The Key To Long Term Hair Loss

“Are you suffering from excessive hair loss? Do you feel uncomfortable whenever people in public places stare at your bald head?

If you are experiencing baldness despite the absence of illnesses, allergies, and medication use, you might be suffering from idiopathic hair loss. This is a common occurrence among middle-aged men due to damaged hair follicles. Several aesthetic centers now offer scalp micropigmentation (SMP) to cure hair loss. In Nevada, SMP has become a commonly performed procedure among men who prefer long-term hair restoration.

What Factors Contribute to Hair Loss?

Several factors contribute to a sudden decline in hair growth among men. A positive family history of baldness predisposes you to develop the same condition in the future. It is possible that you have inherited a gene that increases the risk of follicle breakage in the scalp.

Aging is another factor that contributes to baldness. Since cellular growth becomes slower as you age, hair proliferation at the scalp similarly declines. Excessive smoking, alcohol intake, and poor diet can also increase the risk of hair damage.

What Is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp micropigmentation is a modern aesthetic technique that involves the use of small needles to inject pigments into the scalp. It copies the typical color and appearance of your follicles to restore normal hair fullness. It also darkens the pigmentation of existing strands to make the hair look dense.

How Is Scalp Micropigmentation Done?

Scalp micropigmentation begins with an application of local anesthetics to dampen pain over the area. A hair expert then injects fine needles that contain pigments over scattered areas of the scalp until it penetrates the deeper dermal layers to ensure lasting results.

The Bottom Line

The presence of hair dramatically contributes to the physical appearance of a person. It also boosts your self-esteem and increases your confidence to interact with people. Hence, scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a suitable alternative to help you restore natural hair color.”

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