Scalp Micropigmentation with Hair Loss
Male age 32 (at consultation)
Age of onset of hair loss – 27
32-year-old man was concerned about hair thinning due to pattern hair loss after previously having scalp micropigmentation, a scalp tattoo procedure to camouflage the effects of balding. The effects of progressive pattern hair loss made the small tattoos on his scalp more obvious.
Progressive pattern hair loss left a 32-year-old man with almost no hair coverage at this area of his hairline, making his scalp micropigmentation look obvious.
5 months after his TrichoStem™ Hair Regeneration treatment, where he was also prescribed finasteride, pictures were taken of his results. He was happy with his new hair growth at the frontal hairline, which was previously receding and unveiling his scalp micropigmentation.
One session of the TrichoStem™ Hair Regeneration treatment increased hair growth and thickened thinning hair at the hairline, making micropigmentation less noticeable, and greater hair density without surgery.