At New York’s Facial, Plastic, Reconstructive and Laser Surgery, we understand that hair loss treatments can be expensive, invasive, and time consuming. We’re proud to offer a brand new, cutting-edge treatment for your hair loss and thinning. Scalp micropigmentation (SMP) is a state-of-the-art, painless scalp tattooing process that replicates the appearance of hair follicles in the treated area, instantly creating the look of a fuller head of hair.

Scalp Micropigmentation Benefits

SMP’s unique and specialized technique of using fine micro-needles to skillfully recreate the appearance of hair follicles produces thicker, fuller looking hair for both men and women.  This contemporary hair loss treatment can be used as a stand-alone solution for those individuals who want a non-surgical option or to enhance an existing hair restoration.  SMP benefits:

  • Hairline restoration
  • Hair density restoration
  • Scar and balding camouflage
  • Immediate results
  • Pain-free treatments
  • No downtime 
  • Natural-looking, life changing results

SMP treatments are long-lasting, providing results for up to four to six years before a touch-up is needed. Not only does it enhance the appearance of the thickness of your hair, but it won’t disturb your existing hair in the treated areas.

Scalp Micropigmentation is Perfect for Men and Women

SMP skillfully creates the illusion of dense and healthy hair follicles by strategically depositing a carbon-based pigment under the skin using precise micro-needles. This technique is used to restore hairlines, camouflage scars, and create fuller-looking hair for your desired final appearance.

Do you want to stop worrying about your hair loss and regain your self-confidence?

SMP is the #1 non-surgical solution for hair loss. Haven’t heard of it yet? It is time you know about it.

Now available at Oasis Medi-Spa along with our other state-of-the-art hair loss services.

  1. What is Scalp Micropigmentation?
    Scalp Micropigmentation or SMP is a contemporary, innovative, non-surgical hair loss solution
    ideal for both men and women that safely creates the look of fuller, denser hair. It is a cosmetic
    scalp “tattoo” that gives the illusion of fuller hair by camouflaging scalp skin with micro-dots of
    pigment. It is also used to camouflage scalp scars including hair transplant scars.
  2. How does it work?
    This state-of-the-art, painless scalp “tattoo” process replicates the appearance of hair follicles
    instantly camouflaging the scalp making hair look denser and fuller. Tiny dots of specialized
    carbon-based pigment are skillfully put into the scalp one dot at a time, using micro-fine needles,
    to replicate the look of hair follicles. This technique is known as pointillism and through a series
    of sessions, usually 2 to 3, hairlines and density are created and balanced to blend with your skin,
    hair, and head shape. Results are immediate. No down time.
  3. Am I a candidate?
    Great as a stand-alone treatment for hairline restoration for early to advanced hair loss and
    density fills for thinning hair. It is also the perfect complement to other hair loss solutions like
    PRP (platelet rich plasma) and Hair Transplants where perhaps you did not get the result you
    were hoping for. SMP can further enhance the results of hair transplant surgery and PRP and
    finish creating the successful look of a full head of hair.
  4. How long does Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) last?
    SMP lasts 4-6 years before a touch-up is needed. Good scalp care including avoiding excessive
    sun exposure maximizes time between touch-ups.

*Please inquire about pricing. Treatment performed by AnneMichelle Radcliffe, Scalp Micropigmentation Specialist To schedule a private consultation at the Hudson Valley location, please contact our Concierge Patient Coordinators at (845) 454-8025 or email us at info@NYfaceMD.com.


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