Treatments

Mike is the SMP technician and owner of Top Scalp Clinic
Our Scalp Micropigmentation treatment room

Please read the detailed information about our treatments below.

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WHAT is Scalp Micropigmentation treatment for men?

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is the worlds growing hair loss solution, helping thousands of men regain confidence. SMP is a treatment for men with pattern baldness, hair thinning and alopecia.

SMP is a non surgical procedure.

  • No medication
  • No shampoos, lotions
  • Disguises hair loss for all ages
  • No donor hair
  • Restores your confidence

How does Scalp Micropigmentation work?

SMP replicates the natural appearance of real hair follicles if you are suffering from pattern baldness, hair thinning or alopecia. SMP camouflage hair loss solution creates the illusion of real shaven hair matched with your natural hair colour.

Pigment is inserted into the epidermis level of the skin, not causing the skin to break, swell, scab or bleed. The end result will appear as if you have a full head of hair, shaved to a short length; giving you full coverage and a solution to partial or full balding.

SMP is a popular treatment with men which requires 3 sessions and guarantees results. On average each treatment session will be around 3 hours. Between each treatment, there will be a 5-7 day ‘window’ period to allow the scalp to heal and for the pigments to absorb in the dermal layer.

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Why do men suffer from hair loss?

On average a person typically loses between 50 -100 hairs a day. Naturally, new hair growth takes place but when new hair doesn’t replace hair that has been lost, this is when hair loss happens.

What are the causes for hair loss?

Heredity

Heredity hair loss can take place with ageing. This is the most common cause of hair loss including male pattern baldness, and thinning hair along the crown of the scalp.

Stress

Stress is known to have a profound impact on hair loss, density, and can lead to thinning and bald patches.

Medication

The side effects of different medications used for cancer, arthritis, depression, heart problems, gout and high blood pressure have been known to lead to hair loss.

Radiation therapy

Radiation therapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses beams of intense energy to kill cancer cells. The hair may not grow back the same as it was before.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle factors, such as diet, amount of exercise, and the living environment can all impact upon the quality of a man’s hair.

Trauma

A physical or psychological trauma is also known to be a factor in male hair loss and can cause baldness.

What is Scalp Micro Pigmentation treatment for women?

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is the worlds growing hair loss solution, helping thousands of women regain confidence.

SMP is a non surgical procedure.

  • No medication
  • No shampoos, lotions
  • Disguises hair loss for all ages
  • No donor hair
  • Restores your confidence

How does Scalp Micropigmentation for women work?

SMP replicates the natural appearance of real hair follicles if you are suffering from pattern baldness, hair thinning or alopecia. SMP camouflage hair loss solution creates the illusion of real thicker hair matched with your natural hair colour. Hair loss in women can be exceptionally upsetting, but SMP is proven to change your life.

Pigment is inserted into the epidermis level of the skin, not causing the skin to break, swell, scab or bleed. The end result will give you a natural distinguishable thicker hair density.

Why do women suffer from hair loss?

On average a person typically loses between 50 -100 hairs a day. Naturally, new hair growth takes place but when new hair doesn’t replace hair that has been lost, this is when hair loss happens.

What are the causes for hair loss?

Heredity

Heredity hair loss can take place with ageing. This is the most common cause of hair loss including female pattern baldness, and thinning hair along the crown of the scalp.

Stress

Stress is known to have a profound impact on hair loss, density, and can lead to thinning and bald patches.

Medication

The side effects of different medications used for cancer, arthritis, depression, heart problems, gout and high blood pressure have been known to lead to hair loss.

Radiation therapy

Radiation therapy is a type of cancer treatment that uses beams of intense energy to kill cancer cells. The hair may not grow back the same as it was before.

Lifestyle factors

Lifestyle factors, such as diet, amount of exercise, and the living environment can all impact upon the quality of a woman’s hair.

Trauma

A physical or psychological trauma is also known to be a factor in female hair loss and can cause general thinning.

Hormones unbalance

Hormonal changes due to pregnancy, childbirth, menopause and thyroid problems can cause temporary or permanent hair loss.

Suffering from pattern baldness is very common with men and women. Pattern baldness is the cause of up to 95% of baldness in men. It’s a natural occurrence, affecting a majority of the male population. By the time you’re 50-year-olds old, there’s an 85% chance that your hair will be noticeably thinner.


Hair loss comes in a variety of shapes affecting either the hairline or the crown area or both.


For this SMP treatment, we guide clients to shave their hair down to achieve the buzz look so pigment can be perfectly matched and blended through to your existing hair.

How does SMP work?

Our skilled technician will look at the follicle density in the areas where there is existing hair and replicate the follicle patterns in the areas affected by baldness and thinning. The pigment colour will be matched perfectly to your natural colour blended to the existing area.

Hair density loss can affect both men and women at any time and for many reasons. In men it can be pattern baldness where the hair density starts to lose its thickness leading to further hair loss over time. In women it can be hair thinning that is the primary reason for individuals to seek a solution.

How does this Scalp Micro Pigmentation work?

Not all men want the shaven head look and SMP can add density and a natural look to existing longer hair.

For men and women, this treatment compliments the individuals existing hair line and hair. To be able to have this treatment the individual will need to have an established hair line and scattered thinning as SMP does not add physical length to existing hair.

Our skilled technician will look at the follicle density in the areas where there is existing hair and replicate the follicle patterns in the areas affected by baldness and thinning. The pigment colour will be matched perfectly to your natural colour blended to the existing area.

Both men and women can suffer from thinning hair. Scalp micropigmentation offers a solution by creating the illusion of hair density and the appearance of hair follicles on a male or female scalp.

Receding hairlines are probably the number one worry for men. Once the process starts the effects can be devastating, ending with the individual having to shave off the remaining hair or use costly hair systems to maintain a look which in itself can be very stressful.

SMP tackles this hair loss and can make a dramatic change to appearance and self-esteem.

How does this scalp micropigmentation treatment work?

Our skilled technician will look at the follicle density in the areas where there is existing hair and replicate the follicle patterns in the areas affected by baldness and thinning. The pigment colour will be matched perfectly to your natural colour blended to the existing area.

Scalp micro-pigmentation is a popular and effective treatment for men and women suffering from alopecia. SMP is a solution to addressing complete or partial hair loss.

Alopecia is a condition that can affect men and women. In most cases small patches of hair loss occur. In a few cases, it can lead to the complete loss of hair on the scalp (alopecia totalis) or, in extreme cases, the entire body (alopecia universalis).

How does SMP work?

Our skilled technician will look at the follicle density in the areas where there is existing hair and replicate the follicle patterns in the areas affected by Alopecia. The pigment colour will be matched perfectly to your natural colour blended to the existing area.

Scalp Micro pigmentation treatment is an effective treatment for concealing scars. Scalp scarring can occur from accidents, side effects from a hair transplant or from injury or surgery.

How does SMP work?

No matter the size and shape of your scar or where it is on your scalp, Top Scalp Clinic can provide you with SMP treatment to disguise your scarring and help you feel confident with your appearance.

SMP for scar treatment is a non-invasive, pleasant and safe procedure. Scar tissue on the scalp absorbs more pigments than other areas of the skin, making scalp micropigmentation the best way to hide scar tissue.


If you have any questions about Scalp Micropigmentation treatments available, please feel free to contact us.

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