create the appearance of hair. This can help cover up any bald spots and give the illusion of a fuller head of hair.
If you’re struggling to cope with hair loss, scalp micropigmentation is a cost-effective and long-lasting option that you can consider. Reach out to MM Seattle SMP to learn more about how this procedure can help you.