Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'smp'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Surgical Hair Restoration
    • Welcome! Click here to learn how to Post!
    • Hair Restoration Questions and Answers
    • Hair Transplant Experiences and Surgeon Reviews
    • Hair Restoration Results Posted by Patients
    • Results Posted by Leading Hair Restoration Clinics
    • Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE)
    • Open Hair Loss Topics
    • Visits to Leading Hair Transplant Clinics
    • Video Interviews with Leading Hair Transplant Surgeons
    • Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP)
    • Support Group - Discuss personal issues due to Hair Loss
  • Non Surgical Treatments for Baldness
    • Hair Loss Drugs
    • Shampoos, sprays, and concealers
    • Hair Systems
    • Herbal hair loss remedies
    • Future Medical treatments
  • Issues Not Related To Hair Loss
    • Cosmetic Surgery Not Hair Loss Related
    • Physical Fitness Issues
    • Off-Topic Posts

Product Groups

There are no results to display.

Blogs

  • DocGMarcovici's Blog
  • Pat - Publisher of this Community's Blog
  • Hans - Webmaster's Blog
  • PanamaJimmy's Blog
  • Lailo's Blog
  • Bill - Managing Publisher's Blog
  • greganders53's Blog
  • darren smith's Blog
  • elhayekmir's Blog
  • trukutru's Blog
  • myeddula51's Blog
  • jpmonster's Blog
  • yellowgreen's Blog
  • J's Blog
  • RayukMann's Blog
  • lukeyb1687's Blog
  • Kenaz73's Blog
  • alex12's Blog
  • Albion71's Blog
  • PD's Blog
  • info_transplant's Blog
  • SharpTooth's Blog
  • araveang's Blog
  • mcal74's Blog
  • Johnny1's Blog
  • pdgoldy's Blog
  • Dr Markou's Blog
  • tienlv's Blog
  • J4R3D's Blog
  • Gossy's Blog
  • pete78's Blog
  • Hansi's Blog
  • oz-alo's Blog
  • Dsanders1's Blog
  • RodG's Blog
  • dwaynemassachusetts's Blog
  • boxers's Blog
  • friscoman's Blog
  • coldandbald's Blog
  • backspace's Blog
  • william's Blog
  • Sluggerbryce's Blog
  • ukbloke's Blog
  • umesh's Blog
  • kemper's Blog
  • rajax's Blog
  • onetwo's Blog
  • thoughtsbecomethings's Blog
  • BrainFried's Blog
  • jm75's Blog
  • smgrl009's Blog
  • Ozguy's Blog
  • jcoolb's Blog
  • rahalnewpatient's Blog
  • Topi's Blog
  • AdamAJ's Blog
  • cardel25's Blog
  • walid12's Blog
  • thikien's Blog
  • rws's Blog
  • DCClinton's Blog
  • FixMyHair's Blog
  • boloheadboy's Blog
  • IstanbulHT's Blog
  • Dan72's Blog
  • snydez99's Blog
  • spex's Blog
  • FauxHawk's Blog
  • TroyPolamalu79's Blog
  • Rabbit3's Blog
  • young53's Blog
  • gunnerg's Blog
  • barry80's Blog
  • TheSpecial1's Blog
  • dsppushpendra's Blog
  • Mutahirw's Blog
  • hairfind's Blog
  • swayzedo's Blog
  • hairwoes's Blog
  • MarkyGras's Blog
  • BOLD's Blog
  • adam1987uk's Blog
  • chris1's Blog
  • NEWHAIRPLEASE's Blog
  • rich91403's Blog
  • born76's Blog
  • Irishstreak's Blog
  • bart4hair's Blog
  • Hairgoesnothing's Blog
  • jasonbailie's Blog
  • maccasteph's Blog
  • Fit2Bgood's Blog
  • stvobadia's Blog
  • Tom2011's Blog
  • gottitgood4me's Blog
  • HairToStay's Blog
  • Movingon33's Blog
  • MinoxidilRR's Blog
  • dan4880's Blog
  • caifusan's Blog
  • Aski's Blog
  • Aarya's Blog
  • pketan86's Blog
  • hi2hiren's Blog
  • Dr Saeed Tavakoli's Blog
  • multiplier's Blog
  • Laze's Blog
  • ybbald's Blog
  • baldingdj's Blog
  • Paulwasbald's Blog
  • FUE3545's Blog
  • Montreal's Blog
  • Don2020's Blog
  • susanta2413's Blog
  • MrNewHair's Blog
  • johnyboy9's Blog
  • Keyboard's Blog
  • hairbangalore's Blog
  • givemehair's Blog
  • annmaree's Blog
  • piyush's Blog
  • raj747's Blog
  • SPacificDude's Blog
  • EdwHair1014's Blog
  • herolf's Blog
  • tauqeer78's Blog
  • chsh's Blog
  • baltyk's Blog
  • Al-DownUnder's Blog
  • trizzy's Blog
  • manus445's Blog
  • Marc12's Blog
  • Joshw97's Blog
  • Here2help's Blog
  • jmillar30's Blog
  • nicklubby's Blog
  • hairgoingby's Blog
  • Newbi01's Blog
  • Faro's Blog
  • Misssinger's Blog
  • newguy28's Blog
  • finance's Blog
  • Lancs_Man's Blog
  • BaldWhisky's Blog
  • losinghairfast's Blog
  • joespo's Blog
  • snoopy007's Blog
  • Dutch's Blog
  • furbbster's Blog
  • BaldingBlows's Blog
  • Rem's Blog
  • Rockford's Blog
  • wings's Blog
  • TheHonestTruth's Blog
  • sanjaykumar11's Blog
  • sammy123's Blog
  • JusFig's Blog
  • Anil's Blog
  • drcpa's Blog
  • powdz's Blog
  • waisal's Blog
  • badger556's Blog
  • RayInPA's Blog
  • jamie2369's Blog
  • 2000FUE's Blog
  • follicalchaser's Blog
  • mg39's Blog
  • crossy's Blog
  • jmle's Blog
  • Bangs's Blog
  • BaldingIrish's Blog
  • hairseeker2012's Blog
  • lamb11rl's Blog
  • dxdevilz's Blog
  • prophetstown's Blog
  • geranium's Blog
  • InfoSeeker2's Blog
  • rg3955's Blog
  • sujeetkr11's Blog
  • Truehair's Blog
  • Bobw's Blog
  • kinnubjd's Blog
  • widescar's Blog
  • blueboy08's Blog
  • norfolk123's Blog
  • happy-patient's Blog
  • CameronM's Blog
  • bakri's Blog
  • burned1's Blog
  • lionman's Blog
  • Operation-Dont-Be-like-Kojak's Blog
  • kc121's Blog
  • kumar80's Blog
  • Rockstar's Blog
  • grwelshy's Blog
  • Crusade's Blog
  • me2's Blog
  • happyboy's Blog
  • tjc1963's Blog
  • Jordanal's Blog
  • RobertG's Blog
  • jakeryan556's Blog
  • QuestionLove's Blog
  • michaeljames's Blog
  • Matt1107's Blog
  • Goldsilver's Blog
  • AdamBrunswick's Blog
  • Falcon45's Blog
  • SeizingFate's Blog
  • Jotronic's Blog
  • jezza's Blog
  • tuja's Blog
  • Goldie's Blog
  • FollicallyChallenged's Blog
  • Morgan's Blog
  • Baldylocks's Blog
  • Stevo007's Blog
  • jerrycan's Blog
  • Jed's Blog
  • mohsen786786's Blog
  • ejl7's Blog
  • cmjz2897's Blog
  • ItsAllAboutTheT's Blog
  • Alex13's Blog
  • timag85's Blog
  • Petee's Blog
  • cena25's Blog
  • Eagles2199's Blog
  • emd80's Blog
  • Ludo's Blog
  • onecrazythingcalledhair's Blog
  • Sonal's Blog
  • nicks09's Blog
  • myhairtransplantdone's Blog
  • coskun's Blog
  • Solutionforhairloss's Blog
  • hairshopeing's Blog
  • Coug's Blog
  • Newone's Blog
  • Bubby1914's Blog
  • Nick27's Blog
  • Italiano's Blog
  • maddie's Blog
  • mike92's Blog
  • Downunda's Blog
  • ram90's Blog
  • NYY1978's Blog
  • HairAlpha's Blog
  • sachsmartie's Blog
  • BainsRick's Blog
  • rschafer's Blog
  • Tom139's Blog
  • Mogaine's Blog
  • a's Blog
  • lastactionhero's Blog
  • lisbone's Blog
  • 198606's Blog
  • alwahishi's Blog
  • Shayshay1's Blog
  • Mystique's Blog
  • Dr. Hakan DOGANAY's Blog
  • Keith3232's Blog
  • abhimanyu's Blog
  • hanood's Blog
  • msiala's Blog
  • oncled's Blog
  • TomF's Blog
  • HairReloaded's Blog
  • Seven911's Blog
  • cr1tikal's Blog
  • shane13's Blog
  • Margaritaville's Blog
  • MSK's Blog
  • hairpassion's Blog
  • Shabs88's Blog
  • johnzvacek's Blog
  • da's Blog
  • pckrfan795's Blog
  • ballac05's Blog
  • jes45468's Blog
  • Just-a-bitmore-on-top's Blog
  • thecricketer90's Blog
  • hams82's Blog
  • davenyork's Blog
  • Tammy13's Blog
  • Drnigam's Blog
  • agenteye's Blog
  • Dr Tejinder Bhatti's Blog
  • david707's Blog
  • corvette's Blog
  • santhosh443's Blog
  • mirza7's Blog
  • JonasGars34's Blog
  • dilly's Blog
  • banhair443's Blog
  • calgaryhairguy's Blog
  • daksh84's Blog
  • behroz's Blog
  • Altdot's Blog
  • sadsub's Blog
  • samuel's Blog
  • Bentham's Blog
  • taz1456's Blog
  • jackthehopeful's Blog
  • Boon's Blog
  • hairtreat's Blog
  • J08197's Blog
  • Thomas2012's Blog
  • Holty81's Blog
  • rajman2k's Blog
  • frederickjohnson93's Blog
  • sham420's Blog
  • jeets's Blog
  • Dakota's Blog
  • Earmuffs's Blog
  • sanimian's Blog
  • Ds3jamall's Blog
  • birchy's Blog
  • tempname's Blog
  • capta1nK1rack's Blog
  • LosAngelesTransplant's Blog
  • Staffie's Blog
  • someirishguy's Blog
  • myhead's Blog
  • JMJneedshelp's Blog
  • PKHAIR's Blog
  • cachaco's Blog
  • gretchenhill's Blog
  • GeorgeUk's Blog
  • Stublue's Blog
  • Texas777's Blog
  • joem's Blog
  • DanO59's Blog
  • drchives's Blog
  • Proactive69's Blog
  • seansimpson123's Blog
  • apolo's Blog
  • jg1976's Blog
  • kwiksilver's Blog
  • Michael Vories, MD's Blog
  • Israfil's Blog
  • jmgt25's Blog
  • whattodonext's Blog
  • Miamihair's Blog
  • ecco007's Blog
  • Jamesbon007's Blog
  • SkinEd's Blog
  • bgbear's Blog
  • Coolhead2013's Blog
  • FollicularlyChallenged66's Blog
  • marklet's Blog
  • NoTakeBacks's Blog
  • RickHouston's Blog
  • ethan1985's Blog
  • vsingh1984's Blog
  • DV8's Blog
  • Bonaparts's Blog
  • Z33's Blog
  • pisces's Blog
  • rubens67's Blog
  • Genetics323's Blog
  • Ritika's Blog
  • mitchell's Blog
  • tuggu's Blog
  • MTL30's Blog
  • mikey711's Blog
  • David923's Blog
  • samuel81's Blog
  • alexander80's Blog
  • Eskimo00's Blog
  • dazzler500's Blog
  • efflux's Blog
  • tacolinowest's Blog
  • PhonicState's Blog
  • mikeharoton's Blog
  • rams518's Blog
  • Keyur30's Blog
  • mika2333's Blog
  • appleton's Blog
  • monty123's Blog
  • NotSureYet's Blog
  • can90's Blog
  • Unit040186's Blog
  • cheersboston1's Blog
  • Craiiiiig's Blog
  • anewme's Blog
  • wadenwa's Blog
  • Dave80's Blog
  • wazaam's Blog
  • Seekingalpha513's Blog
  • knud86's Blog
  • rhon271's Blog
  • ussoccerfan1990's Blog
  • California's Blog
  • zaskar11's Blog
  • Amit2014's Blog
  • Alice66's Blog
  • kokosam's Blog
  • DPHouser's Blog
  • SKP's Blog
  • hairagain69's Blog
  • WRajah2012's Blog
  • waiting's Blog
  • jerzig's Blog
  • amb2000's Blog
  • rizwanlodhi's Blog
  • jobegood1's Blog
  • sadhikari's Blog
  • HAIRTRANSPLANTDOCTOR123's Blog
  • Glider's Blog
  • jpthind's Blog
  • Sheeple's Blog
  • Drkalia's Blog
  • BaldEagle1892's Blog
  • hlosspat's Blog
  • BBBOY's Blog
  • Goforgold's Blog
  • hairytime's Blog
  • danide8710's Blog
  • sherry28's Blog
  • Yaz89's Blog
  • yoddha's Blog
  • britboy's Blog
  • FemaleFUT's Blog
  • TheMirrorOfDreams's Blog
  • thenewguy123's Blog
  • polochap's Blog
  • sudhir8702's Blog
  • Grafty's Blog
  • londonhair's Blog
  • kbkripper's Blog
  • HairPhnatic's Blog
  • Ricky's Blog
  • Dave4880's Blog
  • May013's Blog
  • Princeofhearts's Blog
  • jburelp's Blog
  • jai1234's Blog
  • FUE2579's Blog
  • eddyvedder's Blog
  • ?'s Blog
  • SunnyCool3's Blog
  • Woody6969's Blog
  • donorscar's Blog
  • Hairyboy5's Blog
  • neolion's Blog
  • Back2Form's Blog
  • Sheriff's Blog
  • Desperate1988's Blog
  • Bluesky's Blog
  • KeithJagger's Blog
  • Koolbreeze's Blog
  • takla2013's Blog
  • losingmyhair123's Blog
  • scott31007's Blog
  • EvenSteven2125's Blog
  • bombaywala's Blog
  • gmahair's Blog
  • Voltronmane2461's Blog
  • wish86's Blog
  • Kirk1963's Blog
  • shakkuu's Blog
  • sfman's Blog
  • Dhana84980's Blog
  • Fullness's Blog
  • IndiaHope's Blog
  • Swldoby's Blog
  • MrGio-WHTCClinic's Blog
  • GRIGRIMAN's Blog
  • carlosdanger69's Blog
  • Joyari123's Blog
  • cforce1's Blog
  • HairyKoala's Blog
  • scooter's Blog
  • nitesh1's Blog
  • hhhh's Blog
  • jav73's Blog
  • A29's Blog
  • northernslaphead's Blog
  • hairlots's Blog
  • Emerson12's Blog
  • romanino's Blog
  • BigDan21's Blog
  • JonesESQ's Blog
  • brazbear's Blog
  • rich-winnipeg's Blog
  • badhan1988's Blog
  • varunind's Blog
  • Brettthebarber67's Blog
  • answeredprayer's Blog
  • Paulygon's Blog
  • genesis's Blog
  • serenaspeaks's Blog
  • adrianarm's Blog
  • hawks1234's Blog
  • HTfromUK's Blog
  • MAN's Blog
  • Buro4444's Blog
  • Cgurney94's Blog
  • tolete's Blog
  • Dreammerchant's Blog
  • sdilse2's Blog
  • ginowine's Blog
  • rkasliwal1's Blog
  • voxman's Blog
  • AdrianHunt's Blog
  • HoustonChandigarh's Blog
  • sptaj's Blog
  • Newbie50's Blog
  • TrojanHorse's Blog
  • parma83's Blog
  • fgatw2013's Blog
  • UncreativeScreename's Blog
  • phantom777's Blog
  • Markinch's Blog
  • Harryb's Blog
  • dtemin's Blog
  • mehrajkhalidyousuf's Blog
  • Balbir's Blog
  • telis87's Blog
  • highforehead's Blog
  • Guru's Blog
  • spartan13's Blog
  • Wen-Yi Wu M.D.'s Blog
  • curiousge0rge's Blog
  • Diesel2513's Blog
  • Splendido507's Blog
  • HairLossIsBrutal's Blog
  • Tim's Blog
  • vas's Blog
  • Joseph624's Blog
  • HairsWantedVBN's Blog
  • samantha91798's Blog
  • Lvg's Blog
  • sherrimelton's Blog
  • rayy1984's Blog
  • popagos82's Blog
  • thomashall's Blog
  • Raz786's Blog
  • Zacbold's Blog
  • JBG's Blog
  • damien's Blog
  • sercecik56's Blog
  • Davidcorner's Blog
  • NervousBaldy's Blog
  • damien1978's Blog
  • randman's Blog
  • Gaurang Krishna's Blog
  • Superhawk's Blog
  • Dinesh04's Blog
  • abhiasv's Blog
  • FOOLISH2's Blog
  • Bogdbia's Blog
  • Vitamins's Blog
  • subhash9745's Blog
  • manojG's Blog
  • danny818's Blog
  • orhernan83's Blog
  • David-ARTAS's Blog
  • arunpattaraHT's Blog
  • sam6398's Blog
  • zingo1000's Blog
  • king0564's Blog
  • punjabiboy's Blog
  • Nohairman's Blog
  • MrG-1981's Blog
  • home1212's Blog
  • alopecia1982's Blog
  • AaronS's Blog
  • bigguy327's Blog
  • erebos's Blog
  • BMW1990's Blog
  • tk's Blog
  • cajunman83's Blog
  • ChaosBanana's Blog
  • schoy2240's Blog
  • Arekk's Blog
  • AntonioL's Blog
  • jsnw's Blog
  • Saff's Blog
  • wkretzmer's Blog
  • Freddy's Blog
  • varlax's Blog
  • vicky51191's Blog
  • dubhain's Blog
  • phoenix1988's Blog
  • confidencerestorationsurgery's Blog
  • philipsm's Blog
  • mplusf's Blog
  • apja7's Blog
  • HairYouGo's Blog
  • Doritos's Blog
  • Botros's Blog
  • cruze14's Blog
  • hadenough2014's Blog
  • Royal74296's Blog
  • Yalfassi's Blog
  • RajBoise's Blog
  • anuragrathi85's Blog
  • DrewHTSF's Blog
  • tyro's Blog
  • spitfire uk's Blog
  • 30UKGUY's Blog
  • hauntedhawk's Blog
  • Yar1989's Blog
  • Hairlesstiger's Blog
  • DerekLucan's Blog
  • Roots555's Blog
  • AlanDaniel's Blog
  • Ijazgoindi's Blog
  • eirehair's Blog
  • Thomas1988's Blog
  • cris4u's Blog
  • roamingdiver's Blog
  • Dannyboy1982's Blog
  • meher's Blog
  • Derek7's Blog
  • wilmerwesley's Blog
  • forcierraven's Blog
  • patientvic184's Blog
  • DavidA's Blog
  • HairyPotter79's Blog
  • kralko's Blog
  • awopaho's Blog
  • Daniel1979's Blog
  • shanson's Blog
  • Wwiizzkkiidd24's Blog
  • ktnouby's Blog
  • Court77's Blog
  • milanello's Blog
  • fittsrob's Blog
  • Oscar19's Blog
  • bb06's Blog
  • UK2015's Blog
  • Hairjam1982's Blog
  • kmink's Blog
  • Changingmylife's Blog
  • empirestate's Blog
  • ytnifeack's Blog
  • Danelkits's Blog
  • Amirfhm's Blog
  • haileynbc's Blog
  • Danyb's Blog
  • LasVegas2Orangecounty's Blog
  • ezel's Blog
  • watchingcountdown's Blog
  • Finguy's Blog
  • pras's Blog
  • Khanam's Blog
  • paceleb1's Blog
  • Night-day's Blog
  • Cuttlefish's Blog
  • ChadCooper3's Blog
  • RVD's Blog
  • ManchesterAK's Blog
  • nycrocker's Blog
  • FoyKohler's Blog
  • Niko1's Blog
  • MarkFUE's Blog
  • Notsure89's Blog
  • Selby1's Blog
  • BaldingInReverse's Blog
  • hokaido's Blog
  • CPR4Hair's Blog
  • Daviesr727's Blog
  • blackhimu's Blog
  • hairvanity's Blog
  • andy968's Blog
  • Tinny1378's Blog
  • DublinJack's Blog
  • laser01's Blog
  • hta's Blog
  • Kick's Blog
  • johnkia's Blog
  • patient001's Blog
  • Anthony777's Blog
  • antony789's Blog
  • LWU's Blog
  • barracuda9's Blog
  • JustJack66's Blog
  • achayan's Blog
  • GoingGoingNotQuiteGone's Blog
  • eyeahmed's Blog
  • Jam's Blog
  • wantedforwar's Blog
  • PeterRabit's Blog
  • darlinglocks's Blog
  • goozer's Blog
  • fuee2015's Blog
  • lawview's Blog
  • Franna's Blog
  • Tman's Blog
  • WHTC-7706631290's Blog
  • fazwoking01's Blog
  • good4sound's Blog
  • Dr. Suneet Soni's Blog
  • Shipwreck's Blog
  • bklynborn's Blog
  • robinmarvel's Blog
  • Dr. Shelly Friedman's Blog
  • FUTwithCooley's Blog
  • Broncos22's Blog
  • Borromeo1517's Blog
  • hairscar's Blog
  • ongbak7's Blog
  • hairdelhi's Blog
  • mitchell86's Blog
  • chris8888's Blog
  • Burlio's Blog
  • Marek's Blog
  • HawkDriver's Blog
  • silverdax's Blog
  • appooss's Blog
  • scalpesthetica's Blog
  • AntanasMolis's Blog
  • naayarneha13's Blog
  • Mayor1234's Blog
  • Bobbydee517's Blog
  • Kiran0078's Blog
  • SammyChase's Blog
  • pashpash's Blog
  • surajb's Blog
  • david2015's Blog
  • girishess's Blog
  • PaoloFiori's Blog
  • g1609's Blog
  • Vik12345's Blog
  • ammarshah's Blog
  • kerryman's Blog
  • Jock15's Blog
  • Aligem's Blog
  • Tony13's Blog
  • zafar301's Blog
  • sambaba1983's Blog
  • Omair's Blog
  • Jmorscha's Blog
  • Haksss's Blog
  • TJU's Blog
  • Jatte's Blog
  • weeg1690's Blog
  • alex2015's Blog
  • vik757's Blog
  • pbus66's Blog
  • Phantom123's Blog
  • bridbri83's Blog
  • kkgm07's Blog
  • Dr. Yetkin Bayer's Blog
  • ScorpionWest13's Blog
  • PlusHair's Blog
  • JNM's Blog
  • kris977's Blog
  • karladavis's Blog
  • chamuel81's Blog
  • getting4000's Blog
  • Receding911's Blog
  • gelo1978's Blog
  • B1gM1ke's Blog
  • Thesnake01's Blog
  • MrClean1's Blog
  • Ujay's Blog
  • Liammcd's Blog
  • Gatekeeper's Blog
  • 26HT's Blog
  • Pkk21's Blog
  • jbrown09's Blog
  • dibelloa's Blog
  • lukasyd's Blog
  • hairlosssufferer2016's Blog
  • det9925's Blog
  • hairplease82's Blog
  • 3dTimesACharm333's Blog
  • Supermanpinfold1998's Blog
  • kirenkodali's Blog
  • Adiadz9's Blog
  • hair99's Blog
  • Zues's Blog
  • ajeet's Blog
  • northstar007's Blog
  • Aerosurferlv's Blog
  • irishpaddyman's Blog
  • Ran's Blog
  • WabcoDude's Blog
  • IMLOOSINGHAIR's Blog
  • Tykocinski medical Group's Blog
  • dragonfly2014's Blog
  • edouard114's Blog
  • Win208's Blog
  • Sydney1's Blog
  • Melvin-HTsoon's Blog
  • Benny123's Blog
  • Hairhoho's Blog
  • johnFD's Blog
  • Lewisd1994's Blog
  • x1pelo's Blog
  • Alsufugy1's Blog
  • David777's Blog
  • happycanarelli's Blog
  • Julius's Blog
  • string11's Blog
  • ganjabaccha's Blog
  • scottbatt1's Blog
  • JamaicanFUE's Blog
  • bayram155's Blog
  • Satyamhairau's Blog
  • Rmartin's Blog
  • Dr.Shakti's Blog
  • jaswalraj1's Blog
  • Rani's Blog
  • HTvirgin83's Blog
  • 1Paulcor's Blog
  • nwbreed81's Blog
  • Rohans's Blog
  • KShattsy's Blog
  • NewsByScott's Blog
  • Sydaus's Blog
  • georg's Blog
  • Nancyeyre's Blog
  • MilindMore's Blog
  • Dr. Nav Vikram's Blog
  • Follicularchase's Blog
  • Haikaldingle's Blog
  • ediee02's Blog
  • mickeyblueeyes's Blog
  • YulB2's Blog
  • Nick92's Blog
  • natdylan01's Blog
  • baldindian2016's Blog
  • AshishDHT's Blog
  • Athirss's Blog
  • sanath1982's Blog
  • Vainism's Blog
  • Guy73's Blog
  • wibbles180's Blog
  • vverma's Blog
  • rohitbhalla's Blog
  • 1979's Blog
  • Promav's Blog
  • rahulindia's Blog
  • CarolSchumer18's Blog
  • Hope4all's Blog
  • kjh890124's Blog
  • Epharmarx's Blog
  • Tbcruz's Blog
  • cammi1's Blog
  • baldfornow's Blog
  • ThinING's Blog
  • Murphy89's Blog
  • HairFran's Blog
  • MacP's Blog
  • rrr's Blog
  • johnfish123's Blog
  • Anders-svanholm's Blog
  • Ironside30's Blog
  • darblue001's Blog
  • aram2012's Blog
  • jamiep's Blog
  • Diamondgl2's Blog
  • Nizlor's Blog
  • laserman123's Blog
  • Narola's Blog
  • Rwethereyet's Blog
  • Gothairr's Blog
  • Swan2swan's Blog
  • wprdds's Blog
  • rachele's Blog
  • zhanxing's Blog
  • Hawk90's Blog
  • theduke's Blog
  • newrootshairclinic's Blog
  • suraj4345's Blog
  • hairlinehelp's Blog
  • michale's Blog
  • duarte87's Blog
  • Charliea's Blog
  • Michaelpaul's Blog
  • HG1's Blog
  • AMR1's Blog
  • SivaVenkata's Blog
  • ozdownunder's Blog
  • SSS1990's Blog
  • Ferrino78's Blog
  • TOFI's Blog
  • PietroChestarini2's Blog
  • mhaider1991's Blog
  • Sydney36FUE's Blog
  • MR1KJ1's Blog
  • AngleD's Blog
  • Srkn07's Blog
  • siddharth's Blog
  • CJLondon2020's Blog
  • HybridHyper's Blog
  • Jon1986's Blog
  • billigatroja's Blog
  • azambrc's Blog
  • alex84's Blog
  • Ozer88's Blog
  • neverloosehope's Blog
  • jwbluedevil's Blog
  • Kobie612's Blog
  • scottcox's Blog
  • saddafkhan's Blog
  • dkrounder's Blog
  • FueTransplant's Blog
  • bidane001's Blog
  • stewk2001's Blog
  • rammarip's Blog
  • mb005's Blog
  • Ronnie99's Blog
  • yoyooo's Blog
  • jonyny's Blog
  • dasankur's Blog
  • thappa's Blog
  • Nym742's Blog
  • john082's Blog
  • Barberman1986's Blog
  • antertevo's Blog
  • nzmmalik's Blog
  • javierfer's Blog
  • Ameen123's Blog
  • 10 Years After Hair Transplant
  • MIha
  • Rogaine/Regaine Foam
  • I regret my fue hair transplant!!
  • Why are Grafts so high in Turkey?
  • Dharam
  • Hair Care Products
  • Hammer
  • John Okane
  • John
  • DHI- Hair Transplant Doctor
  • Hair loss treatments by Hairline international
  • How PRP Helps with Hair Loss
  • Toni
  • 2000 grafts ,Dr Koray, ASMED very happy
  • Berkowits
  • Hair Loss Solutions - Am I A Good Candidate For A Hair Transplant?
  • Hair Transplant | Hair Loss Topics
  • Hair Loss Talk
  • Ravishankar
  • Dr. Alexander FUT post transplant 4 years later. You be the judge.
  • Bio Science Hair of Colorado, Scam, Butcher, stole 5000.
  • Best African American Fue doctors . Post Opinions, Names and pictures
  • All Good Fue Doctors for African Americans. Feel free to drop names , opinions , and photos
  • Opinion, Advice Needed
  • Long Hair Smp?
  • Advice Needed
  • HealthAndMore
  • Help / Opinion needed
  • Chances
  • Chance
  • FUE OR FUT ???
  • Eugenix Dr Pradeep : Review
  • Chance
  • Cost Segregation
  • Eugenix
  • Before/after Dr Bhatti transplant
  • Best references for surgents with FUE experience with black African American Curly Hair
  • Puppenkauf ist einfach

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Year Born


Gender


Country


State


Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern


How long have you been losing your hair?


Norwood Level if Known


What Best Describes Your Goals?


Have you ever had a hair transplant?


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Other hair restoration physicians


Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime


Other Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatments


Comments about hair loss treatments you've tried or are considering


Url of your Patient Hair Loss Website


Your Hair Loss Story


Hair Transplant Surgeon


Hair Transplant Network Recommendation Profile


Hair Transplant Clinic Name


Primary Clinic Address


Country


State


City


Zip Code


Phone Number


Fax Number


Website


Email Address


Provides


All About Me


Name


Doctor Representative For


Second Doctor


Location


Years in Hair Transplant Profession


Email Address


Have you Ever Had a Hair Transplant?


Advice for Hair Loss Sufferers Considering Hair Transplant Surgery


My Story

Found 42 results

  1. Good Day, I am planning to go for FUE surgery but due to my little donor area, i had a conflicting advises from the different consultancies i made about whether or not i am a candidate for a HT. I was thinking about going for FUE+SMP operation, does anyone has a previous experince about the results for Norwood 6 case and recommended clinics to do the operation in Turkey or Europe, i have checked Dr. Mwamba but he is very expensive and could not find many positive online reviews for vinci clinic.
  2. Hi, I am a first time user here, and would love to get some feedback on my concerns of a recent treatment I have had done. I recently had 2 sessions of smp to conceal my scar, I am concerned that the ink chosen is too dark for my natural hair colour, and that the amount of area covered is over the top and unnecessary, it also appears to be blotchy in some areas. i went in to have a 5mm scar covered up almost 2 weeks ago, here on the Gold Coast, I told the technician I planned to wear my hair at a number 1, faded up into my hair on top, which I wear a few inches long usually. instead of cutting my hair to that length, it was slightly trimmed around the scar and he went to work, a week later, the day before my second session, I decided to cut it down to the length I wanted it to be kept at, I was suprised to see what I thought was ink build up on the surface of the skin, it looked blotchy, and pooled In areas, I later found it was SMP down outside of the scar region, it was very dense and not consistent around the area. i went into my appointment the next day (4 days ago) and the technician did not say anything negative of the situation, but suggested we blend more SMP around that area, he then did a more even/ constant band as you can see in my below pics. my concern is that the ink used is too dark to wear my hair at a 1 or even a 2. I am also concerned that it is a very unnecessary amount of coverage to blend the original 5mm scar that I went in there for. i also feel that that sudden stop of SMP will always be noticeable unless I grow my hair to a much longer length, perhaps number 3. Especially below the band of smp, as this would usually be worn at the shortest length and blended up. Having to wear it at a 3 kind of defeats the purpose as the scar was never visible with a number 3 in the first place. i will post the pics in order, and would love any advise and information on if I am over reacting or if my fears are justified. the first pic with the untouched scar was not taken directly before, my hair was much longer in my first session, about a 3. The second pic is 1 week after first session when I shaved down for session 2, the third is a day after session 2, and the 4th is 4 days after session 2. Could you please advise of what I should do from here? Thank you so much
  3. Hello, I just wanted to give my experience with Scalp Micropigmentation other know as SMP. I had the SMP procedure done at Dr. Rahal's clinic in Ottawa. I was skeptical at first but after my consultation with Fiona I was definitely ready to have this procedure done. I have to say. she is an artist at what she does. not only is she very professional but the whole staff was great. Fiona is very highly skilled at what she does and is very meticulous to detail. The procedure was painless that I was able to work while having the SMP procedure done. My wife and daughters noticed right away how I looked more younger just by Fiona bringing my natural hairline back. I now have more confidence, I don't wear hats as much as I use too. I have to thank Fiona and The Dr. Rahal team for the wonderful experience. I definitely recommend SMP to anyone who is contemplating on getting the SMP procedure done at Dr. Rahal's clinic. Thank you again Fiona!
  4. I had my SMP procedure done at Dr. Rahal's clinic in Toronto. The treatment was done by Fiona who is by far the best SMP artist in GTA. I am extremely happy with the results of the procedure. Before my first appointment, i had a consultation session with Aaron who was very helpful and explained me what SMP is and how it is done. On the day of my first treatment, i was a bit nervous but after meeting with Fiona and as the procedure went on I was happy that I had made the right decision of choosing Dr. Rahal's clinic. Prior to my treatment I had read good things about Fiona and she exceeded my expectations with her expertise. She is very knowledgeable and highly trained at what she does. Her biggest positive is that she is very patient and considerate. She will listen to your concerns and work with you to get the best possible results. At the end of the day it all comes down to how experienced your SMP artist is and the entire look of your head is in their hands. I am very fortunate to have found Dr. Rahal's clinic and if anyone is looking to get SMP, Fiona is the best SMP artist out there. Thanks Fiona!
  5. Hi Guys, I have been doing a lot of research and been to see a lot of clinics recently to discuss my options to improve my current hair situation. I am a pretty heavy diffused thinner. Have been advised to hold off on going down the suregery route until I've been on Finerteride for atleast 9-12 months (currently 4 months). Have also been advised against this in my last thread: A few clinics, including the Harley Street Clinic have advised to consider SMP as an option to immediately create a denser appearance. I was just wondering if this is a viable option for me given what you see in the latest photo which was taken last week (I have definitely experienced some noticeable results from the Fin in the short time I've used it if you compare the photos in the last thread I created). I won't be going for the shaved look which many people who undergo SMP do. I plan on keeping my hair length as is. Could SMP give me a natural looking result of a dense head of hair? Could I expect achieve to a result something similar to the second photo I've attached? My concerns are that I still have a lot of scalp on show, especially around the crown area which is the most impacted area and am unsure how this would look. I have seen a lot of before / after photos of people who've done SMP and kept longer hair. Some look good and some don't. Any feedback much appreciated. Regards.
  6. Dear Doctors and group members, Good day. I have previously gone through one fut transplant by a doctor in India. He transplanted 3335 grafts, out of which very less grafts grew. Now, I have a wide scar from ear to ear and less donor area. I have visied number of renowned surgeons in india and got to know only 1000 grafts from scalp and beard grafts can be used and that is not enough for my extended hair loss. I was also suggested for fue + smp as I have l less donor area. But I am asking if I go through further hair transplant,is it possible to cover top of head , leaving the crown area. My head is quite small, comparing to other people. I am thinking If the whole beard grafts can be used, it will give better coverage. I also thought about using smp with long hair to give me more density. Please give me some suggestions.
  7. Hey y’all I’m looking for scalp micropigmentation in Colorado Springs. I found a SMP clinic called Divine Dermacare has anyone heard of it? It seems like a nice place...
  8. Presenting a male client with NW6 pattern. He is pictured immediately after 2 passes and will return in 4 weeks for a third pass. Thanks for looking! Email us at info@aheadink.com or call 201-482-4529 for a FREE consultation
  9. This patient came to Dr. Arocha with extensive male-pattern baldness. He desired a minimally-invasive procedure that would give him the appearance of having a full head of hair. He was the perfect candidate for our state-of-the-art Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) procedure. The after photos were taken after two SMP sessions and were taken one week after the procedures. Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After:
  10. This patient underwent a two-day SMP (scalp micro pigmentation) procedure with Dr. Arocha and his team. The after results were taken one week after his procedure. He had very thin donor from previous, older technology procedures - done elsewhere in the 80's and 90's. For this reason, Dr. Arocha opted to perform the SMP procedure to improve this large area. In the future, we might attempt to enhance certain smaller areas through FUE. Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After:
  11. A great example of The Weston System performed by our California Center owner, Michael Pichinte. Mr. Pichinte added density to this hair transplant recipient and camouflaged the thin areas on the crown and the FUE scars. The pigmentation is slightly behind the HT surgeon's uneven hairline on the left as opposed to the client's right side. The client was going to buzz down his hair slightly shorter to blend in the hairline that the HT surgeon mismatched in the front. Photo was taken immediately after this one-session only procedure.
  12. I am contemplating having SMP done, and as my hairline is still intact and I have quite a bit of hair left was wondering if I had a buzz cut to a 0.5 guard or lower could I pull off SMP with a very short cut. I'll post some pics of my head so you have an idea of my hair. p.s. I've been going gym for a few months and have beefed up a bit and ready to take this head on LOL EDIT: I'll rock this style with a beard for a couple years whilst I wait for my hairless to stabilise, I will then reassess my HT options.
  13. I am 21 years old and have diffuse thinning, so... as I am too young for a HT this summer I am going to trim my hair down to 0.5 guard and have temporary SMP done as well. I am in good shape as I workout and feel I could pull off a shaved look with a nice thick beard and a ripped body. I've been told I have a good head shape for the look (LOL) and as I have a bit of hair left trimming it down and adding SMP would make it look quite natural. I will leave pics of my hair and welcome any suggestions. Also I have uploaded a picture of my donor area, can someone advise on whether it looks healthy and will be able to support a HT in a couple years? Thanks
  14. I started losing my hair in my third year at university when I was 23, I knew quite early, even though it wasn't apparent to other people that I was going to loose my hair and that it was going to change the way I looked and felt about myself. My hair loss became the biggest thing in my life, it really affected my confidence and I felt as if the future had been stolen from me. I remember feeling at the time that I didn't want to have my life anymore, if I didnt look good and feel good then there was no way the future could be bright. I knew that it would make me more introverted, less confident, less outspoken and too self conscious to be around my friends. I felt like my hair became a symbol that I wasn't meant to acheive anything and that it proved I didn't fit in with the people that I admired. When I thought of one of my friends saying "god you are going bald dude" it made me shudder and still does. I cannot express enough how I let it get in the way of everything going on in my life, I became self-conscious around my family, began to depend alot emotionally on my girlfriend at the time whilst not really being there for her because this problem was consuming me completely. One of the worst things about losing your hair is the gradual process, checking it in the mirror everyday and catching your hair in a certain light giving you the signs of future baldness. Sometimes I would look in the mirror obsessively and get so worked up that it would ruin my week and send me into a deep depression. I became vacant with my girlfriend and family and for so long it made my daily existence so anxious. I thought that my girlfriend would leave me, I would have no confidence to attract a girl I actually liked and that it would make me the but of jokes socially and amongst my family. I also used to think that I would rather have my hair than a degree or a house or even my girlfriend, I became truly obsessed and couldn't get past the trauma. I tried beta sitosterol, saw palmetto certain types of amino acids, caffeine shampoo and head massages but nothing really helped and if anything I think the stress of maintaining this routine might have been counter productive. SMP I got to the point where I wanted a fresh start and was about to start a new job - I didnt want anybody to know that I was losing my hair because I thought it might affect me professionally. So before I started the new job I went to a nearby well known SMP clinic and decided to go for the treatment and reinvent myself with what would look like a short buzzed cut (hopefully) but with a strong hair line at least. I decided to go for it in September 2015. I was really scared going in, I thought that it wouldnt look convincing and that maybe it would just look ridiculous and artificial. My practitioner was amazing, so kind and friendly and we talked about documentaries, yoga, spiritualism and what we were up to in life. The procedure was generally painless apart from certain areas of the scalp. The first session must have lasted about three hours and when I first saw it I thought wow! I was a little worried as the dots were quite large but I was told that they would settle down when the skin had stopped swellling. Over the next couple of days I just kept myself to myself and cared for the tattoo as I was told, after the tattoo had settled down I really started to love it. I remember looking in the mirror and feeling relief and joy and like I had gotten something back, I really loved that it just appeared as though as was shaving it close by choice and that I could grow hair if I wanted. The tattoo faded slightly over the next few weeks (which is totally normal) and I had to get two other top up sessions, these top ups gave an even more natural look to my hair and made the look even more convincing. I had let myself get pretty out of shape due to several factors, but the tattoo actually got me back in the gym and made me beleive I could make something of myself again that I could be proud of. Taking this bold step has started a generally positive chain reaction of getting back into shape, dressing better, being more confident and being more optimistic about the future and my own life. I was able to transition without anyone really noticing as for the last year of my hair loss I was living abroad and nobody I knew saw me when my hair loss was really obvious. I have told everyone close to me and they cannot beleive that it isnt real. One of the major bonuses of having this done is that it stops the endless checking of your hair in the mirror, it gives you stability, you look the same everyday and you look like you have hair which is massive. I myself cant tell unless I get really close up where my 'real' hair begins and the tattoo ends. Before I got the treatment I watched all the videos on youtube and went in for a consultation. I decided that it looked great for people even with a light skin tone like me and that I was going to do it. I would say to anyone thinking about it that they shouldn't worry that it wont look natural becuase it will, the practitioners are experts and they really know what they are doing. I have had this SMP tattoo for over two years and people have rubbed my head and not even they suspect a thing, it really is like having really short but full head of hair. In my opinion getting SMP isnt a way for you to hide who you are but it is a way of surviving and staying who you are.
  15. Here's another Ahead Ink client who grew tired of wearing a hair system and instead opted for temporary/non-permanent Scalp Micropigmentation. For his initial sessions we designed a hairline which followed the few hairs that were left, but decided with session number three to lower the left side a bit. We also concealed two scars caused by pinning the system to his scalp. Before----4 weeks After 2 sessions----Immediately After 3 sessions Before-----After 3 Sessions Before-----After 3 Sessions Before-----After 3 Sessions Before-----After 3 Sessions Before-----After 3 Sessions ***white line is from vasoconstrictor Before-----After 3 Sessions
  16. Hi Guys, First of all , thanks to all the forum users and moderators for the wealth of information here. Really helps all of us guys in here. Coming to myself - I'm 29 years now from India and I have had thinning since early 20s. I had transplant to the front of about 1800 grafts for the hairline and the result is mildly satisfying. It's neither great nor worse. I am a diffuse thinner with fine hair. Now I look back after an year of transplant - I see my crown has had thinned a lot and there's a considerable bald spot which has been bothering me quite a bit and has taken a hit on my confidence. I will post the pics of my crown currently in various lightings. Could you guys please see and suggest if FUE on crown is the way to go for me and also suggest how many grafts would be great for a decent coverage. With toppik fibres currently , none gets to know that my crown is thinning but using it daily and with rains/ wind - there is always this fear of losing the mask. I come a culture where traditionally hair is seen as something very important and is probably an aspect when I plan to marry. So really appreciate what you guys would think and would be the best way to go . Here are the options I am exploring currently : 1. Get 1000-1200 grafts to the crown with no-shave FUE from Dr Bhatti 2. Get SMP done with long hair done from A's clinic to conceal the thinning and plan an HT in future The end goal is to not worry about hair for atleast 2-3 years down the lane again. What do you guys think. Any input is appreciated. I am really confused and looking for answers
  17. Underwent temporary SMP tricopigmentation last week. Dr Gabel completed the 2-day procedure personally: two sessions on consecutive days (approx. 2 hours each) with a third to be completed next month for fill-ins. Results were impressive. For the first time in 15 years, I have an identifiable hairline & it looks absolutely authentic. It’s difficult to tell where my own hair begins & the pigments start, even when examining the scalp closely from a few inches away in the mirror. I expected scabs, but there were none, just mild soreness/redness. The procedure itself felt like tickling/combing against my scalp (Dr Gabel is an MD, & can prescribe a light pain reliever if needed – in my case, Vicodin). Went back to work the day after the second session with no problems. The redness had virtually disappeared. I’d recommend the procedure as great economical non-surgical option. The pictures of my procedure speak volumes to Dr Gabel’s work. The staff were very helpful & hospitable… even offered snacks!
  18. Next week I’m getting my first-ever hair transplant surgery (FUE of 2,500 grafts) for my frontal hairline and midscalp. I’m 28 y/o and have used fin for 1.5-2 years, minoxidil for 5 years. As for my crown, I know that I should avoid surgery there or only add a small number of grafts to allow for a subtle change in density. I’m young and need to maintain my donor supply. At this point, I’m 90% sure that I am going to go with SMP as a strategy to approach crown density (no grafts), but I wanted to crowdsource expertise/experiences to be sure. My thinking: Why SMP may work: SMP will look fuller than a mere ~500 grafts in the crown It won’t affect my (somewhat small) donor supply It is temporary, leaving the possibility of a clean bald spot if I want it later in life (I still like the idea of FUE in front, even though it’s permanent, to frame my face) It suits my pattern of thinning, which covers a large area but isn’t exactly “bald” yet. (When I use Caboki, the thinning is usually imperceptible.) It suits my hair style, which is usually a “high and tight" look (sides/back shaved down to a zero guard) that would blend well with the “stubble” of SMP in my crown My only hesitations at this point: It would look weird up close / when my hair is wet Illusion of density isn’t as pronounced as I’m expecting It would require frequent touch-ups since I use Minoxidil, which I hear wears down the pigment (even with all that time and money, however, a touchup every 6 months seems way better than Caboki every day) My goal here is not perfection, but rather a cosmetic improvement that would fool a casual observer, allow me to stop using Caboki, and stop me from being afraid of people seeing my hair wet. Are these expectations even realistic? Has anyone here tried SMP only on their crown as a "filler"? Thanks for your help! Pics of my crown are below. (Also included a pic from the front so you can see what I mean by high and tight.)
  19. So I have read a ton of things on SMP, and it seems like HIS Hair Clinic is the one that comes up the most. I don't know, however, if HIS is just similar to Bosley for HT's because they market better than everybody else. I've watched videos of folks that have had it done, and it looks good. However, I don't ever see much after a year or two or three. So what I am wondering, is does anybody have any experience, or can point me in the right direction to find some of the top SMP practitioners that have results that are shown to last (at least as long as a few years)? I realize the procedure is still somewhat new, but I am very interested and I am sure this information would help many others. Also, one last thing, I have read that the SMP will usually fade over the course of a couple years (even though some tout it as permanent) but is there anybody with experience with touch ups? In my mind, I could see the ink becoming more and more dispersed and potentially looking really messy. Again, maybe there are practitioners that have found a way to keep the look looking tight, but any guidance would be most appreciated. Thanks for everything!
  20. This patient is a 32-year-old gentleman who is a Norwood Class VI. He likes to shave his scalp. Therefore, we discussed performing a full scalp Tricopigmentation to give him the appearance of full hair density, but with a shaved look. He was not interested in surgery at this time. The patient had 3 sessions to give him the desired appearance. The first and second pass are on consecutive days, and the last pass is about 4 – 6 weeks after. The photographs were taken after we touched up the frontal hairline. He is extremely happy with the results as it gives him the appearance of a full set of hair, with the shaved look.
  21. I just had a FUE HT two weeks ago. The hair greed is already manifesting itself. I'm not sure I'd be ready to go through another operation soon. A HT in a thinning area is quite a gamble and I like the idea to just drive to Milan for 5 hours and leave the next day with my results and no post-op restrictions. I've seen some amazing SMP's into the crown for guys with longer hair here. No shedding, no shockloss, it almost sounds too good to be true. It would enable me to ditch the concealers. It seems to me that HT's are mandatory to rebuild the hairline and create a bit of volume at the front, but if your hairloss is moderate at the back, a SMP is a better pick. What do you guys reckon?
  22. A 30-year-old male wanted to better conceal his thinning scalp. However, he was somewhat averse to surgery and was a borderline surgical candidate due to the density and hair caliber within his donor area. He, therefore, underwent a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and ACell Matristem mesotherapy procedure followed by skin micro pigmentation (SMP) in our office. His transformation can be viewed in the video below.
  23. A 45-year-old man had undergone a follicular unit transplantation (FUT) procedure at another practice years ago. He grew frustrated by the persistent thinning in the recipient area and wanted an alternative to surgery. He, therefore, had a platelet-rich plasma (PRP) session followed by two sessions of skin micro pigmentation in our office. The results can be seen a few months later.
  24. I had 2 scalp pigmentation sessions recently done in NEw York at Scalp Micro USA. Didn't even know there were SMP forums, but I asked Matt where I could get feedback from my results and he pointed me to these forums.. I'm 25 and had pretty thinning hair all over my top of the head. Still some hair left, but not much of a hairline and it was very thin. I had a consult with Matt because I saw great results from him and he was very helpful with my questions. I finished 2 weeks ago and am very very pleased with how it turned out. Im a photographer and also do some light modeling myself, so it was important. If you guys could take a loook and let me know what you think, that'd be great. I have some before afters and a couple of shots i took of myself a few days ago. Kyle
  25. Hi gentlemen I wanted to share with you some photos of a client of mine who has just completed his 2nd session. But instead of sharing the usual final settled transformation, i wanted to show you a couple of detailed photos of what scalp micropigmentation SHOULD look like after 1 session, and what it looks like immediately after the 2nd session. These photos show the typical redness (which goes away in 2-3 days), but also how a client is able to make changes during his session, and what the process looks like from an SMP provider: The 1st picture shows my client after 1 completed session & immediately before we got started on the 2nd. You'll see he wished to nudge his hairline down a bit. You'll also notice that before his 2nd session there isnt as much density and the "dots" may appear more distinct. This is on purpose!. You'll see in the after 2nd session photo that the density is closed much more, creating a fuller look. You'll also notice redness and a small bit of inflammation around the follicle deposits. This is also normal and will die down quickly. The 2nd picture is similar to the first, but shows it from a profile angle. The same is true as youll see he wished to nudge forward the hairline and profile line. You'll see the 2nd session added further density...and youll notice redness well into his own existing hair, which demonstrates the blending which is so important. The final picture is a typical before and after showing what the treatment looks like immediately after his 2nd session. He chose a natural hairline with a bit of broken and softness. These pictures im showing arent the prettiest, and thats the point. They show redness, tiny scabbing, and a bit more distinct "dots" then what will heal to the final look 3-5 days post session. Hopefully this helps those considering SMP to understand why it is so important to follow a 2-3 session process. Each sessions adds density, allows for modifications, and keeps you in control! Best Matt
×