The scalp micropigmentation procedure, is used to add density or correct a receding hairline. Scalp micropigmentation is also used on clients to camouflage (hide) a scar of some sort, most commonly a FUT (strip) scar or multiple FUE (dot) scars, both of which
are the result of hair transplant surgery.
These are by far the most common, and usually the most problematic for the bearer. Identified as a long linear scar at the back of the head, the classic strip scar is caused by the old fashioned FUT (follicular unit transplantation) technique.
Characterized by multiple small ‘dot’ scars at the back of the head as well as smaller bumpy scars in the recipient area (usually at the front or on the crown), FUE scars are less severe than strip scars and are generally easier to camouflage. Resulting from FUE (follicular unit extraction) surgery, FUE scars are becoming more common as more people shun dated strip techniques in favor of more advanced FUE procedures.
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