Scalp Micropigmentation Treatments that will boost your confidence - by ROOTWORKS, Cambridge

SMP for Alopecia

SMP for Alopecia

Alopecia areata is an autoimmune disease, whereby your immune system – designed for protecting you against bacteria and viruses – erroneously attacks the hair follicles instead. This attack will cause your hair follicles to diminish in size and slow down the hair production itself. While some people’s hair grows back by itself, permanent damage to the follicles leaves others with patchy growth or complete baldness either on the scalp, body or both.

Unlike other treatment options that can prove to be expensive, unreliable, or temporary, scalp micropigmentation provides a safe and affordable way for individuals with any type or degree of alopecia to mask the effects of their condition and create the appearance of a full head of hair.

This is a great option for people who are suffering from any type or degree of alopecia as it can be applied to the scalp or in smaller patches of hair loss, a process of concealment.

Thinning

Thinning

I can replace your lost density and create the illusion of a full head of hair again. It’s a cover up procedure. Density is built up using Scalp Micropigmentation by blending pigment softly into the frontal hairline and gradually increasing density throughout the rest of the scalp wherever hair is thinning. Pigment is matched to the colour of your hair dependent on the length you intend to keep it, so that a totally natural blend is achieved.

I work within the existing hair length to create a thicker fuller look giving you the confidence to continue styling your hair at your preferred length. Working between your hair follicles I can apply pigments with pin point precision.

It is easy to top up should the thinning progress

Male Pattern Baldness

Male Pattern Baldness

Alopecia occurs most often in men and is more commonly known as “male pattern baldness.” This is typically marked in men by receding hairlines and a thinning crown. It’s caused in part by a person’s sensitivity to the hormone dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which causes hair follicles to shrink upon exposure and prevent the hairs from growing back.

Heredity also plays a role in both male and female pattern hair loss, but thankfully doesn’t have the same side effects other types of hair loss.

Treating hair loss with a permanent solution, like scalp micropigmentation will create a robust looking head of hair again

SMP for Women

SMP for Women

Although it is not as common for women to experience hair loss as it is for men, it is still a problem for many. This is why I provide SMP treatments for women, so they too can feel alive and confident again. With added colour to the scalp ladies can leave with the illusion of a thicker head of hair.

Scar Concealment

Scar Concealment

SMP produces excellent results in the camouflaging of hair loss from scars on the scalp whether as a result of previous injury or operation or from the effects left from a hair transplant.

The two most common hair transplant scars are FUE and FUT.

FUE - Follicular Unit Extraction - I will see a scattering of ‘dot’ scarring, usually from ear to ear depending on the amount of donor hair used. I take my time to camouflage and blend these through to your existing hair. Fantastic results are achieved after just 3 or 4 sessions of scalp micropigmentation.

FUT - Follicular Unit Transplant – I usually find a strip scar that is raised to varying degrees. These scars will camouflage with varying levels of success and it is important to understand that due to the nature of these types of scar I cannot promise 100% results. Results can sometimes take longer to achieve as I slowly build up layers of pigmentation to disguise the scar area.

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