Thinning Hair

Thinning Hair

Thinning hair or hair loss can occur in men or women, which can be temporary or permanent depending on many different factors.

Two-thirds of American men experience significant hair thinning by age 35, and by age 50, the percentage of men with significantly thinner hair increases to 85%. If you’re in this group or if you are a woman with thinning hair then Scalp Micropigmentation is an ideal solution to dramatically increase not only your hair’s perceived density, but also your overall level of confidence. If you don’t want to go for the closely shaved look, Scalp Micropigmentation increases fullness to your existing head of hair.

Thinning hair and losing hair can be a normal part of aging or may be due to other causes. Age also makes hair become finer.

A person may notice hair loss or thinning when looking in the mirror, such as a widening parting or receding hairline, seeing extra hairs on a comb or brush or changes in how your hairstyle usually looks on a day-to-day basis.

Hereditary or androgenic alopecia occurs most often in men and is more commonly known as “male pattern baldness.” Scalp Micropigmentation provides a long lasting, maintenance-free and affordable solution for male pattern baldness. Many other factors can cause or lead to thinning hair as well such as stress or emotional problems, cancer treatments, some hair styles, thyroid problems, pregnancy, medication, poor diet or aging.