Androgenic Alopecia is the most common form of baldness in men. It concerns about 70% of men and can already start in puberty. The excessive hair loss usually starts at the crown in combination with the hairline that gets inlets and therefore moves more and more backwards.
This form also occurs in women but to a much lesser extent. It usually starts around menopause. The hairline often remains intact and the hairs become thinner. Seeds are therefore more vulnerable and break down sooner. The scalp looks normal in this form of Alopecia. The main cause is genetically determined.
Our technique camouflages or fills bald and thinly haired spots and scars so that they are no longer visible.
Scars (hair transplant)
Despite the fact that the techniques of hair transplantation have become better and better, there are still specialists and clinics who leave their patients with scarring on the head. Usually that is on the back of the head which is usually used as a donor area. It also happens that the transplanted hairs do not grow.
This causes inconsistency in the hair structure and therefore stands out. Scalp Micropigmentation can camouflage the scars and fill in the density in this situation. Scalp Micropigmentation is also a solution for scars caused by an accident. Our technique camouflages scars and makes them invisible.
Alopecia Areata manifests itself in the occurrence of excessive hair loss in various places (spots) on the head. This shape can also affect the beard area and eyebrows. There is also sometimes a loss of pigment. This is mainly on the edges of the bald spots. The cause of this form is still unknown, but stress is often mentioned as a triggering factor.
Alopecia Totalis and Universalis
Two other forms of Alopecia are Alopecia Totalis and Universalis. With Totalis the hair alone is absent, including the eyebrows and eyelashes. At Universalis, all body hair is absent and is an advanced stage of Alopecia Areata.
This is the most severe form of Alopecia. The cause of these forms is also unknown, but there are indications that it is genetically determined.
Thin hair and balding spots
Because a spot on the head (often near the crown, parting or hairline) has less hair growth compared to the area around it, it is easier to look at the scalp.
This also makes this place stand out. With the Scalp Micropigmentation technique you can reduce this effect by pigmenting micro-dots in the scalp at the right points.
Baldness in sideburns or beard
Scalp Micropigmentation can also offer a solution to people with bald spots in the beard area or sideburns.
This technique then simulates a stubble or close-shaven sideburn.