I received a few emails asking for more views of the Scalp Micro-Pigmentation (SMP) patient we featured last week. One specific request was to see what the scalp looked like immediately following a session. Here we go…
Going from left to right (click the photos to enlarge):
- First photo is his transplanted hair (before SMP). Keep in mind that he was a Norwood 6, so most of what you see there is transplanted (6900+ grafts). He wanted it to look even thicker and opted for SMP for this.
- Next photo is 2 weeks following the first SMP session.
- Last photo is immediately following his second SMP session. Patients are instructed to not wash their scalp for 3 days following a procedure. The pigment appears darker at this point than it will be once washed.
I’ll update this post in the next day or two with a photo of the patient after he’s washed his scalp.