Scalp micropigmentation for alopecia

Alopecia is a non-infectious and autoimmune disease that leads to hair loss in people regardless of gender and age. Autoimmunity means that the immune system attacks healthy hair follicles by mistake. Alopecia is a medical condition that causes hair loss problems and might appear at any stage of life. There are some types of this disease, but unfortunately, many of them cannot be cured completely.
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How does Scalp Micropigmentation work for Alopecia?

One of the problems with alopecia treatments is that the results are variable and do not prevent further baldness in some cases.

Unlike other treatment options, which can be expensive, unreliable, or temporary, scalp micropigmentation provides a safe, guaranteed, and cost-effective way for people with any type and degree of alopecia.
Like tattoos, Scalp Micropigmentation pokes pigments into areas of the scalp. These simulated hair follicles match the colour of your skin and the natural colour of your hair to create a freshly shaved hair look.

This technique can be applied to the whole head or patches of hair loss. This is a completely different approach that does not try to cure alopecia but rather camouflages its symptoms. The scalp can allow people with alopecia to live with confidence without worrying about hair loss.

Types of alopecia:

Androgenic alopecia: It is the most common type of alopecia in both men and women through genetics, which is immutable.
Alopecia areata(patchy): This causes circular patches of hair loss on the head or body that can be total or partial; In some cases, it can lead to complete hair loss on the head or the whole body.
Alopecia total: This is a type of alopecia areata; This type of alopecia refers to the general hair loss of a person. About 5% of alopecia patients have this autoimmune disorder.
Alopecia universal: Similar to alopecia areata and alopecia total, universal alopecia causes the loss of almost all body hair.
Traction alopecia: It occurs when hair is pulled regularly, especially in people who ذraiding their hair, but if you recognize it early and prevent it from continuing, hair regrowth can occur after a while.