Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP):

Scalp MicroPigmentation (SMP) is a specialized and progressive method of cosmetic tattooing. SMP is a hair-like follicle replication procedure customized to the need of the client:

  • Restore hairline on partially bald to fully bald heads

  • Restore density to thinning hair

  • Restore hairline and density for alopecia clients.

  • Hide/Conceal/Blend scarring (from hair transplant or hair extraction surgeries), birthmarks or burns.

  • Enhance existing hair transplants by adding density and dimension 


Due to its exceedingly intricate nature, SMP requires the use of specialized nano-needles and the latest in digital technology to implant pigment just below the epidermis layer of the scalp. SMP provides sure and lasting results with very little down time.

If you wish to learn more about Scalp MicroPigmentation and how you may be custom treated, please feel free to set up a free consultation. 

The Process:

Complete treatment will span 3-4 appointments:

  1. Consultation – The Plan. We will thoroughly go over the process, your goals, and create a plan of achievement.

  2. First Treatment – The Foundation. To achieve that flawless natural look, we want to build as we go. The first treatment will be on the conservative side as we create the foundation of your 3D look. (3-4 hours)

  3. Second Treatment – The Details. Once the foundation has settled we can then go in and add more detail/density/dimension. (2-3 hours)

  4. Third Treatment – The Perfecter. Everyone heals differently. In this session, we look to see where existing follicles can be gently reinforced, if more density should be added or if a darker appearance is desired we will complete the look in this visit.

Free Consultation:

Give it a test run! We will thoroughly go over the process, your goals, and create a plan of achievement. Then using a specialized formula/tool we will draw on temporary hair follicles to give you a feel for the overall look.

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