Scalp Micropigmentation Is The New Alternate Hair Loss Solution For Men And Women Concerned With Balding or Thinning Hair

February 19, 2016   Health News
(PRLEAP.COM) February 19, 2016 - The majority of individuals rely on tradition and 'tried and true' methods that they are familiar with because these are 'known factors'. Trusting in the unknown or new is risky and can result in disappointing results that leave them no better off than where they were originally. Hair loss is a condition that happens to men and women all over the world regardless of age, race, color and heredity. It not only affects the physical appearance of the person but also their emotional perception and confidence levels on the inside. At The Scalp Micropigmentation Center of Toronto, we pride ourselves in being the certified in the art of SMP, as well as insured to give our clients an extra added sense of protection, as well as accredited by the BBB and members of the SPCP (Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals).

Clients that suffer from hair loss in the later stages may be desperate for a solution that works but it also has to meet their budget and lifestyle needs. Hair Transplant surgeries are permanent solutions but are often painful and very expensive while on the other side is sprays, wigs and supplements which are temporary and can add up to a high bill over the years. These last options have to be used on a daily basis and there is no guarantee with supplements and vitamins that they will continue to work and are often stated to only be effective in the early stages of hair loss.

One of the radical new treatment options offered at hair loss clinics in Toronto is SMP which stands for Scalp Micropigmentation. This solution offers a more permanent, long term option that can be handled in several sessions and will add density to the scalp or create a buzz cut or shaved hair look for the patient. The technique involves using special equipment similar to a tattoo artist where special inks that matches the patient's natural hair color is applied to the scalp to make it look like hair is growing in these areas. There are several benefits to this treatment option such as no upkeep or maintenance is needed, the pain is minimal and addressed at the time of the procedure and it is much more affordable than hair transplant surgery. Men and women both suffer from hair loss (http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/hair-loss/) and are both eligible for the SMP treatment, but it is important to work with a Toronto clinic that has documented experience with this technique. It requires several sessions with the initial consultation at no cost to the client to determine eligibility, plan of treatment and to answer any questions that the client has at the time. While the hair loss treatment clinic in Toronto (http://www.scalpmicropigmentationcenter.com/hair-loss-treatment/) has been around for close to a decade, it has only started to gain momentum now in the beauty industry especially since the permanent buzz cut has become more fashionable and acceptable in society for both sexes.

It is difficult to deal with the emotional and physical toll that hair loss and hair thinning (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-17888/How-cope-hair-loss.html) bring with them but with the variety of options available; there is hope for a solution. The decision on what that solution looks like must be a personal choice and should be considered in light of all the options both traditional and 'new' based on the benefits they can provide. Go online today to learn more about SMP in Toronto and find out how this option might be the answer you have been looking for.

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