What is

Scalp Micropigmentation?

Scalp Micropigmentation

Scalp Micropigmentation, better known as SMP is a non-surgical solution to hair loss. We provide this treatment for clients who are suffering from thinning of the hair, all forms of alopecia and male and female pattern baldness. SMP is also able to conceal, in a very natural way, scarring to the scalp, whether from a past hair transplant, accident or burns.

These treatments are normally achieved within three sessions however, this is based on each individual clients’ needs which are discussed during the consultation. We will restore and define your hairline, eliminate balding of the crown and are able to give you the illusion of a thicker, fuller head of hair.

Services

  • Thinning Hair

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  • Baldness

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  • SMP For Women

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  • Alopecia Areata

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  • SMP for scars

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Faq

Everything you need to know
about SMP

Q: What’s the cost?

The price will ultimately depend on how extensive your treatment is. Each client is treated as an individual at Defined Edge, therefore all this will be discussed during your free one to one consultation with us.

Q: How long should I expect my treatment sessions to take?

An average human head has a mind blowing 2000 hair follicles per square inch. On a head that is mainly bald it would usually take 3 hours per session and a minimum 3 sessions to achieve. Each session will normally be spaced out by at least 10 days. This allows the pigments that we have applied to settle down and for the redness on the scalp to ease, this normally happens 36 – 48 hours after each treatment.

We are a family run business.

Defined Edge

My name is Jamie Lawlor and I will be your Scalp Practitioner, qualified to an accredited level 4. (This is the highest level of qualification for SMP). I have had this treatment myself and was absolutely amazed by the results. My clients had various reasons for why they decided to have this treatment.

My journey was no different, I had always had short hair as a teenager and in to my young adult years,