Scalp Micropigmentation

The DHI Scalp Micropigmentation (Direct SMP) is a new and promising hair restoration method for both increased hair loss and sparse hair.

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How Does It Work?

Unlike tattoos or permanent make-up, SMP uses permanent and non-toxic pigments applied to the scalp in a way that produces an accurate simulation of thicker hair.

When is Scalp Micropigmentation Recommended?

Scalp Micropigmentation therapy is recommended for the following cases of hair loss
  • In cases of low Norwood scale or in cases where thinning of the follicles, is in general, observed in order to achieve the effect of density in the suffering areas.
  • In cases of high Norwood scales, usually combined with a hair transplant.
  • In cases of achieving the desired density whereas:
    • There is a very poor or exhausted donor area.
    • The extraction of the follicles has exceeded 50% of the donor area. In that case the micro pigmentation can be applied to both donor and recipient area.
    • The patient uses prosthetic hair piece and wants to get rid of it.
  • In cases of low Norwood scale or in cases where thinning of the follicles, is in general, observed in order to achieve the effect of density in the suffering areas.
  • In cases of high Norwood scales, usually combined with a hair transplant.
  • In cases of achieving the desired density whereas:
    • There is a very poor or exhausted donor area
    • The extraction of the follicles has exceeded 50% of the donor area. In that case the micro pigmentation can be applied to both donor and recipient area
    • The patient uses prosthetic hair piece and wants to get rid of it.
  • In cases of scarring alopecias such as traumatic scars (wounds or burns), postoperative scars (FUT or other surgeries) , as well as genetic problems in hair growth
  • In case when the patient desires to increase the density effect instantly in areas suffering from hair loss without undergoing a hair transplant.
  • In cases when the patient desires to improve their density look without using temporary products such as powders or microfibers.
  • In cases when the patient desires to restore facial hairs (eyebrows, beard, mustache or sideburns), and the hair transplant is not desirable or recommended.
  • Different types of alopecia (such as alopecia areata)
  • Naturally sparse brows
  • Thinning eyebrows of continuous plucking
  • Improving eyebrows shape

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