Conceal Alopecia Areata successfully with Scalp Micropigmentation.
Scalp Tattoo - an effective cosmetic treatment for Alopecia Areata sufferers.
Alopecia Areata (AA)
Alopecia Areata is defined as a non-scarring, common autoimmune skin disease leading to loss of hair from the scalp or body. Scientists believe that the immune system mistakenly identifies hair follicles as a threat and attacks them. It can start at any age and range in severity. There are a few different types of Alopecia that may affect men and women. These range from mild to much more severe and have various symptoms and causes. Alopecia Areata usually starts with one or more round/oval coin-sized patches on the head (often the first affected site) or other hairy body areas (i.e. beard).
Depending on the degree of hair loss, Alopecia can be overwhelming. Addressing the psychological impact of this condition is crucial. It often causes severe emotional suffering, personal, work, and social-related issues. Extreme thinning of hair ignites a feeling of hopelessness and frustration, which quickly evolves into more severe cases of depression and low self-esteem. Given the insufficient acceptance of hair loss as a legitimate medical condition, most of the affected human benefit from Scalp Micropigmentation, a non-surgical and permanent hair restoration procedure.
Primary forms of Alopecia Areata
Alopecia Totalis (AT)
Alopecia Totalis is an advanced form of Alopecia Areata characterized by the complete loss of hair on the scalp. This unpredictable condition has no cure, but there are sometimes rare chances of alopecia areata resolving itself. Do not wait for bald spots to get larger and harder to hide. There is Scalp Micropigmentation, which can help. Pigments used by an SMP artist match scalp colour and, as a result, effectively conceal the scalp.
Alopecia Universalis (AU)
More advanced than Alopecia Totalis is Alopecia Universalis. This form of alopecia results in hair loss across the entire scalp, face (including eyebrows and eyelashes), and body. At Fliger Scalp Micropigmentation, we can successfully restore the appearance of hair in the affected clients. As hair tattoo experts in Bristol, we concentrate on addressing Alopecia Universalis affecting the scalp.
Traction alopecia is hair loss caused by hair being pulled in a certain way for a long time. It can happen to anyone who puts a repeated strain on their hair, for example, anyone who wears a ponytail, dreadlocks or braids every day. It can also occur when tight headwear is used in the same way every day. Although Traction Alopecia is not a medical concern, it can have adverse psychological effects. We can help to overcome the psychological impact of hair loss caused by Traction Alopecia. Results obtained by our hair tattoo clinic in Bristol ensure permanent scalp camouflage. The effects of our work play a pivotal role in getting confidence back. Click here and find out how hair micropigmentation can help you overcome the psychological effects of hair loss.
Scalp Micropigmentation for Alopecia Treatment
Alopecia Areata is a non-life-threatening condition but often has a remarkable impact on the quality of life. Micropigmentation for the scalp is an innovative treatment to conceal the visual appearance that hair-loss brings. During the procedure, a series of tiny dots implanted into the scalp successfully imitates hair follicles to create the look of just shaved hair or fuller hair. SMP fills the bolding areas with microdots to replicate the face of a shadow on your scalp. SMP procedures conducted in our Hair Restoration Clinic in Bristol have helped many of our clients tremendously. Our hair pigmentation treatments refill the hairline along with the self-esteem bank.
Because Alopecia Areata is an autoimmune disease, the skin can sometimes reject the pigment initially. Since we are an experienced hair restoration Clinic, we know how to bring happiness to everyone willing to undergo the hair tattooing process to treat Alopecia Areata. As everyones' case is different, we always prepare a customized treatment plan for every client. To assure the effectiveness of micropigmentation as a scalp camouflage, the treatment in some cases may require more sessions.
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