FUT & FUE Hair Transplant
Scalp micropigmentation for scars is extremely common with men who have hair transplant scars. If you’ve had a hair transplant (FUE or FUT) these types of hair transplant scars can be very visible and limit hairstyle options. A large percentage of SMP clients seek the treatment to help camouflage FUE and FUT scarring associated with prior hair transplants. We can help hide these hair transplant scars for our clients. Scalp micropigmentation for scars will not just hide your scar, but the process can also help heal the injured skin.
The process of scalp micropigmentation for scars will generate more collagen in an effort to heal the small wounds. In theory, the needles from the SMP are producing new collagen that is formed which will help smooth out your scar’s appearance.
It is important to note that an individual seeking scalp micropigmentation for scars, either FUE or FUT hair transplant scars, will need to have the scar inspected to be sure there is no keloid or hypertrophic trauma. These scars will have a lot of knots or tough collagen buildup in the scar, and they are generally raised and will feel quite bumpy.
It is very important that we first flatten and smooth the scar as best we can to give you the best result possible. If we were to try and insert pigment directly into one of these damaged scars, the pigment will most likely migrate, thus giving you a poor result.
We take great pride in making you look your best, and we will go over the best options and the best course of action to help camouflage and eliminate your hair transplant scars.