Alopecia is defined as any type of balding. There are many forms of alopecia. Male pattern baldness is called androgenic alopecia and affects 80% of men worldwide. Alopecia areata is defined as patches of baldness on the scalp, which is an autoimmune disorder. Alopecia universalis is the complete loss of hair on the head. Traction Alopecia is the loss of hair due to strain over a long period of time like wearing your hair in a tight pony tail or the forces that hair extensions put on the hair that they are hanging from. About 60% of women worldwide suffer from some sort of traction alopecia!

With no cure in sight, alopecia comes with very deep psychological consequences. Men and women all over the world who suffer from this condition usually feel less confident than their peers. The acute and asymptomatic characteristics of alopecia give no warning signs as to when and where it will hit, making it a very difficult condition to deal with.

Most treatment options for alopecia are temporary or do not work. In a world where snake oils disguised as ?hair loss serums? is a multi-million dollar industry, many sufferers lose all faith and hope in treating their alopecia.

Scalp Micropigmentation is the front line of the battlefield that is the fight against alopecia. With our ability to provide the most permanent and natural looking solution, we know we can meet our clients expectations and provide them with the relief they have been long awaiting for!

How To Conceal Alopecia with Scalp Micropigmentation: The Permanent Solution At Scalp King, we follow an aggressive philosophy to combating alopecia that is caused by autoimmune disorder since patches of hair loss come and go. Instead of just filling in every patch that develops as time goes by, forcing the client in our chair far more often than necessary, we treat the entire scalp. In doing so, we give the client the confidence that if new patches arise, they are already concealed and camouflaged by SMP. This brings about the most effective solution to alopecia and changes the lives of our clients suffering from the condition.