SMP for Alopecia

Scientifically speaking, the term alopecia refers, in general, to hair loss. There are many different types of alopecia and the various terms speak to both the general cause, as well as how expansive it is. However, in modern society we have come to understand alopecia as the total loss of hair on the scalp and/or the body. An alopecia totalis client will have lost all hair on the scalp but will have maintained eyebrows and eyelashes as well as body and facial hair. An alopecia universalis client, as the name implies, has completely lost all hair on the head, face, and body. 

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How Can it Help You?

Alopecia is enigmatic since its cause in not fully understood and the duration of time one may have the condition is unknown. It may be temporary or last many years. All of this uncertainty makes it difficult for clients in choosing a remedy. The medical field has posited that alopecia is an auto-immune condition that attacks the hair follicles. Regardless of the reason, there is a change to the skin texture and condition as a result, thereby making the majority of current hair loss solutions unreliable or unsuitable. Enter Scalp Micropigmentation. Indeed, SMP can be fully relied upon to treat alopecia clients where other treatments simply cannot. At Scalp North, Marcia Trotter uses her wealth of experience and knowledge of the complexity of the skin to create a treatment plan for alopecia clients. Skin can tend to be more sensitive and requires a careful, methodical approach.  It cannot be emphasized enough that SMP for alopecia requires an experienced artist. SMP to date is truly the only logical remedy for alopecia sufferers.