Scalp Micropigmentation, or SMP, is a non-invasive treatment that using micro-needles to deposit pigment into the skin of your scalp. This results in the appearance of tiny hair follicles on the scalp that help thicken and create the look of a fuller head of hair. If you are starting to thin, recede, or if you are completely bald, we can definitely help you.
NJ Scalp Micropigmentation has trained and licensed artists who can apply the best scalp micropigmentation treatments which will rebuild receded hairlines, thicken hair for those thinning, camouflage traditional scarring from transplants, and create the look of close-cropped or buzz-cut hair.
Scalp Micropigmentation is also very popular and effective for both men and women suffering from minor hair thinning or recession. This can even be combined with previous hair transplant procedures to really create that full head of hair you were expecting from the transplant. Our artists will replicate your own natural hair follicles and hair color helping to strengthen and add density to thinning areas, creating an undetectable illusion of thicker, stronger hair.
To create the appearance of hair, our American Academy of Micropigmentation certified master practitioners use specially formulated pigments and state-of-the-art equipment to create a custom-designed hairline, add density to areas that are thinning, and blend into your existing hair for a seamless look.
With scalp micropigmentation, your daily routine never needs to change. There is very little continued maintenance and there is no strict lifestyle or daily restrictions after getting SMP.
NJ Scalp Micropigmentation’s master practitioners will work closely with you to fully customize your new hairline design and your desired style preference. From a broken natural hairline to an edged-up fresh out of the barbershop look, we can find the best hairline to fit your face.
Most of our patients receive from two to three treatments spaced out approximately 14 days between sessions. Each patient is different as is every procedure. Some patients may need a touch-up about every 4-6 years, but some may never need a touch-up at all.