SMP Treatment for
Male Pattern Baldness
SMP Treatment For
Male pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss, and according to figures from the NHS affects around half of all men by their fiftieth year, often starting as early as the mid to late twenties. Male pattern baldness usually presents with a receding hairline, and is followed by thinning of the remaining hair. It can progress to complete baldness.We have treated clients across the spectrum of ages from early twenties to late seventies, it’s never too early or late to start your SMP journey!There are two types of treatment we carry out for this type of hair loss – Shaved and Camouflage. Please see more information about the two treatments below.
To recreate a shaven look where the client intends to keep the hair very short, or completely shaved. We use different sized needles to create the most realistic and natural look. We are increasingly asked to carry out corrective work on clients who have had treatment elsewhere (often with inexperienced practitioners who are offering cheap quotes). Sometimes we are able to correct the treatment and get it looking great again, but sometimes, unfortunately, we do have to recommend removal. Please enquire if you are in this situation and we will do our best to advise and help.
To camouflage thinning areas by creating the appearance of more density in the hair where the client intends to keep the length. Please note, hair must be trimmed down for treatment to be carried out. This ensures a perfect, consistent SMP underneath and future proof’s your treatment if you lose more hair. You can then choose to regrow your hair or you might decide you love it as it is!
All of our consultant technicians have had the treatment themselves so you can see an example of our work in person. They will talk you through the process, answer any questions and you will never be under any pressure either throughout or following. We give you the information and leave you to decide whether scalp micropigmentation and Evoke are right for you.
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