Get the best of both worlds. Real hair with virtually limitless density at your disposal, no matter how much donor hair you have.
As well as hiding general baldness and thinning, we use our Scalp Micropigmentation technique to cover scars created by hair restoration surgery. This includes linear scars found at the back and side of the head following a FUT procedure, as well as dotted FUE scars. There is, however, another way that Scalp Micropigmentation can work with your hair transplant – as a pre-planned combination procedure.
The hair transplant surgery option does have its merits, and many people like the feel of real hair on their scalps. By combining traditional hair restoration techniques and our highly advanced Scalp Micropigmentation process, you will benefit from the best of both worlds regardless if you are looking for hair restoration for individuals with alopecia, or just for regular women or men. Real hair with real texture, with the illusion of thickness and fullness that only Scalp Micropigmentation can provide.
Which Comes First?
In most cases your hair transplant procedure should be completed first, however this is not always the case. Quite often, your hair transplant can be carried out retrospectively.