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Norwood Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a specialized cosmetic procedure designed to address hair loss and create the appearance of a closely cropped, shaved head. It is primarily used as a solution for male pattern baldness but can also be used for other types of hair loss.

The procedure involves the application of pigment to the scalp using a micro-needling technique. Tiny dots of pigment are strategically placed on the scalp to replicate the look of closely cropped hair follicles. This technique mimics the appearance of a shaved head or a closely-trimmed buzz cut.


Partial Norwood Scalp Micro Pigmentation is a cosmetic procedure that involves the application of specialized pigments to the scalp to create the appearance of hair follicles. It is primarily used as a solution for individuals experiencing hair loss, particularly those with a Norwood scale classification of 3 to 5.

The Norwood scale is a classification system used to categorize male pattern baldness. It ranges from Stage 1, which represents no hair loss, to Stage 7, which indicates significant hair loss with only a horseshoe-shaped fringe of hair remaining.

In the case of partial Norwood SMP, the procedure is targeted to specific areas of hair loss rather than covering the entire scalp. This can include the hairline, temples, crown, or any other region with noticeable thinning or balding.


Spot treatment SMP refers to a specific application of the SMP technique in targeted areas where hair loss is localized or more pronounced. It is typically used to address specific areas of concern, such as bald patches, scars, or areas with thinning hair.

Spot treatment SMP offers several benefits. It can create the illusion of thicker hair, camouflage visible scars, and restore a more natural hairline. The results are long-lasting, and with proper care and maintenance, SMP can retain its appearance for several years.

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