Premature hair loss has been a subject of some delicacy for decades. It can be uncomfortable to discuss, particularly for women, as hair loss is not as openly discussed among women. This issue is so pervasive and prevalent in so many lives that, as our society makes scientific and technological advances, significant resources and many professionals are dedicated to advancements in hair restoration procedures, both surgical and non-surgical.
The 2 most popular hair restoration procedures practiced across the globe are hair transplants that involve healthy follicles surgically relocated from a donor sight to the bald or balding area and scalp micro pigmentation (SMP), a permanent, non-surgical cosmetic treatment more commonly known as a medical hairline tattoo. As a result of these new and improved hair restoration techniques/technologies, the social stigma and self-confidence issues associated with hair loss can be a thing of the past. Both surgical hair transplants and non-surgical scalp micropigmentation are not only safe but effective. They can be easily completed in as few as 1 to 3 treatment sessions.