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For best healed results we suggest the following aftercare instructions

FUT / FUE Scar Concealment


According to a survey carried out by the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery, with 87% male participants and 13% female participants, it was determined that in 2016 more than 635,000 Follicular Unit Transplantation (FUT) and Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant surgeries had been performed.

Most hair transplant scars are concealable with Scalp Micropigmentation.


The top photo is an FUE Hair Transplant Scar. 

The bottom photo is a FUT Hair Transplant Scar.


Both scars were quite visible before the treatment but were nearly undetectable after 2-3 sessions of SMP. 

The Scar Concealment Process


Concealing FUT or FUE hair transplant scars normally takes 2-3 sessions of SMP. Sessions should be spaced at least 10 days apart and touch-ups, if required, are done within 2 months of the final treatment.

There are several factors to take into consideration when concealing hair transplant scars. Each scar is unique and for that reason a consultation prior to undergoing treatment is required.