Hollywood celebrities still wearing toupees or undergoing botched up hair transplants they will be happy to know that there is another option, in the form of scalp pigmentation that has been introduced in the States by hair loss specialists HIS Hair.
Actor Jeremy Piven's hair transplant scar
HIS Hair launched an LA and
clinic in late 2011, where they have trained practitioners that perform MHT® scalp pigmentation, which might be a great solution for “Entourage” star, Jeremy Piven who has a large hair transplant scar on the back of his head, and has often been reported of wearing a toupee to cover it up. New York
MHT®, short for Micro Hair Technique, is a specialist scalp pigmentation treatment that creates a natural looking simulation of micro hairs on the scalp, creating the appearance of a short cropped hair style. MHT® scalp pigmentation procedure, not only disguises early signs of hair loss, camouflages male pattern baldness and receding hair lines, it also provides great coverage for scars on the scalp, many of which occur from hair transplant procedures. Hair transplants involve taking grafts containing hair follicles genetically resistant to balding and transplanting them to the bald scalp. However, the reality of hair replacement systems and hair transplants are far from perfect, despite them being the most publicised options for hair loss. Many people leave clinics with poorly finished treatments and noticeable scarring, which lowers their self esteem even further than before.
Most men are unaware of the risks associated with hair transplants and so believe that any scarring incurred is a permanent disfigurement they will have to live with, but as the pictures below show, that is not the case.
Hair transplant scarring before MHT®...
HIS Hair already boasts four clinics in the HIS Hair transplant scarring after MHT®...
HIS Hair transplant scarring after MHT®...
The LA clinic is based in Suites 1 & 3,
10687 Santa Monica Boulevard, California, 90025
clinic is located on: 10th Floor, New York 101 5th Avenue, (Between 17th & 18th Streets), NYC, 10003
Further clinic openings are planned in Chicago,
and Seattle in 2012. Miami