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Bernstein Medical Announces Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) Program

Bernstein Medical’s Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) program is now in full-swing. The program is led by hair restoration surgeon Dr. Christine Shaver and SMP specialist Jennifer Oakley.

“We bring Scalp Micro-Pigmentation to Bernstein Medical in order to provide an important  non-surgical option for our patients. SMP can be used in a variety of scenarios with the most popular uses being the camouflage of thinning areas of the scalp and disguising a prior surgical FUT scar. Effective use of SMP can allow patients to stop fussy cosmetic concealers such as Toppik and provide a more elegant solution.”

What is SMP?

Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) is a non-surgical, medical-grade tattoo procedure that involves the placement of tiny pigment deposits within the upper dermis of the scalp that simulates the appearance of naturally growing hair. For people who are balding or thinning, the goal of the SMP treatment is to create an illusion of thicker, fuller, stronger hair by simulating the look of individual hairs. Many people find Scalp Micro-pigmentation serves to be a great option for hair loss, especially for those who would prefer a non-surgical cosmetic procedure.

Call us at 212-826-2400 to schedule your SMP consultation or email us at contact@bernsteinmedical.com.

 

 

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Bernstein Medical - Center for Hair Restoration

110 East 55th Street, 11th Floor

New York, NY 10022

212-826-2400 • contact@bernsteinmedical.com

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Dr. Bernstein is a member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Hello, i have a question :

If someone would like to wear hair longer than 4 inches, but would like to create the illusion of density  - will smp work for them ? 

i always thought smp is suitable only for people who wears a buzz cut as small hair size blends in with smp tattoo nicely 

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