Hair transplant or Scalp Micropigmentation? I believe there is not a definite answer to this question, and everything depends on the individual’s condition. To answer the question if hair transplant is better or scalp micropigmentation, let's consider different conditions to see which one works better for individuals. You can find more about Scalp Micropigmentation here
In this situation, a hair transplant is possible but because it is so pricy, I believe SMP would be a better option for these people. At this level of hair loss, you do not need to go under Pain, long-term care and the high cost of hair transplant. With Scalp Micropigmentation, you can cover your scalp with simulated hair follicles to camouflage the thinning hair. This level of thinning hair happens for many people, both men and women, and Scalp micropigmentation is my recommendation.
Although Scalp Micropigmentation is an option for this group, a hair transplant would be a better choice for those who want to keep their hair long.
If you are in a high level of Norwood hair-loss scale with Norwood 5,6 and 7 and you want to have a sporty appearance with a shaved head look, Scalp Micropigmentation is a better option for you because it is cheaper, achieve the quick result with a stylish shaved appearance.
This group has already chosen hair transplant but due to various reasons, they have not achieved their desired result. It happens because of insufficient hair banks or partial or total hair transplant failure. The only choice for people in this group is Scalp Micropigmentation to increase their density or if their hair transplant is totally failed, using full scalp micropigmentation.
In conclusion, the proficiency of your doctor and artist is extremely important to have the best result. For example, in a hair transplant, the root with 1 hair strand should be used for the front of the head and roots with 3 strands need to be used for the crown and other parts. This gives you a natural look, while a doctor with insufficient experience and proficiency, gives you thick hairs in front of your head that are more likely to be fallen. The same level of proficiency is needed in Scalp Micropigmentation. For example, the simulated hair follicles in your hairline should be worked very lightly and naturally while an artist with a lack of proficiency gives you dark and noticeable dots on your head.