Densification Effect with Scalp Micropigmentation
Scalp micropigmentation offers various treatments in Hair Simulation: The shaved effect, the density effect and scar camouflage.
In this post, we would like to explain a bit more about the densification effect and its results for certain types of baldness.
How is the densification effect achieved with scalp micropigmentation?
If we have a baldness between Level 1 and Level 3 (see Norwood Scale), as long as there is a sufficient length of hair on the "crown" of the head or the "hairline", we can work with densification without the need to "shave" the hair.
For a correct treatment of the densification effect, it is necessary that the area to be treated meets the necessary conditions. Otherwise, the densification treatment is never recommended and we would choose the shaved effect.
The densification treatment may require more sessions than usual as it tries to achieve the optical effect for the desired density. The first session consists of two consecutive days of treatment and the second session may be conducted after 30 days following the first one, again in two consecutive days.
The pre- and post-treatment care steps will be the same as the ones followed in the shaved effect treatments.
The densification effect works great in combination with micro-grafting treatments or hair transplants as it will spectacularly help to improve the results.
Many of the clients that we receive with thinning hair use topical camouflage. For them, densification with scalp micropigmentation is a great, easy and comfortable alternative.
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