About half of the population will experience some form of hair loss by the age of 40 , with men beginning to lose their hair between the ages of 15 and 25 and women between the ages of 25 and 30. An important thing to note is that these ranges represent the onset of more severe/noticeable forms of hair loss, as hair loss/thinning are a natural process and occurs throughout the entire population at various levels.
For instance, Androgenetic Alopecia is an inherited form of hair loss that follows different patterns based on the gender of the individual. Men tend to lose hair starting at the font of the scalp, more specifically their hairline, temples as well as the top of the scalp – which may eventually lead to them losing all of their hair. Woman on the other hand generally lose less hair in comparison to men and they usually fall into three categories of hair loss; slight, moderate, and severe. In the case of woman suffering from a severe case of hair loss it is uncommon for them to lose all of their hair.
Hair loss or the various forms of Alopecia is a concern for men, woman and children. Treatments for hair loss include medications such as Propecia and Rogaine, hair transplants, hair systems and more recently Scalp Micropigmentation.
This is a cost estimate for client treatments depending on various factors that include:
1. Degree of hair loss
2. Size of area to be treated
3. Number of treatments
4. Condition of skin
There is a booking fee of $200 that is due when a date is set for the treatment to be done. We prefer that clients pay half of the full amount agreed upon at the first session. Then pay the remaining balance when you come back for the second.
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SMP for some men can be used for patients that would like to have a closely shaven , as they are conscious of the scars left behind by their previous hair transplant procedures.
SMP can also be referred to as a permanent cosmetic procedure and has increased in popularity over the last decade. The association of permanent make up with active lifestyles, beauty influencers from magazines, TV as well as in the medical industry has lead to an increase in the amount of people turning to SMP as a valid treatment .
Scalp micro pigmentation must not be confused with surgery , in fact; it’s a completely non-invasive procedure that applies small ink impressions placed on the scalp in such a way as to replicate the look of a fully shaved head. The goal here is that each and every single impression produces an individual hair follicle that is virtually indistinguishable, providing the patient with an attractive look.