Scalp Micropigmentation for scar concealment
Using scalp micropigmenation to conceal the scars is another application of this technique, whether these scars are caused by external conditions or are congenital. One of the most common wounds which could be camouflaged perfectly by SMP is FUE or FUT scars that happen after hair transplant surgery.
All other scars caused by any type of surgery could be concealed by SMP as well.
Conventional hair transplantation methods
There are two types of hair transplant:
FUT Scars of hair transplant
currently, this is the most common way of hair transplant. In this method, the donor area is located in the back of the head. In this technique, a 0.5-inch-wide incision containing hair follicles is removed. These follicles contain grafts that are implanted after separation and division in the required areas of the head. After this surgery, the suture line remains on the back of the head.
FUE Scars of hair transplant
In this method, hair follicles are picked from areas with high hair density, which are usually located behind the head or above the ears, in the form of small, round bunches. The desired grafts, which include 1 to 4 hairs, will then be transferred to areas with baldness. This method does not require surgery and is usually used in cases where the hair transplant area is small and limited