What Are The Common Procedures For Concealing Scars With SMP?

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Scars from injuries, surgeries, or hair restoration operations can be concealed and blended into the scalp with Scalp Micropigmentation, making them nearly invisible. In this article, we will be taking a look at some of the things you need to know about scars, how SMP helps to reduce these scars and the procedures of concealing these scars with SMP.

What is a scar?

Scar forms as a result of the body’s normal process of mending and replacing injured or missing skin. Scar tissue is often made up of fibrous tissue. Scars can occur for several reasons, such as when a virus, surgery, injury, or swelling of the tissue causes it to heal improperly. Scars can form on any part of the body and have different characteristics depending on the cause.

Types of Scars?

These are the different types of scars that might need scalp micropigmentation to heal:

  • Keloid scars

These are clumps of scar tissue that form at the spot of a wound on the skin but extend past the wound’s borders due to their thick, toned, irregular shapes. They may be noticeably redder or darker than the usual skin around them.

  • Hypertrophic scars

Hypertrophic scars resemble keloid scars, but their formation is restricted to the area of the traditional skin defect rather than spreading outward. Redness is another possible trait of these scars, which also tend to be raised and thick.

  • Hypotrophic scars

Scars that develop from a loss of collagen, known as hypotrophic scars, are unsightly because of their depressed, frequently hyperpigmented appearance.

Common Procedures For Concealing Scars With SMP

Here are the common procedures for reducing and concealing scars using SMP:

  • Remodelling and reduction of scars

This is an important part of the scar micropigmentation process. If we try to inject colour into a scar, especially one with many knots or contact collagen, the pigment will spread and pull, producing an unsatisfactory outcome. The initial goal should be to minimize the height difference between the Scar and the surrounding area. Though it may take a while (weeks to months), this is an essential step to complete if you want the finest SMP outcomes.

  • Micropigmentation scar camouflage

After the scar reduction and remodelling process has been completed, or maybe you already have a depressed scar from an injury, surgery, or hair transplant, we can begin concealing the scar. Using the micropigmentation method, a large number of tiny coloured dots are implanted into the scar, blending it in with the rest of the hair. This gives the impression of a recent buzz cut or clean-shaven head of hair.

Bottom Line

These are the steps involved in concealing scars using SMP. This process is, however, best handled by professionals who have the experience and techniques to get you the results you are looking for. Nobody handles your scalp micropigmentation better than Folism scalp micropigmentation. You deserve the best, and we can help you get the best results allowing you to look exactly as you would want to.

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