Scars

Scalp or chin scars can be camouflaged by Scalp Micropigmentation, providing a natural look and a distinct difference, whether they have emerged from hair transplantation or from an accident.

Strip scars

A scar that has a linear appearance and usually extends from one side of the ear to the other, in the scalp area.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Scarring

Scars that appear as small white dots in the donor area. These scars are usually the least visible.

Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Scarring

Scars that appear as small white dots in the donor area. These scars are usually the least visible.

Plug Scaring

Scars left behind the use of an old hair transplant method. They are very large and grouped, located in the donor area.

Scar camouflage hair following hair transplantation can only be done after 12 months from surgery, to let the skin heal.

Any treatment and particularly that of scar camouflage should be done by specialists in the field and large background experience. Even though the intentions of the person trying to camouflage your scars are to help you, if this person is not specialized in offering this kind of service, the situation created may get worse, as you can see in the example below:

 

 

Experts in what we do

Our practitioner has extensive experience in scar camouflage, regardless of their degree of difficulty, by giving you a natural look.