Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is a non-surgical procedure used to treat unwanted hair in the scalp and other parts of the body. Microsculpting, sculpting and fusing hair follicles so that they are permanently removed from the body is the main idea behind the treatments. A treatment using Micro Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) helps remove hair from unwanted areas on the scalp and gives the patient a natural looking finish. Micro Scalp Micropigmentation is one of the most popular treatments in the world and over the last few years it has grown in popularity.
There are several micro pigmentation methods available. Follicular unit extraction (FUE) is the most common and widely used method for permanent scalp micropigmentation. FUE is a non-damaging, non-surgical technique for coloring the scalp. The follicle units of the scalp are gently extracted with a tiny tool that is similar to a Q-tip. Following this, the scalp is wrapped in a dressing and any remaining hair follicles are easily removed with another sterile scalpel.
Laser treatments are also popular as they offer some of the fastest treatments available. Laser treatments work by applying light directly to the scalp which activates hair growth. Since some patients have experienced slight burning sensations, most laser treatments are carried out by a professional hair stylist or dermatologist.
Another non-invasive option that is growing in popularity is chemical peels. Chemical peels use chemicals such as trichloroacetic acid (TCA) to chemically peel the skin of the scalp. After the treatment, most people will not even notice the peel, since the treated skin will be red and tender and will fall off on its own after several weeks. This is considered one of the least-satisfactory treatments available. However, it is very effective for removing unwanted hair from the scalp and for improving the color of the hair.
Many men are concerned that this hair removal method could interfere with their hormonal levels. A few studies have shown a small increase in hormone levels but these studies have been inconclusive. Most professional hair removal companies state that hormone levels do not interfere with the process. It is important to note that most major dermatology offices in Palm Beach County and Pompano Beach do not perform this procedure under any circumstances, due to the risk of hormone interference.
Men who want to remove unwanted hair on their scalps will find great success with any of the methods described above. However, it is important for men to remember that this process may take longer than many women plan to give their hair a "fair" ytale ending. With careful planning and research, anyone can find a great treatment plan for their own hair.
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