Scalp Pigmentation Aberdeen

At FUE Clinics we’re a leading scalp pigmentation specialist and we have a wealth of experience in providing scalp pigmentation in Aberdeen. Scalp pigmentation is one of the newest treatments available for hair loss, also known as a ‘hair tattoo’, its a unique treatment when considering other types of hair loss treatments. FUE Clinics team of hair loss specialists in Aberdeen are known for providing the best scalp pigmentation treatments. We’re highly professional and specialise in the investigation and diagnosis of scalp and hair issues when you choose our team we will determine the issue and the treatment that you will require in order to correct or rectify your problem.

If you’re looking for scalp pigmentation ‘near me’ in Aberdeen, you’re in the right place, at FUE Clinics we provide a range of scalp pigmentation treatments. Our team will work closely alongside you, consultants and health professionals, ensuring that you receive the right treatment.

Scalp Pigmentation and Longer Hair

Scalp pigmentation is a specially developed non-surgical treatment that will simulate hair stubble or a higher optical density, at FUE Clinics the permanent and semi-permanent scalp pigmentation that we provide will look 100% natural. All of our scalp pigmentation practitioners provide the necessary qualifications and accreditations, with years of experience we ensure quality treatment to patients throughout Aberdeen and the surrounding areas. Simply take a look at our before and after pictures, we’ve had a number of happy customers over the years. For further information, you can also take a look at our scalp pigmentation reviews from our previous clients.

What is Scalp Pigmentation?

Scalp pigmentation is usually split into different sessions, although the actual time can vary depending on the extent of your hair loss, the style you require and some other factors. During the treatments, microneedles will be used to layer pigment dots on your scalp in a process that is similar to getting a tattoo. Scalp pigmentation for long hair is highly technical, a specialised process performed by trained technicians, the ‘tiny dots’ of pigment will be placed in the dermal layer of skin to create the illusion of a full head of shaved hair. Before the first treatment, you will have a consultation with our team in Aberdeen, you’ll meet with the practitioner and before they provide the treatment they will discuss your requirements, including the shape of your hairline, its positioning and the density and shade of your pigmentation.

When each dot is applied with scalp pigmentation ink, a small wound is created, the scab will heal over the wound and it will eventually fall away, showing the implanted pigment. Your immune system will attack the pigments and cause them to shrink, this gradual fading of the dot will vary from person to person and may mean that you’ll need extra sessions to get the required pigment shade. This will all be covered in your consultation, can also go through a range of scalp pigmentation pictures and before and afters, helping you to choose the right positioning, shade and hairline for your scalp.

How does Scalp Pigmentation work?

Scalp pigmentation is a simple process and is popular with men and women in Aberdeen who have thinning hair or are balding, they may choose to have tiny dots tattooed on the scalp. This will achieve two different goals depending on the application, in thin areas the scalp micro pigmentation can help to mask the appearance of the underlying scalp and make hair look thicker. In areas that are totally bald, scalp pigmentation can be used to resemble a ‘buzz cut’. Scalp pigmentation treatment uses needles to ‘tattoo’ pigment into the scalp, it will create the appearance of hair follicles to restore the look of a fuller head of hair. The procedures replicate your natural hair follicles while strengthening and adding density to thinning areas.

Scalp Pigmentation

For Scalp Pigmentation in Aberdeen, Contact FUE Clinics Today

If you’re in need of scalp pigmentation in Aberdeen, simply contact FUE Clinics scalp pigmentation clinic today, our practitioners have years of experience and will provide a professional service regarding your hair loss and issues with the hair and scalp. FUE Clinics are home to a team of the best scalp pigmentation experts who will investigate and diagnose your scalp or hair issues and then provide the correct treatments to rectify your problem.

Frequently Asked Questions About Scalp Pigmentation in Aberdeen

How much does scalp pigmentation cost?
The cost of scalp pigmentation will vary from one client to another, in the majority of cases it will be impossible to determine your treatment without a consultation with one of our scalp pigmentation experts. At FUE Clinics when it comes to scalp pigmentation and scalp pigmentation for long hair, we can accurately determine the cost of the treatment once we have considered the issue and the type of pigmentation you require. Our consultation process will involve a thorough examination of your scalp, hair and head, this will allow us to assess the extent of the problem and how we can help you, next we’ll provide you with the scalp pigmentation cost.
What are the side effects of scalp pigmentation?
Scalp pigmentation comes with a few, minimal side effects, this includes your scalp being a little red after each application. The dots will also be darker and larger as your skin starts to heal, but then the tiny scabs that form over each dot will heal and fall off, taking some pigmentation and pigment with them.
What are common scalp pigmentation problems?
While scalp pigmentation is known for being an effective treatment, there are some ‘cons’ to consider. It’s a permanent procedure so it can be seen as a disadvantage to men, the hair pattern will always stay the same, so changing it will require more treatments or a laser removal process. Prolonged exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays can also increase the rate of fading, this will require the patient to visit the clinic again for touch ups. Another thing to consider is that it's more important that men undergoing the treatment keep their hair very short in order to take full advantage of the treatment.

 

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