When can Scalp Micropigmentation be applied?
Androgenic Alopecia is the most common form of baldness in men. It concerns approximately 70% of Dutch men and can start as early as puberty. The excessive hair loss usually starts at the crown in combination with the hairline that gets inlets and therefore moves more and more backwards.
This form also occurs in women but to a much lesser extent. It usually starts around the menopause. The hairline often remains intact and the hair becomes thinner. They are therefore more vulnerable and break off sooner. The scalp looks normal with this form of Alopecia. The main cause is primarily genetic.
Our technology camouflages or fills bald and thin hairy spots and scars so that they are no longer visible.