Hair Loss Treatment for Alopecia
Though alopecia effects 1 in every 1,000 people in the U.S.*, finding the best solutions for hair loss can be so challenging that it magnifies the psychological effects of the disease.
Though there are a number of medical treatments for alopecia, there are often limited long-term effects for many of them. Most of these treatments either take months to show results or become ineffective after initial success. In the meantime, the alopecia patient often suffers from depression, social phobia, or anxiety.
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) offers an advanced, cutting edge solution for people who struggle with alopecia!
For men and women who suffer hair loss from alopecia, traction alopecia, chemotherapy, or radiation, SMP offers a cutting edge, natural looking alternative. For men, SMP can produce a natural buzz cut or edged up look. For women, SMP can simulate hair follicles beneath thinning hair, resulting in fuller looking hair with a far less patchy appearance. SMP can also be used as to bridge the time period of regrowth for chemotherapy or radiation patients.
Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) Looks Natural and Restores Your Confidence!
Pam Neighbors is a Certified Master Specialist* in SMP and more than 25 years as a master artist in cosmetic and reconstructive tattooing. She has worked extensively with plastic surgeons for scar and burn camouflaging, breast reconstruction and alopecia patients. Using SMP, Pam can offer help to:
The 2.5 million people in the U.S. suffering from Trichotillomania, an impulse control disorder often characterized by the pulling of facial hair.
Alopecia Areata sufferers.
Traction Alopecia sufferers.
Chemotherapy and radiation recipients.
People with donor scars from previous attempts at hair transplant surgery.
People with thinning eyebrows or lashes.