Scalp micropigmentation is often chosen as an alternative to hair transplant, but many undergo the combination of both and choose to go for SMP after hair transplant.
Hair transplant, or follicular unit extraction (FUE), is a surgical procedure during which the client’s hair is distributed from places where it is abundant to places affected by hair loss.
The scalp tends to be very tender after the surgery, sometimes even antibiotics are needed for the recovery. The transplanted hair falls out after around two weeks and new hair grows in the same place only after 6 to 9 months.
Hair transplant and SMP create an effective combination for achieving the best results in combating hair loss. Each procedure has a different effect and they complement each other perfectly.