Scalp Micropigmentation


What is Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)?

Scalp Micropigmentation describes a process in which tiny ink impressions are placed on your scalp to replace the hair follicles you’ve lost. The result is a clean, confident look that says, “Sure, I have a full head of hair. I just choose to shave it down.”  SMP looks completely real—even up close and to the touch. Request a quote and talk to one of our technicians to get started.


Scalp Micropigmentation, or SMP, is NOT surgery.

It’s the generic name for a lightly invasive process that uses tiny ink impressions placed on the scalp to create the look of a full, robust hairline cut very closely. Each impression resembles an individual hair follicle, and the effect is so realistic, attractive, masculine and low­ maintenance that some men choose to have the procedure even before they experience thinning or baldness.


Choose the exact look you want

For those who’ve tried other solutions, SMP is also a popular procedure for scar repair and correcting hair transplant damage. SMP is especially attractive because it allows you to choose the exact look you want—from the shape of the hairline to the specific pigment used.


Scalp Migropigmentation Benefits for Baldness

  • Empowering you to choose the look you want, regardless of hair or skin color.
  • Using a proprietary SMP process that’s proven effective and highly reviewed.
  • Delivering an attractive, long ­term, low­ or no ­maintenance baldness solution.
  • Employing only trained, certified technicians who are both friendly and professional.
  • Offering you a lifetime guarantee on your SMP.

Pricing ­

The Smartest & Most Affordable Hair Loss Solution When you consider any investment, it’s always critical to look at the long term. Scalp Micro Pigmentation is not only more attractive as a hair loss solution, but as an investment. To determine specific pricing, start by requesting a quote.

SMP for Scar Repair

Some men are scarred for life by hair transplant surgeries—literally. If you’re one of them, you’re in luck. Because scar tissue is so different from healthy skin tissue (it’s actually a hard patch your body forms as a survival mechanism after trauma), it also reacts differently to pigmentation.


Scalp Scar Camouflage with Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)

Scars from previous hair transplant surgery are much harder to detect. The illusion of density is added in areas where hair transplant surgery failed to do so. You can wear your hair at different lengths