Capillary Micropigmentation. Non-surgical alternative for post surgical scars and bald areas.

Micropigmentation, already used for various aesthetic indications, is now also being used to camouflage baldness fully, localized or to densify regions with low hair density. It has even become a powerful weapon to camouflage post-surgical or accidental scars, including scars on the scalp left by capillary transplants performed in the past. The technique is a non-surgical alternative, fast and economical when compared to hair restoration surgery.

It is a semi-permanent procedure (requires the need of retouching after 2 years of its execution) that disguises the baldness through the darkening of the scalp. For this, an implant of paints with combined colorations is made that artistically produces the illusion of hair, achieving a natural and aesthetic aspect post-realization, especially when looked at with a certain distance of the head.

The technique of capillary micropigmentation gained notoriety in Italy, where a professional of our clinic did specialization. When made with specific instruments, with an appropriate design, specially tested ink for pigmentation of the scalp and the number of points defined according to area and bioabsorbable pigments, it results in an imperceptible appearance on a daily basis and brings great transformation to the visual.

Micropigmentation can also be performed to reconstitute beards, mustaches, eyebrows, pubis and other hairy areas, as well as for lip contours, to hide unsightly cosmetic surgery scars on the breasts, face and other areas of the body.

The treatment of Capillary Micropigmentation can be considered progressive, and there is no definitive result in the first session. For a total result, the hair aesthetics specialist will need 3 sessions of the procedure, depending on the case, with the interval of up to one month between them, an essential time for skin healing, and then a new session for total camouflage of the skin. Bald area. Each session can last up to two hours, under local anesthesia or one by an intense action anesthetic film, making the procedure more comfortable.

After treatment, it is essential to respect all the recommendations of the expert: do not remove crusts, do not use soap, base, lotion, oil, ointment, moisturizing cream or any other improper product in the first days; Use saline and gauze for cleaning; Avoid sun exposure, steam, pool and beach. Post-healing, daily use the sunscreen on the scalp.