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Capillary Density Treatment

Get a density effect for your hair

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Service Description

Capillary Density Treatment 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 Capillary Density Treatment, 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. During the procedure, a skilled technician or practitioner uses a micro-needle or tattoo gun to deposit pigment into the upper dermis layer of the scalp. The pigment is selected to match the patient's natural hair color, and the technician creates tiny, realistic dots that resemble hair follicles. The purpose of partial Norwood SMP is to provide the illusion of a fuller head of hair by filling in the areas of thinning or baldness with the appearance of closely-cropped hair. It can help create a more defined hairline, add density to thinning areas, or blend the color of existing hair with the scalp. It's important to note that partial Norwood SMP is a non-surgical procedure, and it does not stimulate new hair growth. It is a cosmetic solution designed to improve the aesthetic appearance of the scalp. The results are typically long-lasting, although touch-up sessions may be required over time to maintain the desired look.

Contact Details

  • José Clemente Orozco 10093-1a, Zona Urbana Rio Tijuana, 22010 Tijuana, B.C., Mexico

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