Scalp Micro-Pigmentation

Before (left) and after (right) images of Scalp Micro-Pigmentation treatment.

Scalp Micro-Pigmentation at Schweiger Dermatology Group

What is Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP)?

Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) is a non-surgical procedure that involves the placement of tiny pigment deposits within the upper dermis of the scalp that simulates the appearance of naturally growing hair.

While results can last up to 10 years, this hair loss treatment has multiple applications.

What are the main uses for SMP?

  1. A Shaved Look

    A shaved look has become increasingly popular with people who want to mimic the appearance of a closely cropped full head of hair.

  2. The Appearance of Density

    Scalp Micro-Pigmentation can increase the appearance of density in areas of thinning hair because it decreases the color contrast between the scalp and hair in patients who prefer to wear their hair longer.
    This thickening effect can be particularly beneficial for female patients with diffuse thinning or those who want to avoid using camouflage products on a daily basis.

  3. Scar Concealment

    SMP is an effective method of concealing scars resulting from trauma to the scalp or from surgical procedures used to treat hair loss or non-cosmetic problems.

  4. Augmenting a Hair Transplant

    SMP has become a useful tool to enhance the appearance of hair transplants. This can be beneficial for patients who want a look that is fuller than can be provided by their existing donor supply.

Do you have more questions about Scalp Micro-Pigmentation? Read Bernstein Medical’s FAQs.

About Schweiger Dermatology Group

Schweiger Dermatology Group was founded to help make excellent dermatology care accessible throughout the Northeast. In 2010, Dr. Eric Schweiger started the practice with a single location in Midtown Manhattan. When he saw the need for high-quality dermatology care that did not require weeks or months of waiting to see a qualified provider, his vision of a multi-location practice was born.

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