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DHI Direct MPG - Scalp Micropigmentation

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  • Direct Scalp Micropigmentation (60 minutes)

It is a new and innovative technique that offers an alternative density option for men and women who do not want or are not candidates for hair transplantation. DHI Direct MPG (scalp micropigmentation) is a new promising method for handling the appearance issue of alopecia or great hair loss areas. It is about dermopigmentation on the scalp, all over the hair loss area and in form of small spots, with a semi-permanent pigment in a colour that is similar to the one of the existing hairs.

Practically it is a kind of tattoo with the difference that it is applied in spots thus it mimics the short hairs on a closely shaved scalp. The purpose of this method is to present the illusion of high hair density when applied on a thinning hair scalp area, either if it is already treated with hair implantation or it is originally of a great hair loss.

The pigmented spots in-between the existing hairs (transplanted or original), helps to create the illusion of high hair density thus leads to a more satisfying appearance and a look of bold con‑dence. This is why the method is mainly very satisfying when the entire head is shaved.

The pigments are chosen to be non toxic or irritating to the human skin and the colours are custom made to match the one of the existing hairs. The micropigmentation tool is suitable for controlled depth of application so that a semi permanent result (at least for 2 years) can get achieved. The method is administered only by trained medical personnel and not by assistants.

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