What is SMP?

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is one of the most advanced, non- invasive solutions and with guaranteed results for calving, any type of alopecia, and scalp scarring for both men and women. It is used and known all over the world, being considered the latest trend against hair loss.

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SMP for Men

The most common cause of common male baldness is on hormonal basis. The dihydrotestosterone (DHT), synthesized from testosterone,  acts on the follicles, causing the rate of growth to decrease and eventually stop it. This occurs only on certain hair follicles, which have a genetic predisposition to be stopped, usually located in the head of the head.

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SMP for Women

Studies show that over 4 million women suffer from hereditary hair loss in Romania.
And in many other cases hair begins to lose its density once the firmness of the hair is lost, becoming brittle, breaking easily. Thus, hair becomes thinner, scalp becomes visible and there are areas where hair is less dense.

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 Alopecia

Alopecia is a condition that can affect anyone – men, women, and children – and can have serious effects on the person’s life by its
sudden apparition and with no obvious causes. It is classified by severity, in other words how large the area on which hair has been
lost. Amongst the existing types of alopecia, the most common is alopecia areata.

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 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.

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 What is SMP?

Scalp Micropigmentation (SMP) is one of the most advanced, non- invasive solutions and with guaranteed results for calving, any type of alopecia, and scalp scarring for both men and women. It is used and known all over the world, being considered the latest trend against hair loss.

See more

SMP for Men

The most common cause of common male baldness is on hormonal basis. The dihydrotestosterone (DHT), synthesized from testosterone,  acts on the follicles, causing the rate of growth to decrease and eventually stop it. This occurs only on certain hair follicles, which have a genetic predisposition to be stopped, usually located in the head of the head.

See more

SMP for Women

Studies show that over 4 million women suffer from hereditary hair loss in Romania.
And in many other cases hair begins to lose its density once the firmness of the hair is lost, becoming brittle, breaking easily. Thus, hair becomes thinner, scalp becomes visible and there are areas where hair is less dense.

See more

 Alopecia

Alopecia is a condition that can affect anyone – men, women, and children – and can have serious effects on the person’s life by its
sudden apparition and with no obvious causes. It is classified by severity, in other words how large the area on which hair has been
lost. Amongst the existing types of alopecia, the most common is alopecia areata.

See more

 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.

See more

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