SCALP MICROPMIGMENTATION FOR SCARS
The Scalpa technique is a highly advanced scalp micropigmentation procedure, used by more than 20,000 men to add density or correct a receding hairline. However, more than 30% of all our clients use scalp micropigmentation to camouflage (hide) a scar of some sort, most commonly a FUT (strip) scar or multiple FUE (dot) scars, both of which are the result of hair transplant surgery.
FUT, FUE or Plug scars?
Just like every customer, every scar is completely unique. The cellular structure of the tissue, any indentation or protrusion, differences in size, shape, color, and position means each and every scar requires a tailored approach to achieve the best level of camouflage. As we’re sure you can appreciate, effective scar concealment requires a competent technician with specific experience in this area.
FUE scars are small, numerous and generally easy to hide as using scalp micropigmentation, they can be blended with your real hair almost seamlessly. Plug scars from old-fashioned hair restoration surgery are more challenging, however, their position and distribution usually enable them to be well camouflaged. FUT scars are perhaps the most challenging as they are the most visible prior to concealment, however, these scars are so common that our technicians have treated literally thousands of men with these scars, therefore working to hide them is almost second nature at Scalpa.