Procedure Scalp micropigmentation offers a wide array of benefits when compared to hair transplant and other hair loss treatment options. However the outcome of scalp micropigmentation, just like any procedure, depends wholly on the technician in charge of the procedure. And due to the tremendous acceptance of SMP worldwide, there is a large number of practitioners out there offering poor MPS service in attempts to enter the booming market. Consequently, leaving their patients with an even worse problem when the procedure eventually goes bad.
Why Do Procedures Go Bad?
There is a wide range of errors that could occur during SMP, however, only three (3) are highly rampant. They include the application of;
incorrect pigmentation depth
incorrect type of needle required
When any of these unforgiving errors is made by an inexperienced practitioner, what should have been a perfect camouflage for hair loss turns out to be disastrous and an eyesore. We find it quite disheartening whenever a client walks into our office with huge dots on the head or even a totally blue head. This explains why scalp micropigmentation is a very sensitive and delicate procedure which yields the best results only when performed by highly skilled professionals. At North Carolina International Hairlines, we do our very best to repair and correct the negative effects caused due to bad scalp micropigmentation procedures.
Solution If you notice some irregularities and feel your treatment isn't up to scratch, your best bet is to stop your provider from adding any extra pigments with immediate effect and alacrity. Once done, do not hesitate to contact North Carolina International Hairlines to correct the terrible scalp micropigmentation procedure!