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Scalp Micro Pigmentation In New York

Scalp Micropigmentation From RHRLI

Scalp Micropigmentation Procedures by Robotic Hair Restoration Long Island

For decades, men and women have used various types of concealers to hide their thinning hair and emerging scalp as well as the linear scar left behind by the old FUT (Follicular Hair Transplant) or strip surgery.

While cosmetic service providers have previously tried tattoos, only recently have cosmetic surgeons and Scalp Micropigmentation practitioners been able to turn it into an art form to assist those with hair loss.

 

What is Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation uses permanent concealers as a specialized tattoo in a rippling pattern that mimics the appearance of closely cut hair. The process can be used on both balding and thinning hair areas and even on different types of scars.
 
Scalp Micropigmentation is a highly advanced method of cosmetic pigmentation. using tiny needles to add color to the scalp to mimic the look of hair follicles.

Before & After for Scalp Micropigmentation

Female Scalp Micropigmentation Patient
Before Female Scalp Micropigmentation procedure
After Female Scalp Micropigmentation procedure
African American Patient Covering His FUT Scar
Scalp Micropigmentation before
Scalp Micropigmentation after

Before Scalp Micropigmentation
After Scalp Micropigmentation


How does Scalp Micropigmentation Work?

Scalp Micropigmentation Procedures before photo by Robotic Hair Restoration Long IslandScalp Micropigmentation practitioners use a specialized instrument that uses a reciprocating needling to apply a stippled pattern between the scalp’s pores. The micropigmentation dots are tiny – just 0.1mm each.

Much like getting a tattoo, the tiny, computer-controlled, micro-fine scalp micropigmentation needles add colored pigment to the scalp in triple clusters to create the consistent pattern and optimal results.

Who is Best Suited for Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation Procedures After photo by Robotic Hair Restoration Long IslandScalp Micropigmentation is uniquely suited to a variety of conditions that do not have an alternative. For example, a person who has a limited donor area is a major reason for it, as well as people with previous hair transplants who have become heavily donor depleted, especially with significant scarring. Situations such as that are perfect for Scalp Micropigmentation.

Thanks to the unique application involved, Scalp Micropigmentation enables the patient to attain a normal-looking donor area without additional hair transplants since the process addresses both scarring and see-through areas.


 

How Long Does The Procedure Take?

To achieve optimal results, Scalp Micropigmentation usually requires three sessions, generally spaced about 2-3 weeks apart. Each session, due to the care and detail required, involves a minimum of 2-4 hours, depending upon what is exactly needed. For example, blending in strip scars requires treating the area above and below the scar for best results.

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Session One

Session One demonstrates how well the scar tissue responds to the process, the color used and the inks.

Session Two

In Session Two, the color acceptance of the scar tissue and ink depth from session one’s results are analyzed. Adjustments are made accordingly as the process is repeated. Stippling density is increased and any changes to the ink color and placement depth are made if needed.
 

Session Three

In Session Three, technical refinement of the process occurs to ensure a custom camouflage of the scar that blends naturally into the patient’s existing hair so the results are essentially undetectable.

Unfortunately, because it is a very precise, detailed process, attempting to do Scalp Micropigmentation more quickly can severely compromise the results.


What Are My Options For Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation comes in three forms:

  1. Scar camouflage for FUE transplants
  2. Filling in sparse areas to create a denser look within the hairline
  3. A full head process to mimic a buzz cut or shaved look.

Why Choose Scalp Micropigmentation Over Other Options?

Scalp Micropigmentation is a permanent look without any products that can be washed out.

Does The Procedure Hurt?

Scalp Micropigmentation generally causes minimal discomfort.
On a scale of 1-10, it’s generally ranked as a 2.

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Is Scalp Micropigmentation Permanent?

Longevity depends upon how you care for it. Because sun can gradually fade the pigmentation, a good sunscreen is important. A light touch up might eventually be required.

What’s the Difference Between Scalp Micropigmentation and a Regular Head Tattoo?

Scalp Micropigmentation uses organic ink rather than the oxide-based ink used for tattoos. Also, Scalp Micropigmentation is specifically designed to blend in and camouflage, not stand out like tattoo designs.

What is The Healing Process Like?

Following all instructions from the technician is essential, especially for the first 1-4 days, which are crucial to the healing process. That includes no hair washing, swimming or extreme workouts that can cause scalp sweating because Scalp Micropigmentation involves a dry healing process. Getting the head wet would impede proper healing.


Scalp Micropigmentation Testimonials

“I was left with a nasty scar from the donor area of a hair strip transplant prohibiting me from wearing my hair short.”

“I’m happy to say upon researching scar revision, I found Robotic Hair Restoration of Long Island. I must say Dr. Gohil, and his staff are nothing short of great.”

Marianne used Scalp Micropigmentation to camouflage the scar. What a difference! I am now free to wear my hair short in the back without being self-conscience about it. I totally appreciate their honesty and integrity.”

“So if you’re having hair trouble of any kind, check them out. They truly care, and can help with their state-of-the-art equipment and knowledgeable staff.”

– Sal B. of Long Island


For more information on Scalp Micropigmentation, contact RHRLI today for a free hair restoration consultation.