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Shapiro Medical Group

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I am the SMP and Micro-Pigmentation Specialist for Shapiro Medical Group. Always feel free to message me privately with any additional questions you might have. I am trained in both the permanent and temporary pigmentation methods and am happy to be here to offer support as a neutral resource.

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good point by Rootz and is it temporary or permanent SMP?

go dense or go home

 

Unbiased advice and opinions based on 25 plus years of researching and actual experience with hair loss, hair restoration via both FUT & FUE, SMP, scalp issues including scalp eczema & seborrheic dermatitis and many others

 

HSRP10's favorite FUT surgeons: *Dr. Konior, *Dr Hasson, Dr. Rahal

HSRP10's favorite FUE surgeons: *Dr. Konior, *Dr. Bisanga, Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Couto

(*indicates actual experience with doctor)

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Hi everyone,

Thank You for taking a look at our photos. I will continue to post photos to document this patients journey with you all. Today I am adding a closer photo, I think it is slightly clearer. This patient came in for 3 SMP sessions slowly building the titration of pigment.

I am showing you the photos of his him pre-procedure, and then post healed from sessions 1 and 2. It is important for us to look at photos of this procedure healed (post procedure 6 weeks) because it does change in appearance slightly in the healing process.

The patients hair in all fairness is 1/8 of an inch different. The longer length is his ideal length. But, I think the blending from the SMP has really helped to soften and thicken the appearance of the donor area overall.

We have been moving very slow and building density slowly and strategically in our scar camouflage procedures because we have found that the excessive swelling mid-procedure can cause pigment migration during healing. By slowing down and allowing the tissue to completely heal between sessions it has yielded us the safest and best result.

I am patiently waiting for his 3rd session to heal and will post his final healed result as soon as I have them.

Thanks again, Nicole

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I am the SMP and Micro-Pigmentation Specialist for Shapiro Medical Group. Always feel free to message me privately with any additional questions you might have. I am trained in both the permanent and temporary pigmentation methods and am happy to be here to offer support as a neutral resource.

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good point by Rootz and is it temporary or permanent SMP?

 

temporary pigment. I should have clarified that.

I am the SMP and Micro-Pigmentation Specialist for Shapiro Medical Group. Always feel free to message me privately with any additional questions you might have. I am trained in both the permanent and temporary pigmentation methods and am happy to be here to offer support as a neutral resource.

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