Smp For Alopecia
Covers all types of alopecia
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Conquer Alopecia with SMP
At our clinic, we specialize in addressing and blending the thin or bald areas caused by alopecia through scalp micropigmentation (SMP). Our SMP for Alopecia technique boosts your appearance and improves your life with effective treatment for hair loss.
Alopecia refers to the condition of hair loss, which can occur on the scalp, face, and body in various unique forms. Types such as Alopecia Androgenic (pattern hair loss), Alopecia Areata, Alopecia Totalis, and Alopecia Universalis are some of the main variations.
SMP provides immediate and noticeable results, serving as an effective hair loss treatment. It offers long-lasting coverage for baldness, providing protection and restoring confidence. The recovery time is short, and maintenance is easy. Once the initial treatment plan is completed, the remaining steps of the procedure will be taken care of. The pigments used in SMP do not wash off easily, providing reliable camouflage and coverage where needed.
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Alopecia is typically categorized based on its cause and the resulting effects. The most common type is Androgenic Alopecia, also known as male pattern baldness, which normally affects people over the age of 50. It is believed to be caused by hormonal changes and often has a genetic component.
Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune condition characterized by circular patches of hair loss. It can happen at any age and is often triggered or worsened by factors such as work stress or poor health.
Alopecia Totalis is complete hair loss on the scalp, while Alopecia Universalis involves total or near-total hair loss from the entire body. Although rare, Alopecia Universalis accounts for about 1% of all alopecia cases.
Traction Alopecia is more common in women who frequently style their hair in tight braids or under weaves. It also affects individuals with trichotillomania, a compulsive disorder characterized by hair plucking. The constant pulling puts strain on the hair follicles, leading to their loss. With proper care, this condition can be reversed if detected early.