Dermopigmentation of the hair or tattoo of the scalp
Dermopigmentation or medical tattooing can be advocated both for a restorative and aesthetic effect.
This simple process must nevertheless follow the very strict rules of use. The asepsis of the material and the quality of the pigmentation used are essential elements.
The micropigmentation of the scalp or tattoo of the scalp makes it possible to densify bald areas by creating a hair-like effect that matches the patient’s hair.
Results before / after
Tattooing is a quick and painless procedure which involves the direct application of the EMLA anesthetic cream three to four hours prior to the procedure.
To dye the scalp’s surface, it is preferable to use needles with several points. To draw the stems of hair or hair itself, the tip of the needle is better suited.
Hair pigments introduced by micro dots into the scalp will attempt to mimic the appearance of the bulb. This will create an illusion of density.
Typically it takes two to three sessions of approximately two hours in duration.
The results of this aesthetic medical dermopigmentation of the scalp will last 3 to 5 years depending on each person and the color of the pigments.
Indications for scalp micropigmentation: as part of androgenetic alopecia, one should never just use dermopigmentation as the first course of treatment.
Indications of micropigmentation for eyebrows: it is possible to, at first, lightly shade the area to be corrected with a needle with three points. The hair pattern is then refined with a single point needle.
The purpose of hair dermopigmentation
Dermopigmentation is an easy, innocuous, almost painless gesture that can be used most often as a complementary technique to reconstruct permanent alopecia.
Its apparent ease must not, nevertheless, underestimate a certain risk of asepsis, and particular technical and aesthetic rules.
Dermopigmentation of hair is most often performed to correct bald surfaces already treated with a hair transplant.
Dermopigmentation of the scalp allows the dermatologist to mask most scars that are entirely healed.